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February 22, 2023

Welcome to the latest edition of the Officer Stations monthly newsletter! We hope to bring you a combination of information, insights and news focusing on the design and creation of new law enforcement and public safety facilities.

This spring, the annual Station Design Conference will be held May 22-25 at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark in St. Louis, Missouri. This newsletter includes an article about the Pre-conference One-on-1 session, as well as the opening of nominations for the fourth annual Officer Station Design Awards. If you are interested in receiving information on the conference or the OSDA program, email

Lastly, OFFICER Magazine Editor Paul Peluso and Officer Media Group Editorial Director Frank Borelli talked about the awards program on a recent episode of the Officer Roll Call Podcast. Check out all of these stories and more below.

The Officer Station Design Awards showcase new architectural designs of law enforcement stations and training facilities that represent the very best innovations in security and technology today.
On this episode of the Officer Roll Call Podcast, OFFICER Magazine Editor Paul Peluso and Officer Media Group Editorial Director Frank Borelli discuss the third annual Officer Station Design Awards (OSDA) program.
Attend the critically acclaimed Station Design Conference “1-on-One” Sessions with a team of nationally recognized fire station, law enforcement and public safety design Architects from around the country.
OFFICER Magazine is please to present the third annual Officer Station Design Awards (OSDA) featuring law enforcement and public safety facilities across the United States.
Since police divisions had operated separately for over twenty years, a primary goal of the Arkansas facility was to allow building design strategies to improve efficiency and...
The new Provo Public Safety & City Center in Utah is positioned on the main central downtown transportation artery and is anchored via a large civic plaza.
The Kissimmee Public Safety Training Facility in Florida is a 22,940-SF building that includes a 20-lane, 50-yard indoor firing range.
The Front Royal Police Department in Virginia wanted a facility that separated these many functions into spaces for those used daily and those used less frequently.
Plywood coverings were installed at the Portland Police Bureau's Central Precinct in June 2020 amid months of racial justice protests that left windows smashed and walls graff...
Atlanta and DeKalb County police SWAT teams, as well as the Georgia State Patrol and other agencies, were clearing the site of the controversial "Cop City" training center ahe...
The Carencro Police Department has outgrown its roughly 20-year-old, 3,000 square foot facility while trying to keep up with the city's growth and is starting working on a new...
A driver in a pickup truck smashed through “two sets of metal doors with bulletproof window panes” at the Grand Junction Police Department "in order to be heard," according to...