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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS

1 REVISIONS LIST
DATE 29 January 1999 REVISION

TECHNICAL CRITERIA - SIGNAGE


STATION NAME District Compl ! o"l#. G " r$l D scriptio" To recognise the civic status and multiple functions served by these complexes a non-illuminated sign on the comprising station name as individual letters and police badge insignia shall be mounted on a front external wall of the station. Its mounting height shall vary depending on specific conditions. It shall be mounted in order to be visible from the street and or the public carpar!. It shall generally be located ad"acent to the public entrance door to the building. Utilis$tio" G%i& li" s Loc$tio" #ill vary from building to building$ but generally should be located for maximum visibility to the footpath and or public carpar!. %ines of sight around landscaping and other buildings or features within the &olice complex should be considered. The sign shall be located to avoid potential vandal damage. I"st$ll$tio" The selected wall$ mounting height and orientation of this sign shall be determined by the specific circumstances of each station. 'onsideration shall be to local spotlighting in order to increase the visibility of the sign.

( )arch 1999

STANDARD SPECI'ICATION AND DETAILS INDE( * complete set of standard details stamped preliminary will be issued with the brief. The commissioned consultant shall re+uest a set of non-preliminary standard details$ "ust prior to completing the tender documentation$ from the '*), 'ontract )anager. These shall be bound %"$lt r & in the contract specification. -o electronic copies of the details will be issued. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES PILLOWS The flame retardant pillows shall be .S$) *%$r& + Mot, rc$r -pr .io%sl# /%st 0i&&i"*1 /0, ,111 -ibbed &illow.. MATTRESSES The flame retardant cell mattresses$ 1911 mm 2l3 x 451 mm 2w3 x 111 mm 2d3$ shall be . S$) *%$r& + Mot, rc$r -pr .io%sl# /%st 0i&&i"*12 - ,afe 6uard &roban &.7. ,811..

1 *pril 1999

9 June 1999 19 June 1999

STANDARD DETAILS S-341 19 )ay 99 ,tation Identification ,ign - :ormat - Three 'olour TECHNICAL CRITERIA WALL ELEMENTS Gl$ss 1( mm 6lass - Toughened to *, 221; )odern 6lass 8( ,tebbing <oad$ )addington$ #.*. 5119 &h 1; 9998 1511 #estate 6lass &ty %td 8 = ( >anni ,treet$ 'anning ?ale$ #.*. 51((

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS &h 1; 99(( 1911 'ORMULA LEGEND NUMBER O' STA'' TOILETS 5 SHOWERS MINIMUM NO O' STA'' W6C. @ 2Total )a"or ,hift ,taff x 1.2 3 1( <ound number of #' up to the nearest one for total complex staff of less than 91. <ound number of #' down to the nearest one for total complex staff of more than 91. MINIMUM NO O' STA'' HAND BASINS @ -o of #.'.As x 1.4( MINIMUM NO O' STA'' URINALS @ -o of #.'.As x 1.4( MINIMUM NO O' STA'' SHOWERS @ 2Total )a"or ,hift ,taff x 1.2 3 1( <ound number of showers down to the nearest one. *ssumed )ale To :emale <atio 8B1 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES LIGHT 'ITTINGS :ixing of light fittings to a concrete ceiling shall be as per detail %-825$ %-824 or %-82;. PRO/ECT CO-OORDINATORS GUIDE OPENING CEREMON7 *n official opening ceremony shall be arranged in con"unction with #*&, &ublic *ffairs and the station Cfficer in 'harge. The opening pla+ue shall be approximately 9(1mm 2w3 x 8(1mm 2h3 x (mm 2thic!3 and have a mathews bronDe finish. The wording shall be as per following sample. TECHNICAL CRITERIA 'IREARM AND AMMUNITION CABINETS :irearm cabinets shall be procured$ through the &olice ,upply Eranch$ from the current annual contract. The current supplier is <echerche$ (9 &eel <oad CF'onnor #.*. 5158$ ph 9881 5881$ fax 9881 51(1. The current approved cabinets are :'* <echerche model :'812-&% - ,ecures twelve 2123 revolvers and six 253 long arms 2rifles and shotguns3. 1;11mm 2h3 x (81mm 2w3 x 911mm 2d3. :'E <echerche model :'829-&% - ,ecures twenty four 2293 revolvers and six 253 long arms 2rifles and shotguns3. 1;11mm 2h3 x 1111mm 2w3 x 911mm 2d3. :'' <echerche model :'5<& - ,torage rac! to store six 253 revolvers. :'/ <echerche model :'8<& - ,torage rac! to store three 283 revolvers. *ll cabinets shall be securely fixed to the wall floor and fitted with Ei-%oc!s. PISTOL AND AMMUNITION CABINETS - PORTABLE :irearm cabinets shall be procured$ through the &olice ,upply Eranch$ from the current annual contract. The current supplier is <echerche$ (9 &eel <oad CF'onnor #.*. 5158$ ph 9881 5881$ fax 9881 51(1. The current approved cabinets are <echerche model :'91-&% = &ortable pistol and ammunition cabinet. ,ecures two 223 revolvers. 9(1mm 2l3 x 14(mm 2h3 x 191mm 2d3. 2.(mm steel body and base plate. 8mm steel doors with heavy duty pin hinges. <echerche model :'91-&% = &ortable pistol and ammunition cabinet. ,ecures two 223 revolvers. 9(1mm 2l3 x 14(mm 2h3 x 191mm 2d3. *s per &'1 REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 2

14 June 1999

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( July 1999

( July 1999

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS except smaller ammunition cabinet 2111mm 2l33 and larger pistol cabinet 2221mm 2l33. <echerche model :'92-&% = &ortable pistol and ammunition cabinet. ,ecures two 223 revolvers. 9(1mm 2l3 x 14(mm 2h3 x 191mm 2d3. *s per &'1 except no pistol divider separator.

*ll cabinets shall be securely fixed to the wall floor and fitted with Ei-%oc!s. ACTIVIT7 SPACES *ctivity spaces 111-2 = *rmoury G+uipment ,tore$ 111-8 = *rmoury ,ecure ,tore$ 112-1; = ,ally-port$ 211-1 = *rmoury G+uipment ,tore$ and (18-21 = ,ecure <oom$ have been modified to reflect the new firearm cabinets. 18 July 1999 INTRODUCTION LIMITATIONS O' THE CODE The code shall be viewed as a mandatory set of accommodation principles and technical re+uirements. #hile certain sections of the 'ode may not be universally applicable to all police facilities$ for example &roperty Tracing$ leased office accommodation it provides the foundation for the .one off. functional briefs. CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES LIGHT 'ITTINGS 8 SA'E CELLS :or cells with no permanent emergency power supply$ e.g an onsite generator$ an approved emergency lamp shall be incorporated within the surface mounted luminaire to provide light in the event of a power failure. CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES DETAINEE TELEVISION In country custodial facilities$ with overnight detention a colour television monitor shall be provided for the entertainment of detainees. The monitor shall be located in one of the following locations /ining <oom$ Gxercise Hard2s3 or ,ecurity 'ompound and housed in a protective bul!head with spea!er outlets as per detail %-891. The local climatic conditions shall be ta!en into account if located externally. &eriodic access to the monitor is re+uired for maintenance needs. The television shall be controlled by a hand-held remote control device operated by station staff. CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION The ''T? camera2s3 shall be positioned within a general padded cell2s3$ holding waiting room2s3 or exercise yard or to enable complete observation of that space. The camera2s3 shall be located to provide full observation of areas not visible from the corridor observation windows. e.g. the area behind modesty screens. The ''T? camera housing should not be located where detainees can stand on the benches or modesty panels and touch them or bloc! the image by stic!ing ''T? housing. CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION Cnly the ''T? camera2s3 in the 'harge <oom and ,ally-port or separate /etainee Gntry shall be recorded. ''T? cameras to the staff entry shall not be recorded.

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29 *ugust 1999

CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES SALL7-PORT + DETAINEE ENTR7 * colour ''T? camera2s3 and recorder system shall be installed with the following featuresB real time video and audio recordingI recording activated by motion detection within the roomI time date stamped recordingI ; hour recording period before tape change necessary or automatic tape recorder changeoverI instantaneous or overlap tape changeover for continuityI continuous system status monitoring including end of tape$ recording failure on all ?T<As$ video failure$ camera failure and power failure alarmsI automatic reset after power failureI automatic allocation to standby ?T<AsI and automatic recording guarantee. The camera2s3 shall be positioned to provide complete ''T? and audio coverage of the activity space. The recording e+uipment shall be located in a loc!ed cupboard in full view of the ''T? camera within the 'harge <oom. )onitors are to be located in the 6eneral Cffice.

2 ,eptember 1999

TECHNICAL CRITERIA CABLING + TELECOMMUNICATIONS 5 DATE E9UIPMENT ROOM-S1 * carrier approved conduit shall run from the )/: to a point outside the building$ agreed with the carrier$ and siDed to suit the incoming cable plus expansion of (1J. * second conduit of 2( mm diameter shall run to the outside of the building for communications earthing. The incoming carriers cable shall be terminated in the 19 inch rac!. TECHNICAL CRITERIA *ustel replaced with *ustralian 'ommunications *uthority CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES 1:4-1; P$&& & C ll (.1 #all Glements - :lush &ull 0andle In Cutside :ace Cf /oor CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES POLICE STATION + COURT HOUSE SECURE LIN0 The secure lin! between court and police custodial facilities shall only be designed to assist offices transfer detainees. It is not practical or cost effective to design this space to minimiDe the opportunity for detainees to inflict self harm. ,ignage$ worded K/GT*I-GG, *<G -CT TC EG %G:T 7-*TTG-/G/ IT0I, *<G*L$ shall be installed ad"acent to each entry to the secure lin!.

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29 -ovember 1999

1( /ecember 1999

CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS /unlop Industrial 81 =85 #ittenberg /rive$ 'anning ?ale$ #.*. 1; 9889 9111 TECHNICAL CRITERIA <eplaced *,'C *dva-Tage with ,iemens *dvantage and *,'C with ,iemens. The ,ystem shall be compatible with the following microprocessors and card readersB

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS -T 1; %ocal &rocessor 7nitI 'M; %ocal &rocessor 7nitI -T1( %ocal *larm &rocessor 7nitI -T 12 %ocal &rocessor 7nitI 0I/ 07(89(-1&roximity <eaders and 'ardsI and 0I/ 07 182(-85 &roximity 'ard 2site specific3.

21 )arch 2111

8 *pril 2111

PRO/ECT CO-ORDINATOR<S GUIDE <eplaced *,'C with ,iemens PRO/ECT CO=ORDINATOR>S GUIDE MAINTENANCE MANUAL &rior to occupancy the commissioned consultants and or builder shall provide three copies of building maintenance manuals for specialist built-in plant and e+uipment. Cne copy shall be forwarded to the station$ one copy to the :acility )anager and the other placed on a 'hief Cffice <ecords registered lever arch file and retained at &roperty ,ervicesI the &olice &ro"ect %eader and the /epartment of 'ontract and )anagement ,ervices 'ontract )anager shall "ointly prepare Gmergency Gvacuation &rocedures for inclusion in the maintenance manual. <efer to the 'ustodial /esign 6uidelines. TECHNICAL CRITERIA Clot,i"* Loc? rs -ATCL1 * purpose designed loc!able steel loc!er for staff to store their personal apparel. The number of loc!ers provided shall e+ual the actual employment level. <efer to standard specification and detail :%-412. The procurement of these loc!ers is via a supply contract$ administered by #*&, ,upply Eranch and shall be supplied to the building contractor by the principal for inclusion in the wor!s. P rso"$l St$tio" r# Loc? rs -PSL1 * purpose designed loc!able steel loc!er for the staff to store their personal effects and paperwor!. The number of loc!ers provided shall be calculated as set out in the formula legend. <efer to standard specification and detail :%-411$ :%411.1 or :%411.2. The procurement of these loc!ers is via a supply contract$ administered by #*&, ,upply Eranch and shall be supplied to the building contractor by the principal for inclusion in the wor!s. '%r"it%r M$st r List -S, t @ O) 31
ATCL *-6%G/ TC&&G/ '%CT0I-6 %C'NG< 28;1mm x (91 x 1;91h3

8 *pril 2111

TECHNICAL CRITERIA Em r* "c# G " r$tor #ithin the station only particular activity spaces re+uire emergency power and lighting. The re+uirements within each activity space shall be !ept to essential e+uipment and lighting only to reduce the installation cost and generator siDe. <efer to the activity space data sheets. The builder shall at practical completion supply two copies of test data certifying the completeness of the emergency power installation. :or stations without a permanently installed generator a portable generator shall be used to underta!e the testing. Co"sist "t PoA r S%ppl# :or /istrict 'omplexFs and satellite stations$ located outside a 1( !m radius from a /istrict 'omplex$ and not sub"ect to fre+uent and prolonged power failures provide a manual transfer switch to a set of terminals on the main switch board shall be provided to enable the connection of a portable generator. The generator terminals shall be in an external location with vehicle access$ away from ad"acent residences and where the diesel exhaust will not cause a problem. The terminals are to be appropriately siDed tunnel terminals$ coloured for different phases$ with

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS a neutral and earth$ and located within an I&(5/ aluminium enclosure. The enclosure shall have an engraved aluminium label reading .G)G<6G-'H 6G-G<*TC< TG<)I-*%AA on a screw fixed cover. *d"acent to the terminals$ locate a screw fixed aluminium label indicating the recommended capacity of the portable generating set. :or satellite stations$ located within a 1( !m radius of a /istrict 'omplex and not sub"ect to fre+uent and prolonged power failures not emergency power system shall be provided. ArtAor? &urchased artwor! shall be selected by the pro"ectAs interior designer in con"unction with the &olice &ro"ect %eader and '*), 'ontract )anager. 8 *pril 2111 PLANNING GUIDELINES Acti.it# Sp$c In remote satellite stations the number of separate activity spaces shall be minimised$ whilst maintaining re+uired functionality$ through the development of multifunctional activity spaces. P%Blic Art Incorporation of public art into a police station offers a uni+ue opportunity to enhance local police community relationships and brea!down some of the community perceptions of a police station. Thus all capital wor!s pro"ects shall be included in the &ercent for *rts ,cheme run the &ublic *rt Tas! :orce. /iscussions shall be held with the '*), &ublic *rt 'o-Crdinator regarding artist selection prior to design wor! commencing. *t the completion of the pro"ect a double-sided *9 brochure shall be produced$ through '*),$ describing the pro"ect and ac!nowledging the artists. * framed copy of the brochure shall be securely mounted in the public foyer. POLICE S r.ic V ,icl s *t a ,atellite ,tation the additional bays provided within the extra 21J shall included one of the bays shall be large enough to enable the par!ing of a truc! or a caravan$ and one of the bays shall include limited vehicle wash down facilities. <efer to the &ro"ect %eaderFs 6uide. 8 *pril 2111 INTRODUCTION I"tro&%ctio" It is intend as a reference for those concerned with the provision buildings and e+uipment$ includingB &olice <egional and /istrict Cfficers and ,tation CI'As$ &roperty ,ervices Eranch &ro"ect %eaderFs$ &ro"ect 'ontrol 6roup members$ and 'entral 6overnment *gencies$ including '*), and Treasury. 8 *pril 2111 Project Leaders Guide - notes to assist &olice &roperty ,ervices underta!e building pro"ectsI

