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July 14, 2005

Albany-- A month after Albany police opened the doors, the new law enforcement center was officially dedicated.

Thursday morning, Interim Police Chief Bob Boren and several former chiefs cut the blue ribbon, officially opening the new $14.5 million law enforcement center.

The three-story, 73,000 square foot building is at the corner of Washington and Oglethorpe.

"When they come in the door and go to their office, they have a smile on their face," said Interim Police Chief Bob Boren. "It's just such a tremendous difference and a better working atmosphere. They deserve it, and I'm proud for them," said Interim Chief Bob Boren.

Police have worked out of the new building for more than a month.

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