MORLEY Police Station officer in charge Mo Livingston is reminding residents they can go to the station for any policing matter after it reopened last week.
The station on Coode Street was closed for nine months, with officers relocating to Mirrabooka Police Station, to allow for renovations.
The refurbished station reopened on Wednesday, October 15, providing more facility for officers as well as two extensions to the building to create more office space.
‘We are setting this station up as a local policing team,’ Senior Sergeant Livingston said.
‘We will have about 26 staff in the local policing team, we won’t be responding to emergency situations but we will be investigating incidents and providing community engagement.
‘The front door is now open and we welcome the community back here.’
Sen-Sgt Livingston said the station was also equipped to house more officers if necessary.
The station is open from 8am to 4pm weekdays, with Mirrabooka Police Station the closest 24 hour station.