Probation officers are requiring sex offenders on active probation to report to them during peak trick or treat hours from 6pm-9pm. Their goal: take away a sex offender's opportunity to offend. Officials know halloween is a primetime when kids will be out. Sex offender probation officer David Rodgers says having offenders in one place during this period allows officers to minimize the risk to children. While there, offenders will undergo the usual regimen of treatment and drug screens. Offenders who fail to show will face a judge and possible jail time. Residents we talked to support the practice.