Susan Locke, left, hands her money to Michele Velleman as she buys a table in the “online safe zone” outside the police station in Georgetown, Mass., on July 13, 2015. Around the nation, in police department parking lots festooned with surveillance cameras, authorities are setting up an “online safe zones” where people meeting via Craigslist or buying goods via eBay can meet up without fear of assault or abduction.
Susan Locke, left, hands her money to Michele Velleman as she buys a table in the “online safe zone” outside the police station in Georgetown, Mass., on July 13, 2015. Around the nation, in police department parking lots festooned with surveillance cameras, authorities are setting up an “online safe zones” where people meeting via Craigslist or buying goods via eBay can meet up without fear of assault or abduction. Charles Krupa AP
Susan Locke, left, hands her money to Michele Velleman as she buys a table in the “online safe zone” outside the police station in Georgetown, Mass., on July 13, 2015. Around the nation, in police department parking lots festooned with surveillance cameras, authorities are setting up an “online safe zones” where people meeting via Craigslist or buying goods via eBay can meet up without fear of assault or abduction. Charles Krupa AP