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Where would police personnel and officers report to if their station was to be damaged or burned down?

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If this happened in a smaller department (that only has one station) there would normally be a plan for this. It may be set up temporarly at the village hall or somewhere else in the area. I've seen (small) departments work out of trailers during construction. The mayor would be informed and the men in that precinct would be relocated to other precincts.

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