In Case of Emergency, Stop and Read This Door

I like the Hubbardston Police Department a lot. My family is on friendly terms with them (so far!) and I love the way they are involved in the community, volunteering their time to staff events and reaching out to the public. But there is one thing I don’t like about the HPD: their front door.

I visited the station on a day when they happened to be out. I was faced with a wall of instructions on how to contact someone in an emergency, what their regular hours were for that week, and arrows and signs telling me to press this and don’t touch that.

It was very, very confusing!

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