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Brown County adds 2nd child exchange zone

It's a safe place for divorced or separated families

7:17 AM, Feb. 25, 2013
Brown County Sheriff's Lt. Kevin Wickman monitors the child-exchange zone at the sheriff's office in Bellevue. The zone, which is under video surveillance, provides a safe locations for parents who are divorced or separated to exchange children before and after visits.
Brown County Sheriff's Lt. Kevin Wickman monitors the child-exchange zone at the sheriff's office in Bellevue. The zone, which is under video surveillance, provides a safe locations for parents who are divorced or separated to exchange children before and after visits.
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Brown County has added a second "safe zone" for divorced and separated parents to exchange children and more may be coming.

Encouraged by the response to the child-exchange area it created at its Bellevue facility in November, the sheriff's department has opened a second exchange zone at the Suamico Municipal Services Center.

The department has not compiled statistics on the number of parents exchanging children in those locations, but that is planned for the spring. Anecdotal evidence shows they are reducing the number of calls for police intervention at the beginnings and ends of ...

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