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Lebanon adds Safe Exchange Zones for e-commerce

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The City of Lebanon and the Lebanon Police Department recently announced the implementation of Safe Exchange Zones, secured areas under 24-hour surveillance meant to provide a safe location for e-commerce exchanges.

Anyone who buys or sells items on the Internet is welcome to use either of the two sites, according to a news release issued by the LPD. The first zone is located at the Lebanon Police Department, located at 406 Tennessee Boulevard; however, gun sales or exchanges are prohibited at the LPD safe exchange zone. The city's second safe exchange zone, located at the Public Safety Emergency Services Unit at 1017 Sparta Pike, does allow for gun sales and exchanges.

"We encourage all who participate in e-commerce to utilize our safe exchange zone," LPD Public Information Office Cpl. PJ Hardy said.

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