PRO/ECT CO-ORDINATOR<S GUIDE &ro"ect 'o-CrdinatorFs 6uide changed to &ro"ect %eaderFs 6uide ProC ct Bri )i"* Proc ss ,tep 8. * &olice &roperty ,ervices &ro"ect %eader and /epartment of 'ontract and

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS )anagement ,ervices 'ontract )anager are appointed. Eased on the details endorsed by ,ervice 'ommand$ a &ro"ect 'ontrol 6roup is established. This committee shall be chaired by the &ro"ect %eader$ 8 *pril 2111 PRO/ECT IN'ORMATION Bri ) Pr p$r$tio" The code is a generic document providing information covering a range of functions and station types. The consultant when editing the 'ode to create a pro"ect brief shall ensure that information provided as a guide is deleted$ e.g. &ro"ect %eaderAs 6uide$ 7sable :loor *rea table$ etc.$ CONSULTANT CHEC0 SHEET - COMMUNICATIONS INSTALLATIONS 5 MODI'ICATIONS *dded CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES 'ORMULA LEGEND 'UNCTIONAL UNITS AND ACTIVIT7 SPACE DATA SHEETS PLANNING GUIDELINES TECHNICAL CRITERIA ACTIVIT7 SPACE 1:4-1D ,allie port changed to ,ally-port ACTIVIT7 SPACE 3:1-D 5 3:1-E 'lothing %oc!ers changed to *T'% TECHNICAL CRITERIA :urniture )aster %ist 2,heet 9 of (3 <efrigerator <:9 2(11lt3 added. ACTIVIT7 SPACE 3:1-4 5 3:1-@ <efrigerator changed to <:9 2(11lt3. PRO/ECT LEADER<S GUIDE &la+ue details changed. TECHNICAL CRITERIA DE'ECTS PERIOD 8 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE The contract specification shall ensure that the builder and subcontractors are responsible$ during the contract defects period$ for the routine maintenance of all e+uipment and systems as detailed in the Cperations and )aintenance )anuals$ including but not limited to the followingB )echanical plant and e+uipmentI %iftsI &* systemI ,ecurity ,ystem 2Euilding access and building surveillance3I 'ell *larm ,ystemI 6rounds Irrigation ,ystemI #ater ,ervice Eac!-flow &revention /evicesI and *utomatic /oors TECHNICAL CRITERIA N i*,Bo%r,oo& Si*" - G " r$l D scriptio" * )ain <oads #estern *ustralia 9;81-5419 sign 22111 mm x (51 mm3 shall be strategically located in the neighbourhood surrounding the &olice building2s3 to indicate the direction to and general locality of the building2s3. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES Li*,t 'itti"*s The surface mounted luminaire diffuser shall be fixed with a minimum of 11 allenhead large diameter screws. #here the fitting is fixed to an uneven ceiling the pac! around the screw fixings to prevent the base of the light fitting twisting 7

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS when fixed. 2 -ovember 2111 2; /ecember 2111 2; /ecember 2111 PRO/ECT LEADERS GUIDE Op "i"* C r mo"# &la+ue format updated PRO/ECT LEADERS GUIDE N tAor? Compo" "ts B%&* ts ,ection revised. TECHNICAL CRITERIA C$Bli"* + T l comm%"ic$tio" $"& D$t$ EF%ipm "t Rooms <efer to standard details )-91($ )915 and )-914 for indicative rac! layouts for small$ medium and !ey station sites. ,pecific detailed layouts will be produced by &olice 'ommunications Eranch and the -etwor! &lanning )anager for each pro"ect. ,pecific detailed layouts will be produced by &olice 'ommunications Eranch and the 'ommunications and Information *ccess Eranch for each pro"ect. not be used for other services$ without approval from #*&, 'ommunication and Information ,ystem Eranches *ccess EranchI mandatory e+uipment separations. <efer to #*&, 'ommunication and Information ,ystem Eranches *ccess Eranch

'l# + P$tc, L $&s The %*- hub terminal ports shall be connected to the frame via four pair 7T& fly lead cables of performance e+ual to the other 7T& cables. Loc$l Ar $ N tAor?s *ll stations will be provided with data communications e+uipment 2router and hub3. These devices facilitate communications between the various terminal devices 2&'s3 at the station and the computer systems located elsewhere in the ,tate and will be located in the 19 inch rac! as detailed in the appropriate rac! standard detail. optionally$ a %*- server. The computer and software necessary to provide the server capability will also be arranged by the &olice ,ervice 2-etwor! &lanning )anager3. The server shall be located ad"acent to the 19 inch rac!. <efer to 'abling Telecommunication and /ata G+uipment <ooms on page 21. This e+uipment shall be supplied and installed by the &olice ,ervice 2-etwor! &lanning )anager3 and will be installed by the &olice /ata 'ommunications ,ection after practical completion. #*&, leases all hardware associated with the data communications networ! with the exception of personal local printers. The building contactor is responsible for the provision of the 19 inch rac!2s3 only. The commissioned consultant shall liase with #*&, 'o-ordinator #ide *rea -etwor! ,ervices or his nominated representative to ensure the construction documentation provides ade+uate provision for e+uipment supply and installation by others after practical completion. 2; /ecember 2111 STANDARD SPECI'ICATION AND DETAILS INDE( /eleted )-91( Indicative 19. <ac! - Ney ,tation ,ystem )-915 Indicative 19. <ac! - ,mall ,ite &*EM ,ystem )-914 Indicative 19. <ac! - )edium ,ite &*EM ,ystem TECHNICAL CRITERIA 8

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS Si*"s - M%lti Li"*%$l Si*"$* In areas with a high proportion of non Gnglish spea!ing people consideration shall be given$ in con"unction with the Cfficer in 'harge = Gthnic *ffairs 7nit$ for the inclusion of the following multi lingual signage outside police stationsB K#elcomeL on the stations public entry door. The signage shall be 41 mm high and located directly below the Gnglish version. K:or assistance when station is unattended please call 2insert phone number3L directly below the Gnglish version. %ettering to be the same height as the Gnglish version -o more than two alternative languages should be included on the signage. 2 *ugust 2111 TECHNICAL CRITERIA E!t r"$l Li*,ti"* Gxternal lighting should not create glare either outside or inside the building$ thus the use of floodlighting is not favoured. /ue to the high level of vandalism of bollard lights preference shall be given to building mounted and post-top luminaries in external spaces. PLANNING GUIDELINES B%il&i"* Gr ",o%s R$ti"* This scheme benchmar!s a buildingFs greenhouse impact on a scale of one to five$ one being the most polluting and five the least. Gxperience shows that by implementing energy efficiency practices many buildings can save 21 = 91 per cent on their energy bills and reduced the emission of greenhouse gases. *t the completion of the design development$ tender documentation and construction defect period the commissioned consultant shall self rate the building. The outcome of the assessment shall be included re+uired milestone reports. :or further information please contact the Cffice of Gnergy = Gnergy Innovation /ivision. 'ORMULA LEGEND 3:@-@ VIDEO INTERVIEW ROOM The number of ?ideo Interview <ooms to be provide in a police facility shall be determined as follows. The information regarding the number of video interviews is held by 'ustodian ?ideo Tapes$ Glectronic ,upport 7nit. 1-111 interviews per annum - shared activity space eg public and video interview roomI 111- (11 interviews per annum - one dedicated video interview room per facilityI (11- 1111 interviews per annum - two dedicated video interview rooms per facilityI 1111- 1411 interviews per annum - three dedicated video interview rooms per facility G " r$l I")orm$tio" *ll police stations will receive a detainee video interview room and e+uipment in accordance with the above formula. *ll /istrict &olice 'omplexAs will receive two dedicated video interview rooms based on the re+uirement to be a support base for the district. *dditional video interview rooms over this allocation will be re+uired to meet the formula. #hen determining the number of video interview rooms$ the pro"ect leader should ta!e into consideration any specialist or roaming s+uads which may be re+uired to use the station facility. REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 9

1( *ugust 2111

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS ,pecialist s+uads in stand alone facilities are sub"ect to the same formula. ,pecial consideration should be given to consolidation of resources in multi purpose buildings 2ie 'urtin house3. ROOM DATA SHEETS 3:@-@ VIDEO INTERVIEW ROOM <efer to :ormula %egend to determine number of ?ideo Interview <ooms to be provided. 29 July 2112 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS ,toddart &edestal &an$ )odel - #*&,T&12, 6,G /istributors$ 1 8 'obbler &lace$ )irraboo!a$ #* 5151 &h 1; 9899 1(55 ,toddart 'ombined &edestal &an and Easin 7nit - )odel number #*&,T&18 6,G /istributors$ 1 8 'obbler &lace$ )irraboo!a$ #* 5151 &h 1; 9899 1(55 ROOM DATA SHEETS 3:@-G DETAINEE TOILET OOO,toddart detainee toilet basin model number #*&,,E18 or e+ual. TECHNICAL CRITERIA Commissio"i"* 8 I"str%ctio"s 'or S tti"* So%"& $"& L . ls o" VIS 0its $"& C$m r$ S t%p If you have any problems at this stage and you need information call Glectronic ,upport 7nit on 1; 9841 4199. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS ,imcraft &roducts 59 <ailway &arade$ #elshpool #* 5115 &h 92(; 8188 :ax 92(; 8199 TECHNICAL CRITERIA LOC0S *ll loc!s shall be of a commercial +uality appropriate for the location and level of use$ with due regard to maintenance minimisation principalsI fitted to external outward opening doors shall be fitted with restricted broachingI and with the exception of cell door loc!s shall be capable of master !eying. GENERAL '*), changed to /epartment of 0ousing P #or!s CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES CHARGE ROOM SALL7-PORT + DETAINEE ENTR7 The recording e+uipment shall be located in a loc!ed cupboard$ with ade+uate ventilation in$ in full view of the ''T? camera within the 'harge <oom. The system shall record tape changes. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION To meet the performance criteria listed below the recording units shall be ,?0, units. In order to enable viewing of the tapes one of ?0, units provided as part the loose e+uipment shall have K,uper ?0,L playbac! capability. GENERAL &roperty ,ervices changed to %and P Euilding )anagement Eranch PLANNING DESIGN GUIDELINES LANDSCAPE Qdesign to minimise water consumption$ through plant selection and the use of 10

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS tric!le feed reticulation systemsI andL VIDEO INTERVIEW ROOMS in rooms that are dual use$ both video P public interview rooms the camera window may be located in a truncated corner 22 )arch 2118 TECHNICAL CRITERIA CONSISTENT POWER SUPPL7 Information shall be included in the buildings operating manuals detailing generator capacity and installation re+uirements. SECURIT7 DESIGN GUIDELINES SATELLITE STATIONS - E(TERNAL ''T? surveillance of the building perimeter is not re+uired. ''T? surveillance of the general compound shall be provided for medium to large satellite stations.. SATELLITE STATIONS 8 INTERNAL GENERAL :irearms shall be only be secured in a firearm cabinet located within the armoury. STA'' ENTR7 + DETAINEE ENTR7 * remote door release from the 6eneral Cffice shall be provided in medium to large satellite stations DISTRICT COMPLE( 8 E(TERNAL POLICE VEHICLE PAR0ING COMPOUND ''T? surveillance of the building perimeter is generally not re+uired. ''T? surveillance of the ,ally-port roller door and general compound shall be provided. *ccess to the secure vehicle par!ing compound shall be by proximity card or electronically from the ,ecurity 'ommunications <oom utilising an integrated ''T? camera and intercom device. * remote gate release from the 6eneral Cffice shall be provided. DISTRICT COMPLE( 8 INTERNAL GENERAL :irearms shall be only be secured in a firearm cabinet located within the armoury. STA'' ENTR7 + DETAINEE ENTR7 * remote door release from the 6eneral Cffice shall be provided. 'URNITURE CHAIRS AND DES0S ENTITLEMENT Gnclosed Cffices - /G2 21;11 mm x 911 mm3 - '01* DES0 MOUNTED 'ILING UNIT 'U1 /eleted E(TERNAL ITEMS INCINERATOR /eleted 'URNITURE IMPACT PRINTERS /eleted 22 )arch 2118 22 )arch 2118 PRO/ECT LEADERS GUIDE PRO/ECT BRIE'ING PROCESS 7pdated to reflect current process. TECHNICAL CRITERIA DATA COMMUNICATIONS CARRIER SERVICE Kas detailed in the appropriate rac! standardL deleted SOAP DISPENSERS Eul! soap dispensers provided for staff use shall contain anti-septic soap. The soap dispensers shall be procured through current 6overnment &olice supply REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 11

