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The South Windsor Police Department needed to increase the storage capacity of their records department. They wanted a space efficient system, with room for future growth, and an aesthetically pleasing set up, as the area can be seen through a window in the building’s lobby. The solution was a MobileTrak®3 system equipped with 4Post™ shelving and drawers.
Relocating to a new facility left the Sandy Police Department of Sandy, OR, in need of a more consolidated and better-organized storage system in two different areas in their building. Their needs were specific: get the most storage out of the space allotted and do it within their budget.
During their move into a new building, the Watertown Police Department in Watertown, MA, found their current freestanding shelving to be less than adequate in storage capacity for their needs.
The City of Schenectady in New York is in the middle of economic growth, and as the city has grown, so has its police department.
With this growth and the everyday need to collect and store evidence and property, the Schenectady Police Department set out to find a long-term solution. The Police Department instituted a bar code system for all of its property and evidence. To build on this system and its current storage facility, the Department needed help in the planning, development, and installation of a comprehensive storage system.
During the renovation of their building, the Woodway Police Department on Woodway, TX, found that they needed a convenient place for their officers to store their personal belongings in their locker room area.
When the Palmyra Police Department’s facility was built in the 1990s, the men’s and women’s locker rooms were designed with school-type lockers that measured 12 inches wide by 12 inches deep. Over the years, this locker size became insufficient for storing each officer’s uniforms and law enforcement equipment. The Department wanted to replace the existing lockers and corresponding bench seats with a larger storage solution and new bench seating while staying within the existing space and room height.