Cockayne Grove Police Department

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Cockayne Grove Police Department
Loosely caded, unlit
Danger Updater MDUDC 17:48, 12 April 2019 (UTC)
When a gang war broke out in 1984, the police from this station turned from inefficient to violent.
Cockayne Grove Police Department

Wyke Hills [52, 91]

a cemetery a junkyard Lamport Drive Railway Station
Gautrey Way Cockayne Grove Police Department Botting Towers
Riggs Avenue Horsnell Lane Buskin Drive

Basic Info:

  • Police Stations can be barricaded normally.

History

It is not known which member of the Cockayne Family this Station was named after. Most of it's family having something, in one way or the other, to do with health/medicine or hygiene.

Some think the station was named after Emily Cockayne as a tribute for her never-ending tale of woe about the wretched filth that was 17th century England. Maybe it was an inside joke among Malton's City Fathers (unfortunately, it was a premonition of sorts...)

Still others believe that is was named in honor of Sir Edward Alfred Cockayne, when he treated a policeman's child and diagnosed a new disease as a result.

Regardless, all this was forgotten by the early 80s when drugs were rampant and the Wyke Hills Vice Squad was HQ'd here. "Cockayne" came to be pronounced as "cocaine," especially when several officers were charged with conspiracy, intent and distribution in the affair. Users were left with nothing of quite the same quality again, giving new meaning to the term, "The thin Blue Line..."

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This location is on the list of Amusing Locations in Malton

Barricade Policy

In accordance with the Wyke Hills Barricade Plan, this site is to be kept at Very Strongly Barricaded (VSB+2), in order to permit entry by rookies and those needing Free Running access.


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In zamgrh, this location is known as Gaga!n Bangbarn.



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