Hodgenville City Police moved into a new home Friday.
The police department is in the two-story educational building formerly owned by First Baptist Church on West High Street. It’s next door to city hall.
The brick building was built in 1953 and was purchased, along with the former church building, with Lincoln Bicentennial funding. The second floor is not in use and has been sealed off.
The new location of the police station is a “big plus” to the city, Mayor Terry Cruse said.