Halloween passed quietly in the Kettering borough, with children egging a house in Rothwell one of very few incidents.
Officers patrolled the area and gave out sweets to well-behaved trick or treaters.
Police said the only incidents took place in Rothwell and Burton Latimer.
In Rothwell, youngsters were caught egging a home in Horsefair Lane while other youths were causing a nuisance in Moorfield Road.
In Burton Latimer, alcohol was confiscated from one person in the Churchill Way no-alcohol zone.
Elderly people’s homes were routinely visited and four Safer Community Team officers patrolled a large number of streets in Kettering as part of Operation Pumpkin.
PCSO Jayne Breeze, of Kettering Rural safer community team, said: “We were proactive in many of the rural areas and lots of trick and treaters were stopped and spoken to and given sweets.
“The parents thought it was a great idea following the talks we had done in local schools around Halloween safety.”