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS contracts. They shall be supplied and installed under the building contract. SECURE CONSTRUCTION butt "ointed 1; mm compressed fibre cement sheets fixed to stud wor! with (1 mm long counter sun! screws at 9(1 mm centres 2max.3. The compressed sheets shall have butt "oints only$ located centrally over stud wor!.. 22 )arch 2118 TECHNICAL CRITERIA + PLANNING GUIDELINES SPECIALIST E9UIPMENT + ENERG7 MINIMISATION #here ever possible e+uipment shall be selected to meet not only operational re+uirements but also on the basis of lower operating and environmental costs$ including greenhouse gas emissions. <efer to the -ational *ppliance and G+uipment Gnergy Gfficiency &rogram supported by the #estern *ustralia Cffice of Gnergy. ACTIVIT7 SPACES 3:@-1@ Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& 8 S c%rit# - El ctro"ic+P,#sic$l /esign 6uidelines P <emote 6ate <elease added$ deadlatch deleted. 1:1-H Cr$s, I". sti*$tio" O))ic -G1 8 '%r"it%r - Misc ll$" o%s /es! )ounted :iling 7nit :71 deleted. 1:4-1D S$ll#-port 8 Comm "ts <emote realease added$ S c%rit# El ctro"ic+P,#sic$l <emote /oor <elease added '%r"it%r 8 Stor$* &istol 'abinet deleted 3:1-11 St$)) E"tr# 8 S c%rit# - El ctro"ic+P,#sic$l <emote /oor <elease added$ 3:4-H P%Blic 'o# r + R c ptio" @ 8 S c%rit# - El ctro"ic+P,#sic$l <emote /oor <elease added$ ACTIVIT7 SPACES 1:1-1 ABori*i"$l Li$iso" U"it -41 8 :unction and comments modified 1:1-4 EF%ipm "t Stor 8 *rmoury functions deleted 1:1-@ Armo%r# S c%r Stor - deleted 1:1-G Comm%"ic$tio"s + Pri"t r + '$! Alco. 8 deleted 1:1-3 Comm%"ic$tio"s Room - &rinter :ax functionality deleted 1:1-D G " r$l O))ic - Euilt-in :urniture comments modified 1:1-13 W$rr$"t + I"F%ir# O))ic r = Title changed 1:4- 4 C,$r* Room = 'amera Erac!ets deleted$ property storage modified. 1:4- G Di"i"* Room = deleted 1:4- 11 /%stic o) t, P $c + B$il Room = deleted 1:4- 14 0itc, " = 'omments updated to include provision of alcove. 1:4-1@ 0itc, " + L$%"&r# 8 deleted 1:4-1G 0itc, " + L$%"&r# 8 'lasses 7pdated /istrict 'omplex and %arge ,atellite deleted$ <emote ,atellite ,tations added 1:4-1H Loc?%p 0 p rs O))ic 8 deleted 1:4-1; P$&& & C ll 8 :loor P #all :inishes updated 1:4-41 Visitors Room 8 deleted 3:@-4D Armo%r# - 'reated 'ORMULA LEGEND 1:4-G Di"i"* Room - deleted ; *pril 2118 'UNCTIONAL UNIT 1:G 8 Co%rt '$ciliti s = /eleted 1:3 8 Br $t, A"$l#sis = /eleted ACTIVIT7 SPACES 118-8 Crim Pr . "tio" O))ic - /eleted 119-1 Co%rt 'o# r - /eleted 119-8 ' m$l P%Blic Toil t - /eleted 119-9 Hol&i"* Room T#p B - /eleted REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 12

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS 119-5 M$l P%Blic Toil t - /eleted 11(-1 Bloo& + M &ic$l Room - /eleted 11(-2 Bloo& + M &ic$l Toil t - /eleted 211-9 D t cti. O))ic -G1 - /eleted 118-1 Comm%"it# Polici"* + Crim Pr . "tio" O))ic = Title changed 118-2 Comm%"it# Polici"* + Crim Pr . "tio" O))ic = Title changed 119-2 Co%rtroom = Transferred to Cperational ,upport :acilities and upgrade to include Cperations <oom functionality 119-( M$*istr$t Room = Transferred to Cperational ,upport :acilities and upgrade to include utility functionality 11(-8 Br $t, Room = Transferred to Cperational ,upport :acilities 211-1 EF%ipm "t Stor = *rmoury functions deleted 211-2 D t cti. s O))ic = 2 draw filing cabinet changed to 9 draw and whiteboard changed to foldout type. 211-8 D t cti. s O))ic -41 = 2 draw filing cabinet changed to 9 draw and whiteboard changed to foldout type.11(-1 11 *pril 2118 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES CELL ALARM S7STEM The loudness of the buDDer on the mimic panel in the 6eneral Cffice shall enable staff to clearly hear it. 'onsideration shall also be given to the installation of a small ceiling mounted strobe light activated when the buDDer sounds. 'ORMULA LEGEND 3:1-1G LOC0ER ROOM 4 3:1'1G @ 2Total ,tation ,taff R 2Total -umber of 0ot /es!ing ,taff x 1.233 x 1.(()2 'UNCTIONAL UNIT 4:@ 8 Coro"i$l I"F%iri s = /eleted @:1 8 District S%pport Gro%p = -ame changed to ,pecialist ,upport 6roup ACTIVIT7 SPACES 212-1 Bio H$I$r& Room 1 = /es! and chair deleted 212-2 Bio H$I$r& Room 4 = /eleted 212-9 C, mic$l L$Bor$tor# = /eleted 212-( E!,iBits R c i.$l $"& L$Bor$tor# Ar $ = /eleted 212-5 E!,iBits R c i.$l Room= /eleted 212-4 E!,iBits Stor 1 = /eleted 212-; E!,iBits Stor 4 = *rea changed to ,iDe To ,uit. 212-9 Microscop Room = /eleted 212-9 Microscop Room = /eleted 212-1( P,#sic$l E.i& "c L$Bor$tor# = /eleted 212-15 S,oA r= /eleted 218-1 Coro"i$l I"F%iri s O))ic -11 = /eleted 811-1 G " r$l O))ic -DSG1 = -ame changed to 6eneral Cffice 811-2 O))ic r i" C,$r* -DSG1 = -ame changed to Cfficer in 'harge 811-8 S co"& i" C,$r* -DSG1 = -ame changed to ,econd in 'harge 819-2 Tr$i"i"* ,tore - 'reated 911-2 Cl r?s O))ic - /eleted 911-4 St$)) O))ic r = Title changed (11-2 Am "iti s Room 4 = 'lasses updated to included /istrict 'omplex (11-8 Am "iti s Room @ - /eleted (11-( Cl $" rs Room 4 = /eleted (11-9 Loc? r 5 S,oA r Room 4 = 'onverted to ,hower 'hange <oom. (11-11 R st Room = deleted (11-11 St$)) E"tr# = <emote release controlled from 6eneral Cffice (11-19 Loc? r Room = 'reated. REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 13

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS 11 *pril 2118 1; *pril 2118 ACTIVIT7 SPACES 212-8 C, mic$l + P,#sic$l E.i& "c L$Bor$tor# = 'hemical cabinets and duress button added. TECHNICAL CRITERIA 16H6463 Polic R$&io N tAor? 7pdated based on advice from #*&, Glectronic ,upport Eranch. ACTIVIT7 SPACES (18-( = Dr%* Stor = added to comments ,ection - *n after hours secure shute shall be provided from the general corridor into either the /rug ,tore$ ,ecure <oom or &roperty ,tore for depositing small +uantities of drugs$ "ewellery etc. (18-5 Dr%* W i*,i"* Alco. = &ersonal computer in 'omments ,ection deleted (18-9 Op r$tio"s+ Utilit# Room = 7pdate (18-11 P,otocop# Alco. = In appropriate combine with &rinter :ax *lcove added to 'omments ,ection (18-19 Pri"t r + '$! Alco. = In appropriate combine with &rinter :ax *lcove added to 'omments ,ection (18-15 Prop rt# Stor = *n after hours secure shute shall be provided from the general corridor into either the /rug ,tore$ ,ecure <oom or &roperty ,tore for depositing small +uantities of drugs$ "ewellery etc. added to 'omments ,ection (18-1; R c ptio"ist + T#pist = deleted (18-19 R cor&s Stor = )inimum siDe ; m2 added to comment$ *rea changed to ,iDe To ,uite. (18-21 R cor&s + St$tio" r# Stor = )inimum siDe 22 m2 added to comment$ *rea changed to ,iDe To ,uite. (18-21 S c%r Stor = *rea changed to ,iDe To ,uite. *n after hours secure shute shall be provided from the general corridor into either the /rug ,tore$ ,ecure <oom or &roperty ,tore for depositing small +uantities of drugs$ "ewellery etc. added to 'omments ,ection (18-28 Stor s + St$tio" r# Stor = /eleted (18-29 T mpor$r# Prop rt# Stor = This space may be an area fenced off within the &roperty ,tore with direct access from the general corridor$ a sperate room or part of the &roperty Cfficer Cffice added to 'omments ,ection. :inishes ,ection 7pdated. 111-15 - I"ci& "t M$"$* m "t U"it M$"$* r - *dded 111-15 - C$s M$"$* r - *dded 911-11 = <eception = Cne wor! station deleted. ( June 2118 PLANNING GUIDELINES POLICE VEHICLE PAR0ING COMPOUND The design of buildings$ gates and fences should$ where possible$ restrict the view into the compound by passing vehicular or pedestrian traffic when gates are in the open position. . TECHNICAL DESIGN GUIDELINES SECURIT7 DESIGN GUIDELINES SATELLITE STATIONS Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& -o public access to rear of the station. 'onsideration should be given to the provision of signage to discourage public intrusion into the &olice ?ehicle 'ompound. The security compound perimeter fencing shall be 2.1) in height 2sub"ect to %6* re+uirements as applicable3. The fence is to provide complete visual privacy for the compound area. 'onstruction is to be of smooth material to eliminate opportunities for persons gaining a foothold from the exterior. :ence posts$ rails or supports should be located on the inside of the fence. In areas susceptible to vandalism consideration should be given in providing three strands of barbed wire on top of the fence. i.e. where a fence abuts a right of way. REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 14

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)anual double gates or sliding gate 2s3 are to be included with the fencing. The gates shall provide complete visual privacy when closed and be constructed of suitable light-weight material to allow opening and closure to occur with the lowest possible amount of effort. )aterials used in the construction of gates and fences shall be in !eeping with buildings and other ad"acent fences and walls. Gxternal lighting is to operate on a &G cell$ with an override switch fitted. ''T? surveillance of the general compound shall be provided for medium to large satellite stations.. *dditional preventive security measures may be necessary where vandalism has occurred or where there is a high li!elihood that similar events may occur in future. In these cases$ the following would be recommendedB Installation of ''T? which provide coverage of the entire compound$ lin!ed to monitors in the 6eneral Cffice. &rovision for ''T? to be connected to a domestic ?'< to enable videotaping if re+uired.

-o proximity card access is re+uired to the security compound. DISTRICT COMPLE( Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& -o public access to rear of the station. 'onsideration should be given to the provision of signage to discourage public intrusion into the &olice ?ehicle 'ompound. The security compound perimeter fencing shall be 2.1) in height 2sub"ect to %6* re+uirements as applicable3. The fence is to provide complete visual privacy for the compound area. 'onstruction is to be of smooth material to eliminate opportunities for persons gaining a foothold from the exterior. #here possible$ posts$ rails or supports should be located on the inside of the fence. *ccess to the vehicle par!ing compound shall be by proximity card or electronically from the ,ecurity 'ommunications <oom utilising an integrated ''T? and intercom device. * remote gate release from the 6eneral Cffice shall be provided. 6ates should provide complete visual privacy when closed. )aterials used in the construction of gates and fences shall be in !eeping with buildings and other ad"acent fences and walls. Gxternal lighting is to operate on a &G cell$ with an override switch fitted. ''T? surveillance of the ,ally-port roller door and general compound shall be provided. *dditional preventive security measures may be necessary where vandalism has occurred or where there is a high li!elihood that similar events may occur in future. In these cases$ the following would be recommendedB Installation of ''T? which provide coverage of the entire compound$ lin!ed to monitors in the 6eneral Cffice. &rovision for ''T? to be connected to a domestic ?'< to enable 15

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS videotaping if re+uired. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES STRUCTURE 8 CEILINGS *dded 1.5 mm galvanised steel sheet pop riveted$ at 9(1 mm centreFs to underside of galvanised steel ceiling "oists welded together. 9 mm compressed fibre cement sheets shall be fully laminated to the underside of the galvanised sheet with K%i+uid -ailsL or e+ual e+uivalent and fixed with 91 mm counter sun! screws at a max of 9(1 mm centreFs. The galvanised sheet and compressed fibre cement sheets "oints shall be staggered. The compressed fibre cement sheets shall have butt "oints only$ located centrally over "oists. *ll screw holes to be filled with an epoxy filler and ground flush. *ll "oints to be filled with an approved filler. TECHNICAL CRITERIA SECURE CONSTRUCTION WALLS *dded 1.5 mm galvanised steel sheet pop riveted$ at 9(1 mm centreFs to underside of galvanised steel ceiling "oists welded together. 9 mm compressed fibre cement sheets shall be fully laminated to the underside of the galvanised sheet with K%i+uid -ailsL or e+ual e+uivalent and fixed with 91 mm counter sun! screws at a max of 9(1 mm centreFs. The galvanised sheet and compressed fibre cement sheets "oints shall be staggered. The compressed fibre cement sheets shall have butt "oints only$ located centrally over "oists. *ll screw holes to be filled with an epoxy filler and ground flush. *ll "oints to be filled with an approved filler. . or CEILINGS *dded 1.5 mm galvanised steel sheet pop riveted$ at 9(1 mm centreFs to underside of galvanised steel ceiling "oists welded together. 9 mm compressed fibre cement sheets shall be fully laminated to the underside of the galvanised sheet with K%i+uid -ailsL or e+ual e+uivalent and fixed with 91 mm counter sun! screws at a max of 9(1 mm centreFs. The galvanised sheet and compressed fibre cement sheets "oints shall be staggered. The compressed fibre cement sheets shall have butt "oints only$ located centrally over "oists. *ll screw holes to be filled with an epoxy filler and ground flush. *ll "oints to be filled with an approved filler. 19 ,eptember 2118 PLANNING GUIDELINES INTERNAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS *dded staff entrance. In stations with a ,ally-port or a remote %oc!upFs a separate detainee entry into the 'ustodial *rea may be provided. *n external door into an enclosed amenities courtyard may also be provided. <efer to Technical 'riteria = ,ecurity /esign 6uidelines P 'ustodial /esign 6uidelines = /etainee Gntry. TECHNICAL CRITERIA SECURIT7 *dded * exit to an enclosed external courtyard associated with the amenities room may also be provided. TECHNICAL CRITERIA SECURIT7 DESIGN GUIDELINES *dded Am "iti s Door The amenities door shall be fitted with an external proximity card reader$ REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 16

