Police station

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A suburban police station in San Bruno, California

A police station is a building where police officers work. Other members of the law enforcement may work there as well. These buildings often contain offices and accommodation for staff. They also house equipment used by the police force, such as vehicles and weapons.

A small police station may have nothing apart from office space. Some police stations have cells for holding people who have been arrested. They may also have special rooms for interviewing people and rooms for storing evidence.

A police station is run by many officers. For it to work properly, all officers must have a sense of team work. That is why many officers are good team players.