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Police facilities need to provide distinct parking for two separate groups - the general public on one hand, and law enforcement on the other. Parking for the public requires openness to create a welcoming and inviting approach to the facility. By contrast, parking for law enforcement and...

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Evidence is a key aspect of the criminal justice system, and how that evidence is handled can make or break a case. A secure and well-functioning evidence storage room, also called a property room, is critically important to the prosecution and defense of crimes. Continuing my series on best...

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Continuing my series on best design practices for police stations, let’s look at the first space, and likely the only space, most members of the public will use – the public lobby.

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In a previous blog, I wrote about police interrogation rooms, which are sometimes called secure interview rooms, and are used to meet with those in police custody. However, today’s police stations often contain another type of interview room called a witness or victim interview room. These...

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The information gathered in a police interrogation room – sometimes called a secure interview room or hard interview room– during an interrogation of a suspect is not just investigative or probative – it is also evidence. As such, great care should be taken in how that information is collected....

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