C.P.P.D. recommends children stay with an adult and wear reflective clothing if possible.
Lieutenant Chadd Griffin says drivers should also be aware of children trick-or-treating tomorrow night.
“When you’re operating a motor vehicle please be careful, realize that the hours between 5 and 9 at night on Halloween are the prime time for trick or treaters to be out. Drive a little slower, keep an eye out for kids crossing the road,” Griffin said.
If you’re unable to sport reflective clothing, Griffin suggests carrying flashlights or glow sticks so that drivers can easily see you.
NBC5 News reporter Mariah Mills is a Medford native. She graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor's Degree in journalism. She also minored in sociology. In school, she covered Oregon athletics for the student-run television station, Duck TV. When she's not reporting, she’s reading, hiking and rooting for her favorite teams, the Seattle Seahawks and the Oregon Ducks.