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Support Facilities

facility is severely deficient in meeting the Department’s needs. The replacement District 2 MTPD substation will accommodate officer training, administrative functions, crime scene search tech- nicians, evidence storage, police interview rooms, locker rooms and restroom facilities. MTPD Districts

Plans also call for replacing MTPD’s Special Operations Division facility with a permanent 9,000 sq. ft. build- ing. The Special Operations Division handles the many special events that impact Metro, responds to bomb threats and suspicious packages, ad- dresses robberies on the bus and rail systems, among many other respon- sibilities. The following MTPD units are assigned to the Special Opera- tions Division: the Special Response Team, the Transit Anti-Crime Team, the Auto Theft Unit, K-9 Teams, the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Team, and the Motorcycle Unit. The original design of this facility was to provide office space for MTPD’s ca- nine unit which consisted of fourteen members. Now, over 67 members are assigned to the Special Operations Division and are forced to operate out of a trailer. The new Special Operations Division facility will provide the appropriate amount of space necessary for officers to carry out their work. District I N

District II

Police Facilities includes the following CNI projects:

CNI Project CNI 101: Police Substation - New District 2 CNI 106: Special Operations Division Facility Total

Total (YOE, $ Millions) $12.1 $9.0 $21.1

Investment Category: Performance 59

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