Law and spooktacular order.
These cops, and their animal friends, got into the Halloween spirit on Monday and over the weekend.
From Mounted Unit horses readying for trick-or-treaters to a badged storm trooper doing some paper work, the department really went all out.
Here are a few photos:
Police at the 78th Precinct in Brooklyn transformed the basement into a free haunted house, but don't worry, these scary clowns have now gone back behind bars. (Credit: Erika Clark)
"Who knew #stormtrooper did paperwork!" This photo, taken at the 78th Precinct in Brooklyn, shows that Halloween isn't all fun and games. (Credit: Erika Clark)
The NYPD's Animal Cruelty Investigation Squad asked "#WhoWoreItBest" as they tweeted out a photo of Elsa from "Frozen" and her doggy counterpart, wishing everyone a happy Halloween. (Credit: NYPD)
It seems POTUS was campaigning in the 5th Precinct in lower Manhattan on Monday. The precinct tweeted out he was last spotted on Elizabeth Street. (Credit: NYPD)
NYPD Special Ops tweeted on Oct. 31 that Henry, Patriot, and Teego -- horses from the department's Mounted Unit -- "pass the time bobbing for apples-waiting for the kids to #trickortreat." (Credit: NYPD)
Mounted Unit horse The Grey poses for a photo in anticipation of trick-or-treaters, the NYPD's Special Ops tweeted on Oct. 31. (Credit: NYPD)
NYPD officers in the 1st Precinct lent some authenticity to costumed jailbirds over the weekend: "They needed help getting into character. No problem," the precinct tweeted. (Credit: NYPD)
Is that Fred Flintstone or an NYPD officer? Head to the 100th Precinct in Rockaway, Queens to find out and nab some yabba-dabba-candy. (Credit: NYPD)