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police station

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Police
police stationpoˈlice ˌstation ●●○ noun [countable]  SCPthe local office of the police in a town, part of a city etc
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police stationAnyone finding them should hand them in at a police station or to any officer he said.They had last gone through the pointless business in the visitors' room of a police station.Daley sat in the house, out of sight, but giving orders to the corner police station by phone.Phone calls to the local police station began a few minutes later.Inspector Brian Jaggs outside Braintree's new police station.That thought had occurred to me before I was hauled off to Southwold police station for the interrogation.We were kept in the police station for a couple of days and then we got remanded to Low Newton.
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