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|Organization type||Law enforcement|
|Leader||Patricia Roland |
(2007 - Apr. 6, 2019)
|Affiliated groups||Police department |
Criminal Affairs Department
Not shown: Visitor's room
|Entrance||Visitor's room |
Hallway (detention center)
|You know, Nick... We've all been in here one time or another, haven't we?|
|I guess it comes with the territory.|
The detention center is an institution used to hold criminal suspects and contains holding cells for this purpose. Visitors, usually close friends, relatives, or defense attorneys, can meet with suspects and prisoners in the visitor's room. One exit leads to the prison, while another leads to the administrative offices, including the warden's office.
- Main article: Holding cell
The main purpose of the detention center is to detain suspects temporarily, whether for a short sentence or while awaiting trial. The cells are monitored by guards and a security camera, though this surveillance is rather lacking and noteworthy events have occurred that have apparently gone unnoticed.
- Main article: Visitor's room
Visitations are conducted in a partitioned room. There are strict regulations in place for visitations, as well as surveillance by a security camera and a guard. However, regulations are often bent, mostly for the sake of defense attorneys and public officials. Nonetheless, the visitor's room is at least much better monitored than the holding cells.
- Main article: Hallway (detention center)
The detention center's hallway mainly contains lockers for the guards. The three doorways out of the detention center have security gates to secure the passage of people through the detention center. However, incoming packages undergo a simpler security check than people.
- Main article: Warden's office