Space Optimization & Organization
A Guide for Law Enforcement
Make a Big Impact with a Modest Investment
“The amount of evidence and equipment being stored continues to increase and the likelihood of a new building is slim. Many departments feel their space dwindling and are 5-10 years away from getting the funding for an expanded facility. Fortunately we can help with modest changes that can have a big impact on department’s storage woes until a new facility or expanded facility can get approved. Follow this guide to learn more about how we can help increase your storage, morale and much more within your department.”
Solutions for Immediate Needs
Almost every law enforcement agency has faced a situation similar to Capitol City PD’s challenge. You have pressing needs for more space and storage to keep gear and evidence secure, but a new facility is still years away. Luckily, there are plenty of updates and modifications that can help you make the best use of your current space while ensuring that your personnel can work efficiently. Plus, many of these upgrades can be completed in phases or even moved to a new facility in the future needs.
Temporary Evidence Lockers
Ensure that evidence is secure throughout the entire chain of custody and explore locker configurations designed for facilities with limited space.
Narcotics and Weapons
Keep narcotic and weapon evidence separate and secured under double-lock, even if you have a smaller inventory or limited storage space.
Personal Storage Lockers
Too much gear and not enough lockers for all of your personnel? See how tiered lockers, pull-out benches, and retrofitted drawers can provide the space you need without a major expansion or renovation.
Optimized Shelving Storage
Learn how you can get up to double the capacity in your evidence room by optimizing your shelving size and room configuration.
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