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This session will explore the design of police stations as social centers within their communities, and the commensurate reinforcement of community-oriented policing policies. Utilizing current projects as case studies (including the 2012 JFR Citation-winning Ft. Worth Neighborhood Police Station) the panel will explore a range of solutions to achieving this synergy.#Presentations #LawEnforcementTrack #2012AAJConference #AcademyonArchitectureforJustice #Conferences
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