Curbed—Can architects design better police stations?

New ideas aim to help cops and the community engage in creative, constructive ways

The design of a police station only addresses a portion of the important issues impacting police and community relationships. But as the physical embodiment of neighborhood safety, it can certainly set the tone. But a number of architects are re-examining how these buildings can impact community relations, advancing new concepts for police stations that create better spaces for law enforcement and locals.

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