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SAPD To Offer Safe Zones So That Dude From Craigslist Won't Kill You 

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San Antonio, worry no more. SAPD may soon offer a comfortable place to meet all your 'Casual Encounter' needs.

Meeting for a Craigslist exchange can often be a scary experience, but meeting in a police department parking lot could eliminates that anxiety.

City Councilman Mike Gallagher has proposed a program listing several police substations throughout the city as 'safe zones' for anyone meeting up to make final transactions.

Gallagher explains, "They're [the police] always present at the stations. So, if they saw anything on camera or somebody made an emergency phone call or something like that, they could respond right there," KENS 5 reports.

If the city adopts the program, San Antonio would be the first in Texas to offer any options to the ever-increasing amount of individuals making internet deals. 


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