The new multi-million dollar Inverell police station project is officially complete and now operational.
As of 9am on Wednesday, operations commenced out of the new facility at 109 Otho Street, Inverell.
"All police services are being performed from the new facility with the temporary station in Campbell Street now being closed," Acting Inspector Cameron Paine said.
All contact phone numbers are the same.
Preparations are now in full swing for the official opening ceremony on Monday, May 17.
"More details will be provided closer to the date however the wonderful facility will be opened by the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, The Honourable David Elliott MP and the NSW Police Commissioner, Mr Michael Fuller APM," he said.
Retired and ex-policemen from Inverell were given the grand tour, with many describing the new station as "mind blowing".
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