Bought something on the Web and now want to trade it for something that you really need? The Hawkesbury Police Services Board and the Hawkesbury OPP detachment announce the official launch of a joint project, the Safe Trade Zone, with details on how the program will work available during a media session Friday morning.
Bought something on the Web and now want to trade it for something that you really need? The Hawkesbury Police Services Board and the Hawkesbury OPP detachment announce the official launch of a joint project, the Safe Trade Zone, with details on how the program will work available during a media session Friday morning.

Safe Trade Zone launches Friday

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The launch of the Safe Trade Zone project is this Friday at the Hawkesbury OPP detachment.

Almost everyone at some time now has bought something online either from Amazon or some other commercial website. Sometimes the item does not live up to expectations and trying to return it through the online service is more trouble and expense than the item is worth.

The Hawkesbury Police Services Board and the Hawkesbury OPP detachment announce the launch of the Safe Trade Zone project, a new community service. The goal is to provide a safe site where people can exchange items they bought online.

The official launch of the project is October 30, during a media information session at the detachment, which coincides also with the launch of the annual Crime Prevention Week campaign during the first week of November. Details on how the Safe Trade Zone program will work will be published at a later date.