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS which shall operate an electric stri!e door loc!. Inside handle always free. The door shall be interlin!ed with the staff entry in a manner that prevents both doors being open at the same time. 19 -ovember 2118 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES PADDED CELL /eleted 19mm open cell industrial sponge or 12.( mm thic! cor! tiles adhered to the structure. *ll "oints shall be tightly butted. welded vinyl shall be adhered to the padding. Gnsure no "oint in vinyl occurs in the same location as "oints in foam. 'ove vinyl floor up wall to ceiling in one length from ceiling to ceiling. *ll corners shall be coved with a vinyl or solid cor! 82 mm fillet. *dhesives shall be in accordance with manufacturer specifications and relevant *ustralian ,tandards ?inyl sealant shall be metal lin! high solids sealant compatible with the vinyl. <efer to standard details %-812 Appro. & P$&& & C ll P$&&i"* /unlop 19mm Elac! Elown Industrial ,ponge$ ,&-6 19, /unlop Industrial 81 =85 #ittenberg /rive$ 'anning ?ale$ #.*. 1; 9889 9111 12.(mm th 'or! Tiles W l& & Vi"#l Taraflex ,port ) 25.2 mm thic!3 :oam Eac!ed ?inyl. )ondosport 0& 25.2 mm thic!3 :oam Eac!ed ?inyl. -ovaplas 14 'atalano <oad 'anning ?ale$ #.*. &h 1; 99(( 22; :ax 1; 99(( 2151 Appro. & P$&& & C ll P$&&i"* *dded Gntyre <ubber ,ystems <eclaim Industries$ 54 )iguel <oad$ Eibra %a!e$ #* 1; 991; ;199 6old )edal ,afety &adding &C Eox 5$ <ed 0ill$ S%/. 19 1941 (4;4 INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION The 'ode provides a comprehensive but flexible$ set of standards from which a building brief can be prepared. The brief describes the functional$ technical$ planning and activity space re+uirements for *rchitects and Gngineers involved in designing police accommodation. The standards are based on four !ey underlying principlesB :acility staff numbersI ,ervice /elivery philosophy Cperational functional re+uirementsI and 'orporate policy and strategic direction. * clear articulation and understanding of these principles will ensure that the building brief provides a facility that is not only functional and flexible but also 17

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS value for money. 11 /ecember 2118 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS %ight fitting added - ?anguard ,eries '?;11$ 0.I.%ighting 119 Eroadway$ Eassendean$ #.*. &h 1; 9844 1822 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES 'I(TURE CHARGE DOC0 - SIGNAGE * charge doc! is a facility provided for the temporary isolation of detainees$ under constant supervision$ in situations where there is a ris! of assault to officers during the preferring of charges. &rovide a self adhesive sign$ 1811mm x 9(mm$ to the external face of the top frame of the charge doc!. The sign shall have 21mm high red 2the word QImportantF only3 and blac! upper case lettering on a safety yellow bac!ground. The typeface shall be 0elvetica Gxtra Eold. The wording of the sign shall beB
I)&C<T*-TB 7-/G< -C 'I<'7),T*-'G, *<G &G<,C-, TC EG %G:T 7-,7&G<?I,G/ I- '0*<6G /C'N.

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CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES STRUCTURE 8 CEILINGS Optio" @ - compressed fibre cement changed to villaboard TECHNICAL CRITERIA SECURE CONSTRUCTION CEILINGS Optio" @ - 'ompressed fibre cement changed to villaboard

9 June 2119

TECHNICAL CRITERIA 'IRE AND SMO0E DETECTION AND CONTROL D l t & St$tio" "ot co"ti"%$ll# m$"" & Ait, %"$tt "& & or o. r"i*,t C%sto&i$l '$ciliti s -loc?%p1 The extent and design of the smo!e detection system shall be based on the assessed ris!$ both malicious and unintentional and the response time 2police and fire brigade3. The smo!e detection system installed in the custodial facilities shall be extended into the station$ on a s!eletal basis$ typically one detector per 811m2. Typically smo!e detectors should be located ad"acent to the 1 hour fire barrier$ both within the station and the roof space with particular reference to penetrations. i.e. doorsI in main corridors and high ris! areasI and near return air spill air duct2s3. *larm monitoring shall be onsite and offsite via a dedicated line to the local fire brigade and via the Glectronic 'ontrol ,ystem. In towns without monitoring by the local fire brigade offsite alarm monitoring shall be only via the Glectronic 'ontrol ,ystem. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES SMO0E DETECTION /eleted from first dot point or on the ceiling as per detail %-891

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS STANDARD SPECI'ICATION AND DETAILS INDE( /eleted L-@G: D c6 EG 'ir D t ctor G%$r& 4 July 2119 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES WALL ELEMENTS DOORS The door loc!s to doors within the 'ustodial 0olding area shall be 'hubb 'ustodian %oc!$ without a latch release button and !eyed both sides and all !eyed ali!e. #here the custody area is "ointly used by &olice and /epartment of Justice all 'hubb 'ustodian %oc!s in both facilities shall be !eyed ali!e. The 'hubb 'ustodian %oc! shall be uni+uely !eyed for each police station custody area. 7nder no circumstances are loc!s across multiple custody areas to be !eyed ali!e. ; Cctober 2119 ACITIVIT7 SPACE 3:16@ Cl $" rs Room *rea increased to 2.(m2 and *d"ustable shelving 1;11mm high x 911mm wide x 511mm deep added CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES WALL ELEMENTS BUILTIN 'URNITURE 8 CHARGE ROOM * clear full height wall area 2111 mm wide$ minimum$ used as bac!ground for detainee photographs$ shall be painted with a wash and wear low sheen paint. 'olour /ulux )aster &alette 6alactic Elue 11E6 42 1;1. <eference to stool removed. 3:1-D SHOWER CHANGE ROOM 0andbasin *dded 8 /ecember 2112 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES DESIGN CRITERIA COMMUNICATION S7STEMS 8 CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES ALARM CONTROL PANEL Text in bold added 'ell *larm ,ystem illuminated buDDer mute buttons -# lloA LED st $&#1J when muted light to remain onI tamper indicator lights -r & LED st $&#1K buDDer test switchI duress indicator lights -r & LED )l$s,i"*1K and power on switch -*r " LED st $&#16 *udio )onitoring ,ystem illuminated cell selection switches -# lloA LED )l$s,i"* 8 c$ll r F% stJ *r " LED st $&# 8 c$ll $cc pt &1K cell audio monitoring volume controls$ illuminated cell radio music selection switches$ audio monitoring spea!er including volume control$ and microphoneI In large custodial facilities$ a dedicated printer or &ersonal 'omputer shall be attached to the 'ell *larm and *udio )onitoring system for alarm logging. The logging device should be located in the ,ecurity 'ommunications <oom or 'ommunications <oom *lcove and shall be programmed to log the time$ date and cell number of all defined activities. 'urrently$ The defined list of activities includes buDDer mute on off$ cell alarm call and reset$ cell call ac!nowledge and REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 19

22 Cctober 2119

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS cell call r s t $"& t$mp r6 cancel. T, co"trol p$" l s,$ll ,ol& %p to 1J::: . "ts B )or o. r Ariti"* t, )irst . "t6 T, . "t lo* s,$ll "ot B lost i) t, co"trol p$" l loos s poA r6 #hen activated B# & pr ssi"* t, c ll $l$rm B%tto" an intermittent buDDer on t, co"trol p$" l-s1 $"& + or ot, rAis loc$t &J shall sound and a # lloA flashing LED light appear o" t, $ co"trol p$" l-s1 i"&ic$ti"* t, c ll + ,ol&i"* room c$lli"* $"& Aill r m$i" )l$s,i"* %"til t, c$ll is $c?"oAl &* & .. :urthermore$ an %G/ light$ incorporated in the c ll $l$rm B%tto" $"& i" t, c ll $l$rm reset button plate located outside the cell ,ol&i"* room re+uiring assistance$ shall be illuminated to show t, c$ll ,$s r *ist r &6 This alarm shall only be reset outside the cell ,ol&i"* room in alarm. The intermittent buDDer shall be capable of being muted at the control panel if a detainee is creating a nuisance in using the alarm. The mute shall automatically reset after a predetermined time period$ typically five minutes. The loudness of the buDDer on the mimic panel in the 6eneral Cffice shall enable staff to clearly hear it. 'onsideration shall also be given to the installation of a small ceiling mounted strobe light activated when the buDDer sounds. The mute must automatically reset upon the alarm B i"* r s t $t t, $l$rm r s t B%tto"6 )uting the 'ell *larm buDDer shall not alter the operation of the indicating %G/$ which shall remain on until t, r s t B%tto" is & pr ss & $"& t, $l$rm c$ll cl $r & )rom t, s#st m6 The alarm call shall electrically latch$ so that only momentary use of the $l$rm push button in the cell will activate the alarm$ remaining on at the both "omi"$t & locations until the alarm reset button o%tsi& t, c$lli"* c ll + ,ol&i"* room is & pr ss &6 T, c ll $l$rm s#st m s,$ll B t$mp r mo"itor & $t t, co"trol p$" l6 AUDIO MONITORING S7STEM I" $c?"oAl &*i"* $ C ll Al$rmJ t, "orm$l op r$tio" o) t, $%&io mo"itori"* s#st m is 16 Corr spo"&i"* C ll Al$rm $cti.$tio" LED -# lloA1 )l$s, sK 46 Pr ss corr spo"&i"* c ll<s + ,ol&i"* rooms c$ll co"" ct B%tto" to m%t t, C ll Al$rm B%II r6 O" li" LED *r " Aill li*,t $"& # lloA LED is o))K @6 Us t, t l p,o" ,$"&s t to t$l? to t, c$ll rK $"& G6 O" compl tio" o) t, c$llJ c$"c l t, co"" ctio" B# r s ti"* t, C ll Al$rm o%tsi& t, c ll + ,ol&i"* room B# & pr ssi"* t, C ll R s t B%tto" or A, r CCTV is i"st$ll & i" t, c llJ B# %s o) t, C$ll R s t B%tto" o" t, co"trol p$" l A, " i"st$ll &6 )uting the 'ell *larm in one location shall cancel all buDDers. The mute will automatically reset upon cancellation of the call. )uting the 'ell *larm buDDer shall not alter operation of the indicating light. T, # lloA LED s,$ll )l$s, %"til t, c$ll is r spo"& & to or r s t6 which is to remain on until cancelled. The mute shall automatically reset to on and activate the buDDers after a predetermined mute time period$ typically five minutes. T, c ll sp $? rs )or t, A%&io Mo"itori"* S#st m s,$ll B A$t r r sist$"t -)or pip & m%sic $"& .oic comm%"ic$tio"1 $"& t, microp,o" -)or so%"& mo"itori"*1 s,$ll B it, rL B ,i"& $" $ppro. & c ili"* mo%"t & st$i"l ss st l )ro"t pl$t -s16 T, pl$t s,$ll B 4mm Br%s, & st$i"l ss Ait, t$mp r r sist$"t scr As6 It s,$ll ,$. $ @ mm B$))l Ait, o))s t ,ol s $"& $ Mmicrop,o" o"> LED B ,i"& $ pol#c$rBo"$t l "s6 T, st$i"l ss st l )ro"t pl$t s,$ll B )i! & to $ , $.#-&%t# A$ll Bo! Ait, si! o)) @ mm st$i"l ss st l pop ri. ts6 R c ss mo%"t t, $Bo. %"it $ppro!im$t l# i" t, c "tr o) t, c ili"*6 I) t,is is "ot possiBl J r c ss i" $ A$ll imm &i$t l# %"& r t, c ili"*6 T, )ro"t )$c o) t, REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 20

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS st$i"l ss st l pl$t s,$ll B )l%s, Ait, t, c ili"* + A$ll s%r)$c $"& )r o) $"# *$psK Ho%s & i" $ $ppro. & CCTV c$m r$ ,o%si"*K

A t$mp r $l$rm s,$ll so%"& $t t, co"trol p$" l i) t, %"it is r mo. &6 Op r$tio" $"& $&C%stm "t o) t, s#st m is critic$l toL Ac,i . $ sp $? r .ol%m l . l so $s to B cl $rl# , $r& Ait,i" t, c ll + ,ol&i"* roomK $"& E"$Bl t, microp,o" to & t ct r spo"s s $t "orm$l .oic l . ls $"#A, r i" t, c ll + c ll ,ol&i"* room6 CELLJ E(ERCISE 7ARD OR SECURIT7 COMPOUND 'ell cameras shall operate on 12/' or 29? *'G%? supply only. DURESS ALARM - CUSTODIAL 'ACILITIES The activated alarm shall be !ey reset at the activated push button switch o"l#6 O"c t, D%r ss B%tto" is ? # r s tJ t, $l$rm Aill c$"c l )rom t, Co"trol P$" l $"& t, r & LED !ti"*%is,6 APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS D l t & Javelin ?ideo ,urveillance ,ystems ,uite 5$ 45 'anning 0wy$ ?ictoria &ar!$ #.*. &h 1; 9851 9599 PRO/ECT LEADERS GUIDELINES NETWOR0 COMPONENTS BUDGETS Text in bold added SECURIT7 MANAGEMENT S7STEM COMPUTER6 T, comp%t rs sp ci)ic$tio" $"& co")i*%r$tio" & t$ils s,$ll B s%ppli & B# t, s c%rit# s#st m co"tr$ctor or commissio" & l ctric$l "*i" r6 T, comp%t r s,$ll B st$"& $lo" $"& loc$t & i" t, PAB( + DATA Comm%"ic$tio"s Room to pr . "t %"$%t,oris & t$mp ri"*6 ,G'7<ITH &' - ,mall ,tation 'onfiguration ,ecurity &' specifications and budget costs will be supplied by the ,ecurity ,ystem supplier. ,IG)G-, &' - %arge ,tation 'onfiguration The security machine in these larger environments should be setup in the communications area as a multi-purpose security machine. ,ecurity &' specifications and budget costs will be supplied by the ,ecurity ,ystem supplier. 8 /ecember 2119 TECHNICAL CRITERIA COMMUNICATIONS CABLING + TELECOMMUNICATION AND DATA E9UIPMENT ROOM-S1 Eold text added. * 19 inch common rac!ing system shall typically house theB &atch &anelsI )/:$ T&:$ etcI 0ub2s3I <outerI -T12s3I and &*EM Ney ,ystem S c%rit# M$"$* m "t S#st m Comp%t rJ Pro.isio" s,$ll B m$& i" t, REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 21

8 /ecember 2119

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS i"st$ll$tio" to "$Bl $s# st$)) $cc ss to "$Bl r .i A o) $%&it lo*sJ r pro*r$mmi"* pro!imit# c$r&s tc6 LAN s r. r6

Pro.isio" s,$ll B m$& )or t, r l .$"t r cor&s $"& F%ipm "t m$"%$ls6 The ,iemens ,ecurity ,ystem personal computer and the %*- server shall be located on a built-in wor!bench ;11mm 2w3 x 1(11 mm 2l3 x 4(1mm 2h3$ located ad"acent to the rac!ing system. The wor!bench shall be designed to enable &olice ,ervice communications staff to sit at the bench when programming repairing the telecommunication and data e+uipment and include the provision of storage for relevant records and e+uipment manuals. SECURIT7 ELECTRONIC CONTROL S7STEM *ll police stations shall have a #indows -T based ,iemens *dvantage,ecurity 'ontrol ,ystem which shall integrate and controlB access via the WAPS "omi"$t & &roximity 'ard ,ystemI the intruder alarm systemI and the fire detection system. data gathering point to be located at the discretion of the installer i" t, "omi"$t & s c%r ris rsK

