LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — All of the officers and other personnel of the Las Cruces district of the New Mexico State Police can finally fit in the same place for a meeting.
The District Four staff has moved into a new $6 million facility with about four times as much space as the former facility that was built almost four decades ago.
The Las Cruces Sun-News (http://bit.ly/VYbjru ) reports that the old facility became too small around 1990, forcing some personnel to work at another location.
The new building houses investigation and patrol divisions and has a conference room that's large enough to serve as a crisis command post for the Office of Emergency Management.
The new facility has holding cells for prisoners and a gym for officers to use for physical fitness.