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A '''police station''' is a building which serves to accommodate [[police]] officers and other members of staff. These buildings often contain offices and accommodation for personnel and vehicles, along with [[locker room]]s, temporary holding cells, and interview/interrogation rooms.
 
In some countries, [[judicial corporal punishment]] is administered in police stations, usually on [[juvenile]] offenders. This was the case for the administration of [[birching]] of boys in the [[United Kingdom]] until 1948.
 
In the [[Isle of Man]] up to 1976, boys and young men were birched in the police station adjoining the court immediately after sentence, except where the sentence also included imprisonment.
 
Similar arrangements still apply today in [[Saint Vincent and the Grenadines]], where juvenile offenders may be given up to 12 strokes of the cane on the bare buttocks in a police station, and also in [[The Bahamas]] for youths aged up to 18.
 
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