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Watch as new Exeter police HQ takes shape ahead of opening

Exeter Express and Echo Friday, 18 October 2019
The new police HQ will nclude a state-of-the-art custody suite that will provide 40 police cells and a new and improved public front desk and will replace the dilapidated Heavitree Road Police Station which is no longer fit-for-purpose.
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