Georgia sheriff's office placing 'No Trick Or Treat' signs

Sheriff Gary Long said deputies in his county are doing anything they can to keep kids safe. They have started placing 'No Trick Or Treat' yard signs in front of registered sex offenders homes in their county. On a Facebook post that has gotten a lot of attention the sheriff wrote: 

"As Sheriff, there is nothing more important to me than the safety of your children. This Halloween, my office has placed signs in front of every registered sex offender's house to notify the public that it's a house to avoid. Georgia law forbids registered sex offenders from participating in Halloween, to include decorations on their property. With the Halloween on the square not taking place this year, I fully expect the neighborhoods to be very active with children trick-or-treating. Make sure to avoid houses which are marked with the attached posted signs in front of their residents. I hope you and your children have a safe and enjoyable Halloween. It is an honor and privilege to serve as your sheriff. " Here's the facebook post

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