QUINCY, Fla. (WTXL) - The community rallied together on Wednesday to welcome the Quincy Police into their new home.
After seven years, the Quincy Police have a newly renovated place to work.
A ribbon cutting and ceremony took place to honor those who serve the community.
Officials also handed out awards to those who play a high role in keeping the community safe.
The police are excited about the new location and how it will better help them serve the community.
"Every man and woman that works for the Quincy Police Department serves the community," said Quincy Police Captain Robert Mixson. "This will enhance our ability to provide service to the community and give the identity back to the men and women to serve the community, the City of Quincy."
Their new building is located on the corner of Jefferson and Duval Street in Quincy.
QUINCY, Fla. (WTXL) - Quincy Police will be hosting a Grand Opening Ceremony for their newly remodeled Police Department on Wednesday.
Now the police department is housed in a historic building originally built as the Quincy Post Office in 1935.
The building is now named for the late Police Chief RD Edwards, who is credited with transitioning the police department into the modern policing era.
Members of the Edwards family will be in attendance. The ceremony is set for 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.