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Abandoned Police Precinct

Highland Park, Michigan

The city of Highland Park has had a troubled past. The enclave (it is completely surrounded by the city of Detroit) was once home to nearly 60,000 people, but it's estimated 2007 population is just 14,709. Amid financial trouble in the 1990's, the city closed the police department and relied upon Detroit for services. When the Highland Park Police Department was reinstated in 2007, this station was not utilized. It is clear the building was closed in a hurry, and never looked back upon.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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An abandoned courthouse across the street from the police station.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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This building has quickly decayed over 10 years.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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Second floor administration area, littered with old police reports.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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Jail cells.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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Stairs to the administrative offices.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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Exterior of the abandoned precinct.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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Exterior of the abandoned precinct.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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An abandoned fire station is next door to the courthouse.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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Highland Park Public Safety.

Highland Park Police Precinct
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Exterior of the abandoned courthouse and fire station

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