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SimCity (2013) City Buildings: Police Station Reference Guide

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03/15/13

City Buildings - Police Station Reference Guide

Criminals enjoy robbing shops blind, embezzling funds, and setting fires, which are all terrible things for a budding city. The trouble is that the longer criminals are out there, the more brazen they become and the harder and longer they are to be rehabilitated.

That's where the police comes in. Patrol cars can stop criminals in their tracks and ensure that criminals are processed and reenter society well-behaved. On your part, you can prevent criminals from every appearing by making sure that young Sims get an education, getting rid of abandoned buildings, and providing enough jobs so that people don't resort to crime to pay the bills.

Name Description Prerequisites Max. Modules Cost Hourly Cost
Police Station Patrol cars respond to crimes in progress and arrest the criminals, if they can catch them! Police bring arrested criminals to the station to be rehabilitated in jail cells. The Police Station suppresses crime nearby. Jail Cells: 10. Patrol Cars: 2. Patrol Rate: Every 60 minutes. Town Hall N/A $30,000 $400
Police Station Flagpole Every police station needs this to show their patriotism! Police Station 1 $20 None
Police Station Sign Criminals are a superstitious, cowardly lot. Strike fear into their hearts. Police Station 1 $200 None
Patrol Car Lot Increase your police presence with extra patrol cars. Patrol Cars: 2. Patrol Rate: Every 60 minutes. Police Station 4 $10,000 $225
Jail Cells (Ground Floor) Meager accommodations for criminals. Criminals are rehabilitated after several days. Must be plopped on the ground. Jail Cells: 15. Police Station 4 $15,000 $300
Jail Cells (Top Floor) Meager accomodations for criminals. Criminals are rehabilitated after several days. Cannot be plopped directly on the ground. Jail Cells: 15. Police Station 4 $15,000 $300
Police Precinct If "Police State" were an amusement park, the Police Precinct would be the fun house. More than just a big police station, the precinct has more jail cells, more patrol cars, and can be outfitted with advanced crime-fighting modules. Jail Cells: 50. Patrol Cars: 4. Patrol Rate: Every 30 minutes. City Hall, Department of Safety N/A $95,000 $1,700
Police Precinct Sign If you miss the search light and huge antenna, this helps you find the Police Precinct. Police Precinct 1 $200 None
Police Dispatch Tower The father your signal goes, the better. Use the Police Precinct Dispatch Tower to help your patrol cars respond to crimes in progress instantly. Response Time: Instant! Police Precinct 1 $10,000 $525
Patrol Car Lot Beef up your police force with more patrol cars! Getting more cops on the beat will help prevent more crimes and arrest more criminals. Patrol Cars: 6. Patrol Rate: Every 30 minutes. Police Precinct 4 $15,000 $600
Jail Cells (Ground Floor) This top-of-the-line cell block has electric locking doors, security cameras, and room for more hardened criminals. Welcome to the future! Must be plopped on the ground. Jail Cells: 70. Police Precinct 4 $22,000 $700
Jail Cells (Top Floor) This top-of-the-line cell block has electric locking doors, security cameras, and room for more hardened criminals. Welcome to the future! Cannot be plopped directly on the ground. Jail Cells: 70. Police Precinct 4 $22,000 $700
Crime Prevention Center Take a pro-active approach to crime fighting by sending officers to schools, parks, and more to teach kids the value of taking the fight out of crime. Police Precinct 4 $30,000 $400
Detective Wing While patrol cars can arrest criminals committing crimes, you need detectives to investigate criminals at large. Detectives will park their surveillance car outside the homes of criminals at large and arrest them. Police Precinct, University with Law School, Complete Research Project at University 4 $60,000 $750
Police Helipad We can keep our authoritative eye in the sky on these do-bad criminals. Holds one helicopter. Police Precinct, Airport in city or region 4 $20,000 $750

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