- $25.3 million facility to improve emergency response and public safety
- Modern and sustainable design to provide efficient and effective workplace
- Scheduled for practical completion in late 2024
The Western Australian Police Force is set to benefit from a new purpose-built facility after the State Government confirmed the location of the Baldivis Police Station.
With room for 100 full-time staff, the building will incorporate a safe and contemporary custodial area plus dedicated spaces for alcohol testing, finger printing and evidence management.
Designed for optimum efficiency, the station includes extensive solar power capabilities, including battery storage and electric vehicle charging facilities, as well as native waterwise landscaping.
The $25.3 million station is being delivered simultaneously to the Forrestfield Police Station project and when completed will fulfill an election commitment.
Construction is set to commence in October this year with practical completion expected by late 2024.
Comments attributed to Reece Whitby MLA
The new Baldivis Police Station will better serve our community and fill the void between Rockingham and Mandurah, with both stations at capacity.
This will be a state-of-the-art facility with environmental features and a much-needed asset for such a fast-growing area.
I want to thank everyone involved in this project so far and I'm looking forward to seeing the first-class complex take shape.
Comments attributed to Police Minister Paul Papalia:
Designed with future population growth in mind, the Baldivis Police Station will improve public safety and ensure appropriate response times to emergencies well into the future.
The multi-million dollar complex will allow police to carry out their day-to-day duties in a more efficient and safe manner.
Practical competition is expected late next year, with the station likely to be operational by early 2025.
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