Cops, Kids, and Candy: Coral Springs Police Provides a Safe Halloween Alternative

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By Tim Priester

Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on many of the activities that children love, however, Coral Springs Police, FOP Lodge 87, and the city are trying to put a new spin on Halloween to give “Trick or Treaters” a safe way to celebrate.

Paul  Kempinski, vice president of the FOP Lodge 87, said they felt that some families and residents might feel uncomfortable with traditional trick-or-treating, and added this event was an excellent opportunity for children to safely trick-or-treat without leaving their parents’ vehicles.”

Held on Saturday, October 31, 2020, from 5:30 pm until 7:30, p.m. Coral Springs city staff and members of the CSPD will be passing out candy to residents meandering through the various Halloween stations that will align the first floor of the parking garage, located at 9500 W. Sample Rd.

In fact, according to Kempinski, not only will the parking garage be transformed into various Halloween scenes, even some of the police cars will be decked out in holiday decor to help make it a special night for all involved.

So whether families are not doing any other form of trick-or-treating or want to drive through supplementing their current Halloween plans, this event is a safe place for all the little ghouls and boys this Halloween.

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