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Godwin's Hollow Police Department
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After the fire of 1903 that basically destroyed the city of Williamsburg the county seat and eventually the capital was relocated to Godwin's Hollow. Prior to 1903 the city fell under the jurisdiction of the county sheriff's office but as the new capital it was evident that a city police department would be needed. Thus was born the GHPD.
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As you can see the GHPD is a fairly large facility. The roof top houses the local police helipad and refueling station as well as small control station and communications tower. Upstairs is used primarily for incarceration, interrogation, and investigation. Downstairs the fine detectives of the GHPD work tirelessly to keep our city streets safe. Outside there is ample parking for squad cars, police motorcycles, and even a kennel for the GHPD's K9 force. Once the department picked up the mobile command center the north wing of the building was converted into a garage for the police station on wheels.

The main entrance to department and parking for a few of the GHPD's vehicles.

The side of the building that was converted for use as a garage for the mobile command center.

The south side of the building where most of the department's other vehicles reside.

A young officer grooming his K9 partner around the backside of the building.

The kennel. Looks like the fine canine officers of the GHPD may have themselves a cat burglar pinned in the corner of the kennel!

Moving up to the roof we find the helipad's control tower.

Looks like one of Godwin's Hollow's district attorneys got a ride over from city hall.

Rooftop accouterments - AC unit, fuel tanks, fire extinguishers.

Comm tower for keeping the department connected across the entire city.

Top down on the second floor.

The interrogation rooms. Stereotypical high wattage overhead lights, microphones, two way mirrors, and an observation room between equipped with recording devices.

One of the department's lead detectives watching the interview in session.

This guy just isn't taking his situation very seriously...

Looks like we've got a little 'good cop/bad cop' scenario playing out here...

Across the hall from interrogations is forensics.

The department's lead forensic investigator is trying to identify a mysterious substance found at a recent crime scene.

One of the technicians uses some of the specialized lab equipment...

A detective makes personal observations while the equipment in the background autonomously scans evidence for clues...

The line up room where victims and witnesses can identify the perps...

From left to right - the witness, the DA, and a local officer giving directions to the line-up...

A Corrections Officer directing traffic on the other side of the mirror...

Visitation room for those already locked up...

One of the GHPD's inmates talking to his attorney. The appeal isn't going well...

A GHPD jail cell. Fairly spacious all things considered...

Corrections office.

Evidence locker. Looks like lots of good stuff locked up in there.

Top down view of the ground floor.

Main lobby area. Feel free to wait here until an officer can help you.

Front desk staffed by the always necessary front desk sergeant.

Break area. Grab a cup of coffee, fresh pastry, whatever you need.

Main floor office. The hard working officers of the GHPD diligently filing paperwork!

Same area from a different angle...

An officer preparing to go out on patrol...

The armory...

An officer checking his weapon back in after a recent operation...

Updating a hard-case's mug shot after a recent arrest in central booking...

Camera, fingerprint scanner, booking PC, and other assorted hardware...

Equipment locker in the garage...

The mobile command post, tool storage, and equipment locker...

The GHPD on the street in Godwin's Hollow. The GHFD is at the opposite end of the street and around the corner is Mercy General Hospital.

The obligatory cop and donut joke...


  January 26, 2014
very, very nice, i love the csi lab and the cell block and the garage for the recon truck. this whole creation is impressive, very nice attention to detail, keep up the good work.
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  August 19, 2013
amasing police station!
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  July 16, 2013
your police station is so complete it s mesmerizing! congratulations!
  June 13, 2013
Amazing details! some custom vehicles to match would be nice, but great design regardless.
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  May 26, 2013
This looks like fun. And some great detail in there, although I couldn't find any stairs connecting the floors. I guess the answer to the question of how they walk between floors is that pigs might fly? ;-)
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  November 24, 2012
You really put in a lot of thought (and detail) as to the use of each room. Well done.
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  September 29, 2012
Impressive office! The dark orange/brown interior walls are neat as well. I also like the "bay window" style for the nearby restaurant!
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  September 7, 2012
Great building Stewart, this is really fantastic! I love all the rooms and details right down to the box of donuts! The kennel is also a nice idea.
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  September 4, 2012
just so great
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  August 29, 2012
I can't believe no one has said anything about the color! Very nice choice. It really fits the police station you built. Your details are impeccable as well. (Have you considered hidden Easter eggs, little jokes in all those details?) Very nice build.
Stewart & Sydney Godwin
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Chris Melby
  August 28, 2012
Absolutely top shelf stuff here! Great design and function, and style to boot! Z
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  August 28, 2012
Double double wow! So much detail and so much fun, I bet you had a blast coming up with it all. My only comment is in my sleepy little town the local police station's front desk is behind a bullet proof screen and one way doors. Guess you can never be too careful! Did I mention WOW?!
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  August 28, 2012
Absolutely brilliant, and very well done! The details are superb, and I especially like that forensics lab. Nice figures to boot!
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  August 28, 2012
Very well done!
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  August 28, 2012
An absolute brilliant Moc. Love every detail of this fantastic build modern police department. The stuff and the detail in every room is excellent! Great work
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  August 28, 2012
This is an outstanding MOC, i love seeing large scale and lots of detail, for minifig scale its wonderful, and best of all it looks fun to play with.
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  August 28, 2012
excellent work love all the details on the csi thing you could use pink floyd`s brick in the wall lol
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  August 28, 2012
Thank you all for the very generous comments. This has been one of the most fun buildings we've put together. We're especially glad to see the forensics lab has been a hit! We also just posted up our city hall which we think has some nice details too.
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  August 28, 2012
Excellent! Looks like you've got all the makings of your own CSI spinoff! Now you just need to choose a Who song for the theme ;)
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  August 28, 2012
All kinds of nifty stuff, details, eye candy! Lucky police dogs that have their very own kitty to! :)
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  August 28, 2012
Wow, one of the best police headquarters on the pages, lots of details! I like how you garaged the police truck. The building design shows a lot of thought and attention, well done!
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  August 28, 2012
This is amazing! I love all the little architectural details you've put in this. You've definitely put a lot of work into this. Good job
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  August 28, 2012
Wow! It's a fantastic building! And the interior is very good and detailed! Great work!
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  August 28, 2012
speechless.super that the truck fits in the much detail.
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  August 28, 2012
Words can not describe how amazing this police station is compared to LEGO. I love the detail as always the offices/jail/garage for the mobile command center. The colours you use like the contrast of blue, light blue works really well, the window detail is great. I love Godwin Hollow...
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  August 28, 2012
Absolutely amazing job!!! Your an amazing builder, you use amazing techniques to get a huge amount of detail. Keep it up!
By Stewart & Sydney Godwin
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