The ,ystem shall be compatible with other related systems detailed within Police Building Code. the following microprocessors and card readersB -T 1; %ocal &rocessor 7nitI 'M; %ocal &rocessor 7nitI -T1( %ocal *larm &rocessor 7nitI -T 12 %ocal &rocessor 7nitI 0I/ 07(89(-1&roximity <eaders and 'ardsI and 0I/ 07 182(-85 &roximity 'ard 2site specific3. The ,ystem shall be installed under the construction contract. and located on the wor!bench in the 'abling Telecommunication and /ata G+uipment <oom. <efer to page 21. The #* &olice ,ervice will provide the personal computer$ to t, s%ppli rs sp ci)ic$tio"J value approximately T($111 to the contractor for programming and installation as part of the electronic control system. *llow 21 wor!ing days for supply from date of contractors notification to principal. * disc copy of the ,iemens component pricing schedule is available for estimating purposes from the /0# 'ontract )anager PRO(IMIT7 CARDS /eleted The system shall be operated by 0I/ &roximity 'ards$ ordered customised to suit the &olice ,ervices existing system. The number of proximity cards provided shall e+ual the actual employment level plus two. The type of 0I/ card$ typically &rox'ard II$ to be confirmed with the #* &olice ,ecurity )anager. The proximity card readers shall be suitable for the location and card type. &rovide only one reader per door. *dded REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 22

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS The system shall be operated by the )otorola formatted *121T cards$ with nominated site code and )otorola protected protocol registered for the #*&, by )otorola. The number of proximity cards provided shall e+ual the actual employment level plus two. The )otorola card number se+uence to confirmed with the #* &olice &ro"ect %eader. The &olice format is listed as #* &olice password protected. This title should be used when ordering cards and card readers. The proximity card readers shall be a )otorola 'ard <eader to suit the #*&, registered protected protocol card format mounted to suit the location. &rovide only one reader per door. 5 /ecember 2119 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES SALL7-PORT /G%GTG/ ?G0I'%G #I/T0 #I/T0 #I/T0 )*NG )C/G% I-'. #I-6 #IT0 *, *T )*<'0 1999 )I<<C<, ,I/G /CC<, C&G#1 #2 #8

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)I-I,T<H C: J7,TI'G &<I,C-G< T<*-,&C<T ?G0I'%G, )*>/* 9111 989 54; 2191 2121 9191 (4;1 52;1 2951 )*>/* 9111 T7<EC 2141 21(1 8991 58(1 58(1 2411 284 )IT,7EI,0I E7, 9;4 22;1 2891 91;1 ;5(1 94(1 2;21 TCHCT* 0I-*'G 14(1 2181 84(1 (911 5911 28(1 1;( ;11 )*>/* 2211 415 1411 1911 8911 (211 5111 21;1 )*>/* 2211 414 1411 1911 8911 (211 5111 21;1 )*>/* 2211 41; 1411 1911 8911 (211 5111 21;1 0I-C G,'C<T 2511 8;(1 5911 2;11 ?G0I'%G :or confirmation of )inistry of Justice &risoner Transport ?ehicle siDe contact )inistry of Justice Transport 6roup on 1; 9855 5991$ :ax 1; 9855 5954 ADDED DEPARTMENT O' /USTICE The /epartment of Justice have advised that$ following discussions with Gasifleet$ the specification for the largest secure vehicle. Is as follows. They have also advised that this standard has been accepted for the 'E/ 'ourts and needs to be used in the development of the ,upreme 'ourt sally port and for sally ports developed in all courts and prisons in the future. Type and )odel of ?ehicleB I,7>7 :?H 1911 %ong %ength of ?ehicleB 11$;4( 211$19(mm vehicleR 4(1mm for bull bar and tow bar3 0eight of ?ehicleB 8$9(1mm #idth of ?ehicleB 2$(11mm It is important to leave sufficient room along both sides and at the rear of the vehicle to allow doors to open wide without forcing the officers to wor! in a confined space with prisoners. STANDARD DETAILS /eleted * complete set of standard details stamped preliminary will be issued with the brief. The commissioned consultant shall re+uest a set of non-preliminary REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 23

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS standard details$ "ust prior to completing the tender documentation$ from the /epartment of 0ousing P #or!s 'ontract )anager. #here re+uired$ the standard specification will be issued with the brief. The commissioned consultant shall review$ complete and incorporate the information in the contract specification.

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GENERAL L-4:1 1E No.6 EH Hi"* & + V rtic$l Sli&i"* N$m Bo$r& Br$c? t L-4:4 1E No.6 EH Hi"* & + V rtic$l Sli&i"* C$m r$ Br$c? t L-4:E M$# E3 S c%rit# Compo%"& B$rB c% L-@:1A 4 M$# EH P$&& & C ll - I"&%stri$l Spo"* $"& Vi"#l Li"i"*6 L-@:4 1H M$r6 EH P$&& & C ll - Cor? $"& Vi"#l Li"i"*6 L-@:4A 4 M$# EH P$&& & C ll - I"&%stri$l Spo"* $"& Vi"#l Li"i"*6 L-@:@ M$# E3 P$&& & C ll D t$ils - Cor? $"& Vi"#l Li"i"*6 L-@:@A 4 M$# EH P$&& & C ll D t$ils - I"&%stri$l Spo"* $"& Vi"#l Li"i"*6 L-@:G M$# E3 P$&& & C ll D t$ils- Cor? $"& Vi"#l Li"i"*6 L-@:GA 1 M$# E; P$&& & C ll D t$ils - I"&%stri$l Spo"* $"& Vi"#l Li"i"* 8 Do%Bl R B$t L-@:GB 1 M$# E; P$&& & C ll D t$ils - I"&%stri$l Spo"* $"& Vi"#l Li"i"* 8 Si"*l R B$t L-@:H M$# E3 T#pic$l C ll Door 5 Wi"&oA El .$tio"s6 L-311 Oct. 95 Concrete Encasement Of Existing Toilet Pan. L-@4@ ' B6 E3 B & Pli"t, D t$ils -Co"cr t 5 W$t rproo) Pl#16 -Do Not Us Wit,o%t Appro.$l16 )-919 ?ideo Interview <oom Table 11 A%*6 E3 St$"&$r& 'ir $rm C$Bi" ts P r)orm$"c Sp ci)ic$tio" 'L-;:1B 'L-;:161B :%-418 :%-419 :%-41( :%-415 ''-D:1 ::-;12 ::-;1( ::-;15 ::-;14 ::-;11 ::-;11 ::-;12 ::-;18 ::-;19 ; /ecember 2119 13 Oct EH 13 Oct EH P rso"$l St$tio" r# Loc? r -T#p 116 P rso"$l St$tio" r# Loc? r -T#p 416 Eench 'ler! Table Ear Table 'rash ,ection - /es! )ounted :iling 7nits ,C'C Gvidence 'ollection Trolley W,it Bo$r& &inboard #itness /oc! *ccused /oc! *rmoury G+uipment ,tore ,helving ,C'C , , ,in! P :lushing Eowl :'* - :irearm 'abinet 221 <ev. and ; <ifles3 :'E - :irearm 'abinet 29( <ev. and 9 <ifles3 &'1 - &istol 'abinet 28 <ev.3 <'1 - <ifle 'abinet 2; <ifles3

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'ORMULA LEGEND D l t & 3:@-14 PERSONAL STATIONER7 LOC0ER ALCOVE %ess than 11 double loc!ers 3:@'14 @ 22 Total -umber of 0ot /es!ing ,taff x 1.2 3 23 x &,% s+ m )ore than 11 double loc!ers 3:@'14 @ 222 Total -umber of 0ot /es!ing ,taff x 1.2 3 23 x &,% s+ m3 x 1.4( &,% Type 1 @ 1.55s+ m &,% Type 2 @ 1.;(s+ m &,% Type 8 @ 1.12s+ m A&& & 3:@-14 PERSONAL STATIONER7 LOC0ER ALCOVE

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS %ess than 11 double loc!ers 3:@'14 @ 22 Total -umber of 0ot /es!ing ,taff x 1.2 3 23 x 1.12 s+ m )ore than 11 double loc!ers 3:@'14 @ 222 Total -umber of 0ot /es!ing ,taff x 1.2 3 23 x 1.12 s+ m3 x 1.4( ; /ecember 2119 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES P$&& & C ll A&& & *ll internal corners shall be 8(mm coved corners. *ll external corners shall be rounded. <efer to standard detail %-811. PLANNING GUIDELINES USEABLE 'LOOR AREA D l t & Gnclosed 18 )anages staff in a region and or very large pro"ects. ,mall meetings ?isual and speech privacy. Eranch 0ead or e+uivalent professional officer. Inspectors A&& & Gnclosed 1( )anages staff in a region$ facility and or very large pro"ects. ,mall meetings ?isual and speech privacy. Eranch 0ead or e+uivalent professional officer. Inspector ,tation Cfficer in 'harge ACTIVIT7 SPACE DATA SHEETS 111-9 Cfficer in 'harge P 911-1 *ssistant /istrict Cfficer *rea increased to 1(m2$ round table and 9 chairs added. 'offee table in 911-1 deleted STANDARD SPECI'ICATION 5 DETAIL INDE( /etails amended %-889 15 /ec 19 6laDed 'ell /oor 2 6laDed &anel 9(5 mm x ;21 mm 3. %-889* 15 /ec 19 6laDed 'ell /oor 2 6laDed &anel 1189 mm x ;21 mm 3. %-889E 15 /ec 19 6laDed 'ell /oor #ith :ood Tray ,lot 26laDed &anel 1189 mm x ;21 mm3. %-88( 15 /ec 19 6laDed 'ell /oor /etails 2 6laDed &anel 9(5 mm x ;21 mm 3. %-88(* 15 /ec 19 6laDed 'ell /oor /etails 26laDed &anel 1189 mm x ;21 mm3. %-88(E 15 /ec 19 6laDed 'ell /oor #ith :ood Tray ,lot 26laDed &anel 1189 mm x ;21 mm3. PLANNING DESIGN GUIDELINES WALL MURALS The painting of murals on the walls of a police station offers a uni+ue opportunity to enhance local police community relationships and brea!down some of the community perceptions of a police station. *ny proposal shall comply with the following conditionsB it is understood by all involved that the artwor! is not classified as Kpublic artL and thus can be painted over in the futureI the location of the art wor! shall be approved$ in writing$ by the /istrict ,uperintendentI the facility Cfficer In 'harge shall ensure the mural content is appropriate$ does offend cultural sensitivities and maintains the professional image of the &olice serviceI removal cost to be funded by the /istrict if removal re+uired outside normal restoration maintenance programsI the /istrict ,uperintendent shall ensure all legal issues are addressed prior to wor! commencing e.g. public liability insurance$ etc.I the station or district shall fund or ma!e arrangement to maintain the muralI and 25

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS 1 )arch 211( any damage to the facility e.g. paint spills$ shall be either rectified by the artists or /epartment of 0ousing P #or!s at the /istricts cost.

STANDARD DETAILS %-811 ; /ec 19 &added 'ell changed to %-812 :eb 1( &added 'ell %-884 )ay 9( 6laDed 'ell :ront changed to %-884 :eb 1( 6laDed 'ell :ront %-88; )ay 9( 6laDed 'ell :ront /etails changed to %-88; :eb 1( 6laDed 'ell :ront /etails %-88;* )ay 9( 6laDed 'ell :ront /etails = deleted CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES SPECIALIST ACITVIT7 SPACE DETAILS DETAINEE E(IT * detaineeFs shall be released directly into an external public area. The escorting of detainees through the station to the public foyer or releasing them into the &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound presents a ris! to police staff and property. The exit shallB be well lit externallyI have ''T? coverage to an internal monitor above the doorI not be a fire escapeI have an internal staff duress button ad"acent to the doorI and have no glaDing in the door or ad"acent to the exit The door shall open out and be fitted with an internal handle and proximity card reader$ which shall operate an electric stri!e door loc!. -o external door hardware or proximity card reader shall be provided. The door shall be interlin!ed with the staff entry in a manner that prevents both doors being open at the same time.

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STANDARD DETAILS /etails % 212 to %21; 'harge /oc! and :%411.2E &ersonal ,tationery %oc!er 2Type 83 updated CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES T, )olloAi"* ,$s B " & l t & CHARGE ROOM * colour ''T? camera2s3 and recorder system shall be provided in the 'harge <ooms of all /istrict 'omplexes and satellite stations with overnight detention facilities or a high charge rate. The installed system shall have the following featuresB real time video and audio recordingI recording activated by motion detection within the roomI time date stamped recordingI ; hour recording period before tape change necessary or automatic tape recorder changeoverI instantaneous or overlap tape changeover for continuityI continuous system status monitoring including end of tape$ recording failure on all ?T<As$ video failure$ camera failure and power failure alarmsI automatic reset after power failureI automatic allocation to standby ?T<AsI and automatic recording guarantee. The camera2s3 shall be positioned to provide complete ''T? and audio coverage of the room. The recording e+uipment shall be located in a loc!ed cupboard$ with ade+uate ventilation in$ in full view of the ''T? camera within the 'harge <oom. The system shall record tape changes.

