MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA—On Saturday, in the presence of area dignitaries, the local police department opened up a new substation in the neighborhood of Belle Haven, just a short block down the street from Facebook’s massive corporate headquarters. This is no ordinary police station. Its renovation, rent, and one officer’s salary have been substantially paid for by Facebook, to the tune of $600,000 over the next two years.

Our story of this police station opening is here, what follows is a picture gallery of the new substation.

Cyrus Farivar

This is the nerve center of the new Belle Haven substation in Menlo Park.

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