There is only one interview room in which to question suspects. This room is not secure, and a suspect could gain access into areas where the public visits or staff works. In the case of multiple suspects, they must be held in administrative offices or the back of patrol cars with an officer present. This reduces the number of police we have on the streets.

Every work station has four police officers assigned to it. Parole officers who supervise offenders are meeting in hallways or the parking lot. Evidence rooms and weapons armories lack adequate security and are too small for the number of investigations and calls that occur each year. Community members also have requested improved kennel conditions for animal control.