Islington Police Station set to reopen to the public after refurbishment
- Credit: met
The revamped front counter at Islington Police Station is re-opening to the public at the end of the month.
The 24-hour counter in Tolpuddle Street where people can report crimes in person has been closed since the start of September for refurbishment work to take place.
When it re-opens on November 30, the temporary front counter at Holloway Police Station in Hornsey Road will close.
A spokesperson for Scotland Yard said: “The refurbishment work was carried out to create a more modern facility which will meet the demands of 21st century policing.
“It will also reduce the running costs of the estate.”
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The public can also contact the police online at www.met.police.uk
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