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Helena Police Department completes move into new office

Helena Police Department completes move into new office

Old Blue Cross building

The city and county are purchasing both wings of the former Blue Cross Blue Shield building for their new law enforcement offices.

The Helena Police Department is now operating out of its new office on Fuller Avenue, with the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Office soon to follow. 

The police department moved its administration and criminal investigations staff into the new Law and Justice Center at 406 Fuller Ave. a few days ago. As of today, all police department services are being provided at this location. 

"This includes records, prescription drug drop box, found property retrieval, patrol services, etc.," Assistant Chief Steve Hagen said in an announcement. "All listed phone numbers for the police department will remain the same. Please be patient during our move as it is a major undertaking and some non-emergency services may take slightly longer than normal."

The Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Office will be fully moved into the Law and Justice Center by the end of this week, according to Sheriff Leo Dutton. The sheriff's office phone numbers will remain the same.

Both agencies are moving out of the Law Enforcement Center on Breckenridge Street so it can be fully renovated into jail space as approved by county voters in 2016. 


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