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New Police Headquarters
Nov. 15, 2003
Open House

First Permanent Home Since Dec. 1, 2001 Fire
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The Collinsville Police moved to their new home (above) about Oct. 7, 2003. In 1969 the building was constructed to serve as Collinsville's Post Office (right). The Post Office is now located across the intersection of 11th & Center.
The Collinsville Police Dispatch office is shown above with the 911 computers and other computers for logging events and checking vehicle and licence information in nationwide databases.
Work areas for the police officers ...
Police Chief Charlie Annis conducts a tour of the new police facilities for City Commissioner Pam Porter.

The office above is the chief's office. Chief Annis stated that all of the furniture in the building was made at one of the many prison facilities in Oklahoma (Hominy, Lexington, OKC, and Stringtown for example) by prisoners.

The building has an interview room and evidence room, but no holding facility. Prisoners are still transported to Owasso. The Chief indicated that in the future, prefab jail cells could be adjoined to the existing facility.