Police make the move to new headquarters
THE States police inquiry desk at Rouge Bouillon will close for the final time tonight ahead of the force's move to its new £24 million headquarters on Route du Fort.
Doors for the reception at the police's home for the last 66 years will close at 8 pm. The new reception will open at 8 am tomorrow.
Various departments within the States police, which were previously spread across four sites, will gradually move across to their new premises over the coming weeks.
The force have been based at the former Town Arsenal at Rouge Bouillon since 1951. In 1967 the headquarters was expanded and officially reopened by the then Lieutenant-Governor, Vice-Admiral Sir Michael Villiers.
The new reception centre will be open between 8 am and 8 pm seven days a week. An intercom has been placed on the outside of the building so that officers can be contacted out of hours.
Four dedicated visitor parking spaces will also be provided at the eastern end of Snow Hill car park. Paycards are required to park there.
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