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-o monitors are re+uired. SALL7-PORT + DETAINEE ENTR7 * colour ''T? camera2s3 and recorder system shall be installed with the following featuresB real time video and audio recordingI recording activated by motion detection within the roomI time date stamped recordingI ; hour recording period before tape change necessary or automatic tape recorder changeoverI instantaneous or overlap tape changeover for continuityI continuous system status monitoring including end of tape$ recording failure on all ?T<As$ video failure$ camera failure and power failure alarmsI automatic reset after power failureI automatic allocation to standby ?T<AsI and automatic recording guarantee. The camera2s3 shall be positioned to provide complete ''T? and audio coverage of the activity space. The recording e+uipment shall be located in a loc!ed cupboard$ with ade+uate ventilation in$ in full view of the ''T? camera within the 'harge <oom. The system shall record tape changes. )onitors are to be located in the 6eneral Cffice. T, )olloAi"* ,$s B " $&& &L CHARGE ROOM + SALL7-PORT + DETAINEE ENTR7 * colour ''T? camera2s3 and /igital ?ideo <ecorder with inclusive *udio 2/?<*3 system shall be provided in the 'harge <ooms of all /istrict 'omplexes and satellite stations with overnight detention facilities or a high charge rate. The installed /?<* system shall meet the re+uirements of K&erformance ,pecification :or /igital ?ideo <ecorder #ith Inclusive *udio ,ectionL and have the following featuresB The /?<* shall be 19L <ac! mountable in the secure e+uipment enclosures located under camera supervision in the 'harge <oom. The /?<* shall have front panel controls and a %*- connection for remote operation under multiple password protection$ 2when connected3. The re+uirements for a remote connection or remote &' for any or all function programming or viewing is not acceptable and re"ected. *rchiving and recovery of images may occur directly from the /?<* by connection of a /?/ burner or other nominated archiving device. *ll controls on the front panel shall be displayable on the local monitor for viewing and programming. The video data burned to /?/$ '/ or floppy dis! shall be auto starting once the images have been transferred from the /?<* to the dis!. #hen the archived dis! is inserted into any #indowsU platform the video shall auto start. The /?<* shall have a minimum of four audio inputs selectable to any camera and connect with an audio mixer as re+uired. The /?<* shall provide 91 days recording of a minimum of three cameras at ,?0, image resolution 2421 x (45 2;;3 with a minimum of 5 images per second per camera. 0igher image rates may be provided if available. %ower +uality settings for recording to 91 days shall be re"ected. The consultant shall ensure that where more than three cameras are re+uired$ allowance for the image +uality and recording days are assessed to ensure all cameras are recorded for 91 days at the image +uality stated. REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 27

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS The /?<* shall be configurable to provide motion activated or alarm activated recording as nominated for each camera room and provide a minimum record$ archive and playbac! resolutions of 2421 x (45 2;;3 in all operational modes for the frame rates re+uired for all cameras. *ll recorded information shall be date time stamped and stored within event files for easy retrieval. 0ave both a 51 second pre buffer and minimum of 51 second post buffer. Eoth buffers shall be ad"ustable and operate in all modes of operation. 7pon alarm activation$ automatically and instantaneously record the pre buffer to the 0ard /is! /rive 20//3$ change individual or global picture record rates for associated alarm cameras$ without effecting recording continuity$ record the event until the alarm resets or the movement ceases then record the post buffer. 0ave alarm inputs for movement detectors$ cameras$ -C -' inputs$ and relay outputs. The ability to view live$ recorded or 0// archived images and audio simultaneously$ while still recording. *ll recorded information shall be accessible without disruption to the recording process. 0ave a :irst In :irst Cut 2:I:C3 recording to overwrite previously recorded information when the 0// storage is full. 0ave real time video and audio recording. *utomatic recording guarantee. 0ave continuous system status monitoring including recording failure of a 0//$ video failure$ camera failure and power failure alarms. *larms to be provide via output connector on the /?<* for input to other systems. 0ave automatic reset and startup after power failureI The /?<* 0// storage shall be expandable within the unit or with an addon expansion module2s3 matched to the /?<*. The /?<* 0// shall be full formatted <*I/ ( configuration to allow recovery of data from a 0// failure. Third party 0// configurations$ which are not hot swappable with the /?<* are not acceptable and re"ected. The /?<* 0// expansion units will allow configuration of each site depending on number of cameras and dis! storage to provide 91 days recording. )irroring is not acceptable and re"ected.

* /?/ burner for archiving shall be provided with the /?<* to archive selected images to /?/. *s stated above$ selected images may be burned to dis! at any time. These images shall auto played on any #indowsU platform. The re+uirement for special software to play bac! any archived dis! is unacceptable and re"ected. *rchiving to videotape or separate removable 0// shall also be available if re+uired but not supplied with the /?<*. The camera2s3 shall be positioned to provide complete ''T? and audio coverage of the 'harge <oom$ ,ally &ort and /etainee Gntry as re+uired at each site. * monitor shall be provided with each installation and installed within the recording enclosure. The monitor shall be a %'/ flat screen 12L or 1(L to suit the enclosure. *ll programming$ playbac!$ review and archiving shall occur from the front panel controls on the /?<* and viewed on the monitor. The recording e+uipment shall be 19L rac! mounted and located in a loc!ed security cupboard in full view of the ''T? camera within the 'harge <oom. -o monitors are re+uired for the 'harge <oom cameraFs. ,ally-&ort and /etainee Gntry monitors shall be located in the 6eneral Cffice.

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Required Features
Model mage Com!ression "y!e )ecord mage )esolution *PA+, mage )ecord )ate *Ad9ustable,

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A Non PC based system or PC based system meeting these requirements. Both must be 19 rack mountable within the enclosure An a!!ro#ed MP$% & or MP$% ' com!ression or (a#elet -&. / &0012-3 *PA+ 4ull 4ield14rame, 56%A *NB7 Clearly state whether recording is 4ull 4rame *-&. / 2-3, or 4ull 4ield *-&. / &00, )ecording, 8or the mage )ecord )ate Minimum 2. !ictures !er sec : 4ull PA+ *-&./&0012-3, )esolution %lobal *o#er all #ideo in!uts; !er unit, ndi#idually selectable 8or each Camera 8rom 1<1&!!s *Any 4rame )ate at Any Picture =uality; with Motion >n or >88, 3 81sec *PA+, !er camera Continuous; Alarm initiated. "ime scheduled; Per o!erators command; Pre and Post alarm recording with 3. sec !re and 1&. sec !ost; 6ideo motion recording Pro#ide recording o8 all cameras at 8ull 8ield18rame rate *-&./&0012-3,. Pro#ide !layback o8 all cameras at 8ull 8ield18rame rate *-&./&0012-3,. "he system shall not reduce the image quality to smaller 8ield18rame 8or com!ression. 13 loo!<through *minimum, 1 6%A 6ideo >ut!ut *minimum, & Com!osite 6ideo >ut!uts +i#e *minimum, Minimum o8 ' audio in!uts !rogrammable to a #ideo in!ut must be !ro#ided with each unit. Minimum o8 & audio out!uts. $thernet #ia "CP1 P *+AN1(AN; P5"N; 5?N; /?5+; $tc, 1 !er #ideo channel minimum o8 13 1 !er #ideo channel minimum o8 13 1 *minimum, 1 / 1.11..Mb!s 5tandard "CP1 P *network,; )5&@& *P"A control, Bes *mouse C 9oystick inter8ace, >!tional as required. Point C Click ?e#ice 8or all >!erations ndi#idually 5electable 8or $ach Camera *Any Picture =uality at Any 4rame )ate; with Motion >n or >88, ncludes Camera name; 5ite name; 5ite address and "ime1?ate "e/t DP$%; MP$% onto Auto !lay disk 8rom (indows Media !layer Auto >ldest EFours or "ime +ine<Manual 5elect to ?6? burner onto auto !lay disk without use o8 s!ecial !layback so8tware. Pro#ide 91 days minimum storage 8or all cameras. Pro!osed storage G &2. %B ?$ Fard ?ri#e1?ri#es in )A ? 2 con8iguration. *minimum ' o88 nternal e/!anded F??s, Picture in Picture; 1/1; &/&; '/' *minimum, B$5. *Playback; )ecord; Archi#e; )e#iew; and "ransmit 5imultaneously, 5tart15to! )ecording; 5et u! Parameters *=uality; 4rame )ate; Motion; etc., Point C Click "ime +ine; nde/ "ime 5egment "ree 5elect Play 4orward1)e#erse; 4rame 4orward1)e#erse; Dum! 4orward1Back 5electable Per Camera with Ad9ustable 5ensiti#ity and Aone ?is!lay. *Alarm indication1noti8ication u!on Acti#ity ?etection, 1minute Pre<Alarm and u! to & minutes Post Alarm *minimum, o!erating in all recording modes. B$5 *8ull 8rame image authentication, 5electable >!erator 4unctions *Password Protected,; 5electable >!erator +og 4ile; original Himage<secure 29

)ecording modes7 mage record1!layback

Com!osite 6ideo n!uts 6ideo >ut!uts Audio in!uts Audio out!uts Network nter8ace Alarm n!uts Alarm >ut!uts 5erial Comms n1>ut $thernet Comms Communications Protocol ntegrated P"A Control Controller Picture =uality *Ad9ustable, Print mage to PC Printer 6ideo mage $/!ort Archi#e 4ootage Main 5torage Medium *F??, with )A ? 2 con8iguration Main 5creen 6%A 6ideo ?is!lay Penta!le/ >!eration 5chedulable $#ents Play Back "ime1?ate 5earch Play Back 4unctions Acti#ity ?etection1Motion ?etection Pre C Post Alarm )ecording mage Authentication 5ecurity

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?imensions *w / d / h, $/!ansion F?? Bays to - "B 18 )ay 211(

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'&./00/@2.mm 19 )ack Mountable ?6) matched ' / F?? bays 1"B !er unit ma/ o8 se#en *-, units !er ?6).

TECHNICAL CRITERIA C$Bli"* + t l comm%"ic$tio" $"& &$t$ F%ipm "t Room-s1 A&& & a 291? *' power soc!et$ preferably separately fused at the electrical switchboard$ is re+uired close by the computer e+uipment cabinet for powering the fibre optic lin! e+uipment. *dditionally$ a minimum 2.(mm2 6reen Hellow protective earth terminating onto a Eonding Terminal is also re+uired close by the computer e+uipment cabinet. This must come from the main power distribution board. All poA r $"& $rt,i"* r F%ir m "ts $r to B p r)orm & B# $ F%$li)i & l ctrici$" $"& t, s $r r F%ir & prior t, F%ipm "t i"st$ll$tio"K ACTIVIT7 SPACES P%Blic 'o# rs 3:4 8 G + 3 + H
*utomatic /oor EuDDer with on off switch added Am "iti s Room 3:1 8 1 + 4 'hair rail added

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TECHNICAL CRITERIA W$ll $"& Col%m" A&& & In custodial and operational areas where walls may be sub"ect to damage from e+uipment worn by police personnel$ additional protection such as sheet vinyl to walls below dado level and corner guards should be provided. This finish is re+uired in all heavy traffic areas. e.g. main circulation corridors. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES W$lls A&& & In custodial and operational areas where walls may be sub"ect to damage from e+uipment worn by police personnel$ additional protection such as sheet vinyl to walls below dado level and corner guards should be provided. This finish is re+uired in all heavy traffic areas. e.g. main circulation corridors

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CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES T, )olloAi"* ,$s B " mo&i)i & CHARGE ROOM The /?<* system shall be 19L <ac! mountable in a tamper monitored secure e+uipment enclosures or secure cupboard located under full camera supervision in the 'harge *rea. The /?<* control unit$ monitor and /?/ burner shall be located in the rac! cupboard above 1211mm ::% to enable a person to stand at the rac! cupboard and operate the /?<*$ view the monitor and archive information without bending to carry out the re+uired /?<* operations.. *rchiving and recovery of images may occur directly from the /?<* by connection of a /?/ burner or other nominated archiving device. *ll controls on the front panel shall be displayable on the local monitor for viewing and programming. The video data burned to /?/$ '/ or floppy dis! shall be auto starting once the images have been transferred from the /?<* to the dis!. #hen the archived dis! is inserted into any #indowsU platform the video shall auto start and provide a high +uality reproduction of the events recorded. The /?<* shall have a minimum of four audio inputs selectable to any camera and connect with an audio mixer as re+uired to provide clear audio recording of all discussions in the *rea under recording of that camera. 0ave a :irst In :irst Cut 2:I:C3 recording to overwrite previously recorded information when the 0// storage is full after 91 days. *utomatic recording guarantee regardless of power fluctuation$ 0// failure or other 30

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS e+uipment failure. 0ave continuous system status monitoring including recording failure of a 0//$ video failure$ camera failure and power failure alarms. The tamper alarm from the rac! cupboard and failure alarms provide via the output connector on the /?<* shall be input into the 'ell 'all or other nominated alarm notification systems. 0ave a 7&, to supply all /?<* e+uipment including the cameras and have automatic reset and startup after power failure. 7&, shall be siDed to suit the /?<* system re+uirements and the &olice 'ode.

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CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES T, )olloAi"* E"A$r A%str$li$ Pt# Lt& pro&%cts ,$. B " $&& & APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS /GT51; =/etention <ecess *daptor. /GT51;--/etention Gxtended <ecess *ssembly up to 2;1mm. /GT551 =/etention ,hower <ose. /GT551V/etention Gxtended ,hower <ose for walls up to 2;1mm thic!. /GT559V/etention 'eiling mounted ,hower 24lpm3. /GT55(V/etention 'eiling )ounted ,hower Gxtended up to 2;1mm. /GT59;V/etention ,hower )odule ,, ,ingle 'ontrol. /GT599V/etention ,hower )odule ,, 0ot P 'old. /GT511V&ush Eutton Easin *ssembly to suit ,, :ixtures- ,elf 'losing. /GT518-- &ush Eutton Easin *ssembly to suit ,, :ixtures-1( ,econd /elay /GT511<- &ush Eutton Easin *ssembly to suit ,, :ixtures- ,elf 'losing. /GT518<- &ush Eutton Easin *ssembly to suit ,, :ixtures- ,elf 'losing. /GT5;(V&ush Eutton Easin P Cutlet *ssembly 'omplete with 1.() :lexible 'onnector to suit ,, 'ompact 'ell Easins- ,elf 'losing. /GT5;5-- &ush Eutton Easin P Cutlet *ssembly 'omplete with 1.() :lexible 'onnector to suit ,, 'ompact 'ell Easins-1( ,econd /elay. /GT5;4-- &ush Eutton Easin P Cutlet *ssembly 'omplete with 1.() :lexible 'onnector to suit ,, 'ompact 'ell Easins- ,elf 'losing. /GT5;;-- &ush Eutton Easin P Cutlet *ssembly 'omplete with 1.() :lexible 'onnector to suit ,, 'ompact 'ell Easins-1( ,econd /elay. /GT5(1V&ush Eutton Gxtended Easin *ssembly to ,uit #all up to 2;1mm /GT5(1- &ush Eutton Gxtended Easin *ssembly to ,uit #all up to 2;1mm 1( second /elay. /GT5(8- &ush Eutton Gxtended Easin *ssembly to ,uit #all up to 2;1mm 81 second /elay. /GT514VEasin Eubbler Cutlet. /GT515VEasin Eubbler Cutlet to suit wall thic!ness up to 2;1mm. G)/;11VGnmatic ,hower Touch *ctivated 'ontrol )odule. G)/;11<-Gnmatic ,hower <emote 'ontrol )odule. G)/;21VGnmatic #arm P 'old ,hower Touch *ctivated )odule. G)/;12VGnmatic #' Touch *ctivated 'ontrol )odule. G)/;28VGnmatic /ual :lush #' 'ontrol )odule. G)/;22VGnmatic Touch *ctivated Easin #' 'ontrol )odule. G)/;22<- Gnmatic <emote Easin #' 'ontrol )odule. G)/;81<VGnmatic <emote Easin-,hower-#' 'ontrol )odule. G)/;11VGnmatic Easin Touch *ctivated 'ontrol )odule. G)/;21VGnmatic #arm P 'old Easin 'ontrol )odule. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS *dded ,&, 1(1mm <ound &rison ,afe 'ell /rain 2?ari-%evel3 ,tainless ,teel 6rate )odel - <1(1,0 ' 1 'ivil P 6eneral /istributors$ 7nit 1 W8 'obbler &lace$ )irraboo!a #* 5151 &hB 9899 8;;8 :axB 9899 8959 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES CHARGE ROOM + SALL7-PORT + DETAINEE ENTR7 DIGITAL RECORDER *dded * colour ''T? camera2s3 and /igital ?ideo <ecorder with inclusive *udio 2/?<*3 system shall be provided in the 'harge <ooms of all /istrict 'omplexes and satellite stations with overnight 31

