Deluxe Police Station

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Lot Stats
Department
Lot Size 3x4
Plop Cost §1,200
Monthly Cost §300 (§350 - §0)
Bulldoze Cost §70
Police Protection 350 over 685 tiles
Number of Cars 6
Number of Helicopters 1
Number of Jail Cells 75
Fire Stage 4
Flammability 40
Power Consumed 5 MWh/Month
Water Consumed 7 m3/Month
Power Produced 1 MWh/Month
Air Pollution 1 over 2 tiles
Water Pollution 1 over 3 tiles
Garbage Pollution 14 over 0 tiles
UDI Vehicles Unlocked Police Car
Police Van
Police Helicopter
Ploppable Lot
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General Information
Credits Author: Maxis

The Deluxe Police Station is a Civic Building that provides Police Protection for your Sims that was added in the Rush Hour Expansion Pack.

Police Stations reduce crime by a variable amount dependent on their funding over a variable radius which can be adjusted using the Vehicle Funding slider in the building's Query Panel up until there are no more unused jail cells.

The Deluxe Police Station is the most expensive and effective Crime-fighting solution in SimCity 4 Rush Hour/Deluxe, with an increased monthly cost, more dispatchable cars, a stronger crime-deterring effect, a wider coverage area, the most on-site cells outside of the Jail. All that and it's the only way the coolest thing ever. A POLICE HELICOPTER! Well, it's the coolest thing ever according to Neil Fairbanks.

It is positioned above the Large Police Station in Crime-fighting power and facilities with no other Police Station surpassing it. However, the Jail can hold more criminals at the cost of no local crime-fighting effect or dispatchable vehicles.

Contents

Unlock Requirements

Main article: Tutorial:How to get Maxis Rewards

Gameplay

  • Combined Residential, Commercial and Industrial population of 41,000 Sims

U Drive It Missions

Complete the missions:

  • Police Car Mission: Catch the Robbers
  • Police Car Mission: On the Trail
  • Police Car Mission: Disturbance Reported
  • Police Car Mission: Carjacking

Bugs

It produces electricity. It probably should not do that.

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