New Ballajura Police Station opens its doors
Another major election commitment delivered
Part of 19 new and major refurbished stations to open since 2008
The Liberal National Government has delivered another major election commitment by opening the doors to the new Ballajura Police Station, one of many new and refurbished stations opened across the State.
Acting Premier and Police Minister Liza Harvey said the safety and security of Ballajura residents was a high priority for the State Government.
"With this new station, the Ballajura Local Policing Teams will have a greater presence in the community and continue their great work addressing the issues that matter to residents," Ms Harvey said.
The Acting Premier said the new station could accommodate up to 40 officers and had been constructed to increase capacity for future growth.
"The new facility includes office and meeting areas, charge and interview rooms for processing detainees, storage, a staff amenities room, gymnasium and locker facilities," she said.
"This project not only reflects the Government's commitment to law and order for the residents in the Ballajura area, but has been replicated all over Western Australia where new and refurbished stations have been constructed for our police officers."
Ms Harvey said since 2013, new and refurbished stations had been opened at:
- Cockburn Central Police Station (new station)
- Carnarvon Justice Complex (new station)
- Mundijong Police Station (new station)
- Eucla Police Station (new station)
- Augusta Police Station (new station)
- Waroona Police Station (new station)
- Yalgoo Police Station (new station)
- Three Springs Police Station (major refurbishment)
- Margaret River Police Station (major refurbishment).
"We are dedicated to making communities safer through tough laws and providing police with the tools they need to combat crime and anti-social behaviour," the Acting Premier said.
Ballajura Police Station cost under $9 million
Since 2008, the Liberal National Government has spent almost $400 million building and upgrading stations across the State
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