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS detention facilities or a high charge rate. The installed /?<* system shall meet the re+uirements of /etail %%MMMMM and have the following featuresB The /?<* system shall be 19L <ac! mountable in a tamper monitored secure e+uipment enclosures or secure cupboard located under full camera supervision in the 'harge *rea. The /?<* control unit$ monitor and /?/ burner shall be located in the rac! cupboard above 1211mm ::% to enable a person to stand at the rac! cupboard and operate the /?<*$ view the monitor and archive information without bending to carry out the re+uired /?<* operations. The /?<* shall have front panel controls and a %*- connection for remote operation under multiple password protection$ 2when connected3. The re+uirements for a remote connection or remote &' for any or all function programming or viewing is not acceptable and re"ected. *rchiving and recovery of images may occur directly from the /?<* by connection of a /?/ burner or other nominated archiving device. *ll controls on the front panel shall be displayable on the local monitor for viewing and programming. The video data burned to /?/$ '/ or floppy dis! shall be auto starting once the images have been transferred from the /?<* to the dis!. #hen the archived dis! is inserted into any #indowsU platform the video shall auto start and provide a high +uality reproduction of the events recorded. The /?<* shall have a minimum of four audio inputs selectable to any camera and connect with an audio mixer as re+uired to provide clear audio recording of all discussions in the *rea under recording of that camera. The /?<* shall provide 91 days recording of a minimum of three cameras at ,?0, image resolution 2421 x (45 2;;3 with a minimum of 5 images per second per camera. 0igher image rates may be provided if available. %ower +uality settings for recording to 91 days shall be re"ected. The consultant shall ensure that where more than three cameras are re+uired$ allowance for the image +uality and recording days are assessed to ensure all cameras are recorded for 91 days at the image +uality stated. The /?<* shall be configurable to provide motion activated or alarm activated recording as nominated for each camera room and provide a minimum record$ archive and playbac! resolutions of 2421 x (45 2;;3 in all operational modes for the frame rates re+uired for all cameras. *ll recorded information shall be date time stamped and stored within event files for easy retrieval. 0ave both a 51 second pre buffer and minimum of 51 second post buffer. Eoth buffers shall be ad"ustable and operate in all modes of operation. 7pon alarm activation$ automatically and instantaneously record the pre buffer to the 0ard /is! /rive 20//3$ change individual or global picture record rates for associated alarm cameras$ without effecting recording continuity$ record the event until the alarm resets or the movement ceases then record the post buffer. 0ave alarm inputs for movement detectors$ cameras$ -C -' inputs$ and relay outputs. The ability to view live$ recorded or 0// archived images and audio simultaneously$ while still recording. *ll recorded information shall be accessible without disruption to the recording process. 0ave a :irst In :irst Cut 2:I:C3 recording to overwrite previously recorded information when the 0// storage is full after 91 days. 0ave real time video and audio recording. *utomatic recording guarantee regardless of power fluctuation$ 0// failure or other e+uipment failure. 0ave continuous system status monitoring including recording failure of a 0//$ video failure$ camera failure and power failure alarms. The tamper alarm from the rac! cupboard and failure alarms provide via the output connector on the /?<* shall be input into the 'ell 'all or other nominated alarm notification systems. 0ave a 7&, to supply all /?<* e+uipment including the cameras and have automatic reset and startup after power failure. 7&, shall be siDed to suit the /?<* system re+uirements and the &olice 'ode. The /?<* 0// storage shall be expandable within the unit or with an add-on expansion module2s3 matched to the /?<*. 32

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS The /?<* 0// shall be full formatted <*I/ ( configuration to allow recovery of data from a 0// failure. Third party 0// configurations$ which are not hot swappable with the /?<* are not acceptable and re"ected. The /?<* 0// expansion units will allow configuration of each site depending on number of cameras and dis! storage to provide 91 days recording. )irroring is not acceptable and re"ected. * /?/ burner for archiving shall be provided with the /?<* to archive selected images to /?/. *s stated above$ selected images may be burned to dis! at any time. These images shall auto played on any #indowsU platform. The re+uirement for special software to play bac! any archived dis! is unacceptable and re"ected. *rchiving to videotape or separate removable 0// shall also be available if re+uired but not supplied with the /?<*. The camera2s3 shall be positioned to provide complete ''T? and audio coverage of the 'harge <oom$ ,ally &ort and /etainee Gntry as re+uired at each site. * monitor with built-in spea!er for audio playbac! shall be provided with each installation and installed within the recording enclosure. The monitor shall be a %'/ flat screen 12L or 1(L to suit the enclosure. *ll programming$ playbac!$ review and archiving shall occur from the front panel controls on the /?<* with audio and video viewing on the monitor. 2 /ec 211( CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS ,hower <ose =6alvins = 'ompany details update )odel W 812992 = 6e ,afe 'ell :loor #aste 111 x ;1bsp 2<ound 0ole ,tyle3 added 6alvins ,afe 'ell &ush Eutton *ssembly W124;84 - 7pdated STANDARD DETAILS D t$ils L-@1H E D c :3 Dri"?i"* A"& H$"& W$s,i"* U"it -Bric? W$ll Co"str%ctio"16 L-@1; E D c :3 Dri"?i"* A"& H$"& W$s,i"* U"it -'r$m & W$ll Co"str%ctio"16 L-@1D E D c :3 Dri"?i"* A"& H$"& W$s,i"* U"it -Co"cr t W$ll Co"str%ctio"16 Up&$t to G$l.i" E"*i" ri"* p%s, B%tto" $"& .$l. ACTIVIT7 SPACES L$%"&r# 1:4 8 14
#ashing machine hose connection added to trough 2added3 Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& 3:@ 8 13 )anual gates shall be able to be loc!ed unloc!ed by padloc! from both sides 2added3

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PLANNING GUIDELINES APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS *dded REGIONAL COURT 'ACILITIES :or the purpose of this pro"ect there are three types of regional court facilitiesB T7PE 16 R *io"$l Co%rt Ho%s 6 These facilities are funded$ constructed$ maintained and staffed by the /epartment of the *ttorney 6eneral 2/*63. They are typically located in ma"or regional centres. and share a common custodial facility with the &olice complex. The custody facility maintenance costs and operating costs including utilities and cleaning shall be shared on an agreed site by site proportional basis. -egotiations for any agreement should normally ta!e place at development and brief stage and signed off prior to the commencement of construction. <ecurrent funding should also be included in the funding submission for any new complex. *n example of this type of facility isB *lbany 'ourt 0ouse. T7PE 46 R *io"$l Co%rtroom. * dedicated courtroom within the local police complex is provided in regional locations with a moderate$ where a ,tipendiary )agistrate convenes a court at least 12 times annually$ court wor!load. The construction of the courtroom and any dedicated support facilities$ both internal and external$ are funded by the 2/*63. The 2/*63 are responsible for internal and dedicated system maintenance$ operating costs including utilities and cleaning$ loose furniture and e+uipment. The local 'ler! of the 'ourt is responsible for managing the use of the facility. The #*&C% are responsible for external maintenance. #ith agreement the local police Cfficer in 'harge will assist the local 'ler! of the 'ourt manage this facility$ particularly where it

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS is used for Justice of the &eace court hearings. The #*&, shall provide visiting 2/*63 staff with access to the police stations amenities room$ staff toilets and vehicle par!ing compound. #here a dedicated )agistrates room is not provided the )agistrate shall be given access to a room with a des! and telephone. ?isiting 'ounsel shall have access to the interview rooms. The #*&C% will ensure that the courtrooms external building fabric and areas are maintained to a standard consistent with the overall complex. Gxamples of this type of 'ourt are 0alls 'ree! and -ewman 'ourts T#p @6 Polic Op r$tio"s Rooms . In regional localities with a low court wor!load$ court proceedings shall be held in the operations room of the local police station. In some locations the &olice ,tation has a full courtroom. *s these facilities are redeveloped$ and in consultation with the 2/*63 these facilities are being replaced with either a Type 2 courtroom or Type 8 police operations room. The #*&C% is responsible for the construction$ maintenance and operating costs. The local Cfficer in 'harge is responsible for managing the use of the facility. The police operations room shall have enough floor area to comfortably conduct a court sitting and will include the following standard government issue loose furniture that can be configured as followsB Judicial des! and chairs 2allow for 2 Js&3 #itness table and chair /oc! table and chair Ear table 2for at least 9 people3 &ublic seating 2allow 11 seats3 Judicial ,upport des! and chair Table and chairs for &rosecutor and 'ounsel Table and chair for Crderly. The room shall also includeB ,ufficient sound proofing from outside noise 'onduits for future cabling of ?ideo conferencing facilities 'onduits for transcription e+uipment cabling -etwor! connection for remote dial up for )agistrate and Judicial ,upport Cfficer The /oJ may at its discretion provide the following itemsB <oyal 'rest 'ollapsible #itness stand in lieu of table 'ollapsible /oc! in lieu of table Ear top lecterns 223 The #*&C% will ensure that the police courtrooms are maintained to a standard consistent with the overall complex. The #*&C% shall provide visiting 2/*63 staff with access to the police stations amenities room$ staff toilets and vehicle par!ing compound. The )agistrate shall be given access to a room with a des! and telephone. ?isiting 'ounsel shall have access to the interview rooms. Gxamples of this type of facility are )ount Ear!er and #iluna. The /epartment of the *ttorney 6eneral shall be contacted to confirm court type for a particular location. REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 34

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS D l t & COURT ROOM 8 POLICE COURT The court room including furniture and services shall be designed so as to enable this room to be used as an operations room by the &olice in the event of a ma"or crime disaster. Mo&i)i & O''ICER IN CHARGENS 9UARTERS #here an Cfficer in 'hargeAs 2CI'3 +uarters are provided ad"acent to a police station they shall be visually separate and within audible range of the station. The visual separation deters the public from see!ing police assistance of the CI' outside of the normal station operating hours. This facilitates verbal contact between detainees and the CI' in emergencies and provides easy access for meal preparation. CHARGE ROOM /etainees that are released or bailed shall exit the station via the public foyer. The design shall enable detainees to be escorted from the 'harge <oom to the &ublic :oyer without passing through open planned office spacesI or an external doorway directly into an external public space. /etainees shall not exit the station via the &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound. D l t & AMENITIES ROOM In conforming with the security principle of .one staff station entry and exit.$ no external access shall be provided from this room. If located on the first floor$ access to an outdoor balcony patio may be provided. 11 )ay 2115 TECHNICAL CRITERIA INTRODUCTION * &olice station shall be designed to comply with the current relevantB sections of the Euilding 'ode Cf *ustralia including the Building Code Alternative Solution or Custodial Accommodation Police Stations!" Text in italics added CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES ELECTRICAL Gmergency lighting and exit lighting shall be installed in all detainee handling areas in accordance with the Building Code o Australia. Text in italics added CLASSI'ICATION The #* :ire Erigade have determined that the occupancy 'lassification as defined in the Euilding 'ode of *ustralia forB 'ustodial facilities is 'lass 8I and &olice ,tations is 'lass (. EGRESS A&& & Ggress <e+uirements 1. The custodial facilities are to be designed in accordance with the *lternative Euilding ,olution 2*nnexe 13. #here the cell numbers are greater than 2$ an additional egress point direct to open space is to be providedI 2. *t least one of the egress points is to be into an enclosure which is open to the air 2may have chain mesh cover3. The enclosure is to be a minimum of 1m in width and 2m long and not to be located so as openings are within 8m of the enclosureI 8. The egress point from the building to the enclosure is to comply with /2.21 of the E'* 2be openable at all times from the direction of egress3I 9. The enclosure is to have an alternative means of exit to unrestricted open space. This exit may be controlled to meet operational needsI or (. any other means as approved by an authorised person. *uthorised person means = %ocal 6overnment$ or appropriately +ualified Euilding ,urveyor.L

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS COMPARTMENTATION #here a 'ustodial facilities is attached to the &olice station$ a one-hour Afire isolationA rated barrier shall be installed between the two occupancies and between these and special haDards such as plant rooms$ store rooms etc. #e er to Anne$ure % or ceiling ire rating re&uirements . Text in italics added SMO0E DETECTION ,mo!e detectors fire alarms shall be installed in all areas of the Police Station including custodial facilities. Text in italics added BAC0GROUND )odified This guide does not address Cperational aspects relating to fire safety are to 'e in accordance with the Building Code o Australia. Text in italics added 'IRE E(TINGUISHERS *dded :ire extinguishers shall be mounted on the latch side of doors. ANNE(URE 1 MBUILDING CODE ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION 'OR CUSTODIAL ACCOMMODATION POLICE STATIONS CONDENSED REPORT A&& & TECHNICAL CRITERIA SECURIT7 DESIGN GUIDELINES INTERNAL GENERAL A&& & The length of the counter shall be based on the stations on the number of in+uiries that the station can handle simultaneously. -o dividers shall be provided in the counter as any private sensitive matters are to be dealt with in the public interview room2s3. The counter shall be monitored by either ''T? or a one way window and blind from the 6eneral Cffice. The ''T? camera shall be capable of having a basic ?'< /?/ recorder attached to enable manual recording D l t & In medium or large satellite stations with long or multiple reception counters$ consideration should be given to providing pull down roller grille2s3 or similar to enable the securing of unmanned sections after hours. In large satellite stations where there is no direct observation of the counter from the 6eneral Cffice 2111-;3 a ''T? camera shall be provided to enable general observation of the counter and assist station staff determine if clients are awaiting service. -o recording capacity is re+uired. POLICE EMERGENC7 TELEPHONE S7STEM -PETS1 *dded &olice stations not open to the public 29 hours 4 days shall have &olice Gmergency Telephone located ad"acent to the public entry to enable members of the public$ outside public opening hours$ to contact the nearest 29 hour station.

