Built in 2000, the new Abingdon Police Station was designed and built to include a 13-cell custody suite, providing a base for an areas headquarters.
In addition to the 13-cell custody suite, the facility comprises a 24/7 operational control room, a section station and traffic base for the Thames Valley Police Authority. Operations commenced at the end of construction in April 2000.
In 2011, a further 17 custody cells were constructed, as part of a project variation. The concession will expire April 2030 unless the Authority exercises its option to extend.
Revenues are availability-based and paid by Thames Valley Police Authority.
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