Dane Street Police Department

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Dane Street Police Department
Last Update March 2020
Zashiya (talk) 21:43, 30 April 2023 (UTC)
Dane Street Police Department

Crowbank [75, 61]

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Basic Info:

  • Police Stations can be barricaded normally.

Dane Street Police Department


Dane Street Police Department [74,61] is located in the suburb of Crowbank, in the southeast district of the city of Malton. It was a small precinct casually operating out of Crowbank before it was overrun by a zombie mob numbering around 75 in August of 2004. To this day, none of the 16 officers that were previously assigned to this precinct have been reported alive anywhere in Malton. If you have any information regarding the missing officers or looters of the open weapons cache in the back of the building, please contact Malton Police by dialing 9-1-1.




Barricade Policy

unknown since zombie invasion. No one wants to go in when there are lingering souls still wandering outside.

Current Status

Zeds outside. Greenwarrior 20:10, 29 October 2011 (BST)

Post-Apocalypse History

June 24, 2020: Place is safe. Also, these haven't been updated in a while. -Duskfall

May 10, 2009: Building is ruined. 1 zed inside and outside. Dr Kawasaki 22:02, 10 May 2009 (UTC)

EHB, safe. Camo Bathrobe 17:52, 19 February 2009 (UTC)

A group of 10 zombies have broken in and are dragging survivors out onto the streets. Dane Street PD is about to fall. 14:20, 8th January 2009 - Jimmy5327

As of April 27, 2008: Zombies still occupy the area. Precautions are needed if planning to retake the area.

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