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PLANNING GUIDELINES PUBLIC 'O7ER + RECEPTION *dded The public foyer reception shall be designed to provide a secure$ non-threatening environment to members of the public see!ing police assistance. The front counter area shall be physically separated from the general office area$ full height wall and loc!able door. This is based on operational re+uirements to separate patrol and counter functions. The station CI' and /istrict ,uperintendent shall determine whether the 'ustomer ,ervices Cfficer sits by the front counter or in the general office area. 36

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Typically a unisex public toilet$ public interview room2s3 and the general office via a secure door are accessed off the public foyer. To minimise the public area to be supervised after hours$ those rooms directly accessible to the public from the foyer shall have either electronic or manual loc!s to the doors e.g. the public toilet2s3 and interview room2s3. The access to these rooms shall be controlled from the main reception counter. -o dividers shall be provided in the counter as any private sensitive matters are to be dealt with in the public interview room2s3. -o anti-"ump spit devices are provided as they as seen to conflict with the provision of a non threatening environment. The counter shall be design to comply with disability access re+uirements. 13 M$# 4::H PLANNING GUIDELINES INTERNAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS A&& & ARMOUR7 The unloading loading and storage of firearms presents significant ris! to the building occupants and in relation to the secure storage. &olice stations shall be designed to provideB * single armoury for the storage of #*&C% firearmsI and ,ecure storage within the property store for the storage of public firearms. TECHNICAL CRITERIA APC 1:: I"st$ll$tio" i"str%ctio"s $&& &6 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES S$ll#-Port )ercedes EenD ,printer 918'/i %#E 0igh <oof 2%ong wheel base3 details added. D t$i" E"tr# #hen a ,ally-port is not provided and a separate detainee entry is re+uired$ the entry shall be a half glaDed door$ fitted with an electric stri!e door loc!$ and operated by an external proximity card reader. Inside handle always free. Inside handle to be operated by proximity card. $&& & If the entry is a re+uired fire exit the proximity card reader shall be replaced with door release button located near the door. In the event of a fire alarm the outside handle shall fail secure and the inside handle shall fail open. TECHNICAL CRITERIA S c%rit# D si*" G%i& li" s 8 S$t llit St$tio"s - I"t r"$l 8 St$)) E"tr# + D t$i" E"tr# *dded If the entry is within the 1 hour rated barrier around the custody area$ the operation of the staff entry door shall be as per the /etainee Gntry door. <efer to 'ustodial /esign 6uidelines. S c%rit# D si*" G%i& li" s - District Compl ! - I"t r"$l 8 St$)) E"tr# *dded If the entry is within the 1 hour rated barrier around the custody area$ the operation of the staff entry door shall be as per the /etainee Gntry door. <efer to 'ustodial /esign 6uidelines. ACTIVIT7 SPACES 3:4-G + 3 + H P%Blic 'o# rs *dded. %ength determined by typical number of customers being served simultaneous. 3:@-1 Armo%r# *dded - <efer to Technical 'riteria = *ppendix 1 = :irearm %oading 7nloading /evice = *&' = 111 Installation Instructions 81 )ay 2115 PLANNING GUIDELINES A&& & 37

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS TEMPORAR7 PROPERT7 STORE To limit the re+uirement to access the &roperty ,tore a secure storage unit shall be installed in the temporary property store to enable after hours deposit of valuable portable items. Items may be deposited in either the safe via the mailing shute 2small3 or larger items left in the security units above. The secure storage unit shall comprise a safe with a mailing shute and wall mounted security boxes. The number of security boxes will be determined on a station by station basis. The safe mailing shute shall be siDed to ta!e the police &11* ,ecurity )ovement Gnvelope. The security units shall be siDed to hold the larger &11E ,ecurity )ovement Gnvelope. Cnce an item is secured in one of the security units the !ey shall be deposited in the safe via the mailing shute. %arger items shall be deposited on shelving in the temporary property store or other secure area as designated by CI' or /istrict Cffice. TECHNICAL CRITERIA Stor$* 8 S$) s 8 T mpor$r# Prop rt# Stor The safe shall be a deposit type safe with a front mailing shute configured to prevent access to contents when in the open position. The minimum specifications of the safe are as followsB 12mm solid plate body and doorI 8 x 82mm diameter loc!ing boltsI :loor and wall bolt facilityI 0eight 2external3 (1(mmI #idth 2external3 851mmI /epth 2external3 8((mmI )ailing shute siDed to ta!e the police &11* ,ecurity )ovement GnvelopeI and :itted with combination loc!. The security units minimum specifications are as followsB 5mm solid plate body and door 2 x 21mm diameter loc!ing bolts :loor and wall bolt facility 0eight 2external3 2(1mm #idth 2external3 8(1mm /epth 2external3 2(1mm Ney loc!ed 22 !eys per safe3. The security units are not to be !eyed ali!e. The units shall be securely bolted to the wall. 24 July 2115 ACTIVIT7 SPACES Armo%r# 3:@ 8 1 Str%ct%r D l t & Eullet <esistant. A&& & #alls = Eric!$ bloc! or reinforced concrete :loor = reinforced concrete 'eiling - ,ecure 'onstruction. In two storey construction the floor above the armoury shall be concrete and the armoury walls extended to the underside of the slab above. 9 *ugust 2115 1( /ecember 2115 CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES Li*,t 'itti"*s The number of diffuser fixing reduced from 11 to 5 allenhead screws STANDARD DETAILS /etails %-211 :ingerprint Eench P %ive ,can 7nit 2being developed3 %-212 %ive ,can 7nit :ixing /etail 2being developed3 38

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS added Acti.it# sp$c 112-2 'harge <oom updated to include %ive ,can 7nit. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINE *dded Li. Sc$" U"it #* &olice 'orporate &rograms and /evelopment shall be consulted in regards to the provision of a %ive ,can 7nit. If provided it shall be located in the 'harge <oom ad"acent to the fingerprint bench. <efer to ,tandard /etail %-211. The fingerprint bench is re+uired to enable fingerprinting of detainees during periods when the %ive ,can 7nit is non operational due to power failure or brea! down ACTIVIT7 SPACES Armo%r# 3:@ 8 1 '%"ctio" A&& & - Tasers shall also be stored in the armoury. Stor$* A&& & - 'abinets to suit taser storage CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINE C,$r* Doc? Si*"$* /eleted &rovide a self adhesive sign$ 1811mm x 9(mm$ to the external face of the top frame of the charge doc!. The sign shall have 21mm high red 2the word QImportantF only3 and blac! upper case lettering on a safety yellow bac!ground. The typeface shall be 0elvetica Gxtra Eold. The wording of the sign shall beB
I)&C<T*-TB 7-/G< -C 'I<'7),T*-'G, *<G &G<,C-, TC EG %G:T 7-,7&G<?I,G/ I'0*<6G /C'N.

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19 )arch 2114

*dded &rovide a self adhesive sign$ 211mm x 1(1mm$ to the external face of the top left hand corner of the charge doc!.

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TECHNICAL CRITERIA El ctro"ic Co"trol S#st m D l t & The #* &olice ,ervice will provide the personal computer$ to the suppliers specification$ the contractor for programming and installation as part of the electronic control system. *llow 21 wor!ing days for supply from date of contractors notification to principal. It is envisaged that one of the printers provided to the station for operational purposes$ rather than a dedicated printer$ will support the operation of the Glectronic 'ontrol ,ystem. A&& & The co"tr$ctor s,$llJ to t, l ctro"ic co"trol s#st m m$"%)$ct%r r<s sp ci)ic$tio"J s,$ll s%ppl# t, comp%t r $"& pri"t r r F%ir & to op r$t t, l ctro"ic co"trol s#st m6 PLANNING GUIDELINES CARPORTS D l t & In areas where the daily maximum temperature during the hottest three months of the year exceeds 8(1' for 4(J of that period$ carports within the &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound shall be 39

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS provided e+ual to the total number of police vehicles attached to the station R 21 J . 2refer Eureau of )eteorological 'limatic *verages3. A&& & 'arports shall be provided for all departmental vehicles permanently allocated to that police station facility. TECHNICAL CRITERIA S c%rit# D si*" G%i& li" s 8 S$t llit St$tio"s - E!t r"$l Mo&i)i & *ccess to the vehicle par!ing compound shall be by proximity card or electronically from the 6eneral Cffice utilising an integrated ''T? and intercom device. * remote gate release from the 6eneral Cffice shall be provided. Glectric gates shall only be provided where appropriate service maintenance facilities are available. In localities that do not have appropriate service maintenance facilities available manual double gates or sliding gate 2s3 are to be included with the fencing. The gates shall be constructed of suitable light-weight material to allow opening and closure to occur with the lowest possible amount of effort. CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINE Appro. & Compo" "ts + El m "ts D l t & 'ell-'am 2''E-2)3 Cpe! ?andal <esistant 'G/-112 'orner /ome 'amera 0ousing 2To be confirmed3 *lert Tagging ,ystems 18 -imrod &lace 0illarys$ #.*. 512( A&& & Cpte! ?andal <esistant '/'5;(E 'orner /ome 'amera 0ousing *lert Tagging ,ystems 18 -imrod &lace 0illarys$ #.*. 512( PLANNING GUIDELINES PUBLIC 'O7ER + RECEPTION D l t & -o anti-"ump spit devices are provided as they as seen to conflict with the provision of a non threatening environment. A&& & The design layout of the public foyer 2franchised3 to present a consistent image. reception shall as much as possible be standardised

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* .shatterproof. glass security barrier shall be provided to all police station front counters. The barrier shall have a gap of approximately 1(1 mm at bench top to enable paper wor! small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff$ provide general protection from physical and fluid attac!$ enable verbal communication between customers and serving staff without the need for electronic enhancement. The barrier shall not be designed to resist firearm attac! or provide total protection from fluid attac!. 15 *ug 2114 ACTIVIT7 SPACE 3:4-G P%Blic 'o# r + R c ptio" 1 D l t & Comm "ts This activity space is not designed to support traffic licensing. ,ee &ublic :oyer 2. &rovide screening of the 6eneral Cffice area from the foyer whilst maintaining visual surveillance of the foyer from the general office. eg. one way glass with blind etc. A&& & Comm "ts REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 40

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS The front counter area shall be physically separated from the general office area$ full height wall and loc!able door. This is based on operational re+uirements to visually separate patrol and counter functions and provide acoustic isolation to the general office. The counter shall be monitored by either ''T? or a one way window from the general office. B%ilti" '%r"it%r * .shatterproof. glass security barrier shall be provided to all police station front counters. The barrier shall have a gap of approximately 1(1 mm at bench top to enable paper wor! small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff$ provide general protection from physical and fluid attac!$ enable verbal communication between customers and serving staff without the need for electronic enhancement. The barrier shall not be designed to resist firearm attac! or provide total protection from fluid attac! 3:4-3 P%Blic 'o# r + R c ptio" 4 D l t & Comm "ts &rovide screening acoustic isolation of the 6eneral Cffice area from the foyer whilst maintaining visual surveillance of the foyer from the general office. eg. one way glass with blind etc. %ocate pigeon hole unit )'8 in 6eneral Cffice close to licensing e+uipment. S%"&r# It ms Gye 'hart 1

B%ilti" '%r"it%r ,wivel camera bac!drop to be 911mm 2w3 x 2291 2h3. A&& & Comm "ts The front counter area shall be physically separated from the general office area$ full height wall and loc!able door. This is based on operational re+uirements to visually separate patrol and counter functions and provide acoustic isolation to the general office. The counter shall be monitored by either ''T? or a one way window from the general office. B%ilti" '%r"it%r * .shatterproof. glass security barrier shall be provided to all police station front counters. The barrier shall have a gap of approximately 1(1 mm at bench top to enable paper wor! small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff$ provide general protection from physical and fluid attac!$ enable verbal communication between customers and serving staff without the need for electronic enhancement. The barrier shall not be designed to resist firearm attac! or provide total protection from fluid attac! 3:4-H P%Blic 'o# r + R c ptio" @ A&& & Comm "ts The front counter area shall be physically separated from the general office area$ full height wall and loc!able door. This is based on operational re+uirements to visually separate patrol and counter functions and provide acoustic isolation to the general office. The counter shall be monitored by either ''T? or a one way window from the general office. B%ilti" '%r"it%r * .shatterproof. glass security barrier shall be provided to all police station front counters. The barrier shall have a gap of approximately 1(1 mm at bench top to enable paper wor! small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff$ provide general protection from physical and fluid attac!$ enable verbal communication between customers and serving staff without the need for electronic enhancement. The barrier shall not be designed to resist firearm attac! or provide total protection from fluid attac! 14 *ug 2114 TECHNICAL CRITERIA + CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES 41

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS Clos & Circ%it T l .isio" -CCTV1 A&& & The following signage shall be installed in all areas under surveillance by ''T? systems except inside cells or holding rooms. The signage wording shall be This area is under ''T? ,urveillanceI or This area is under recorded ''T? ,urveillance.

The signage shall be designed and positioned to clearly readable and visible to all occupants 6 14 *ug 2114 3:@-13 Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& D l t & 'i! & '%r"it%r 7ndercover ,ecure Eicycle &ar!ing <ac!s = 1 per 11 staff A&& & 'i! & '%r"it%r 7ndercover ,ecure Eicycle &ar!ing <ac!s = <efer to &lanning 6uidelines. PLANNING GUIDELINES A&& & Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& St$)) Bic#cl P$r?i"* *s a minimum one staff bicycle par!ing space shall be provided per 211 s+m of gross floor area excluding the custodial facilities gross floor area. The staff bicycles shall be par!ed in a weatherproof secure enclosure fitted with approved bicycle rac!s. 21 *ug 2114 PLANNING GUIDELINES + TECHNICAL CRITERIA Up&$t & *, 192;.1 - 1998 and 192;.1-199; has now been superseded by *,192;.1-2111 which is now the current referenced standard in the E'*. TECHNICAL CRITERIA '*E%I-6 TG%G'C))7-I'*TIC- *-/ /*T* GS7I&)G-T <CC)2,3 A&& & a 1(amp power point for the 7&, systemI 9 )ay 211; PLANNING GUIDELINES PUBLIC 'O7ER + RECEPTION Up*r$& & * .shatterproof. glass security barrier shall be provided to all police station front counters. The barrier shall have a co"ti"%o%s gap of approximately 1(1 mm at bench top to enable paper wor! small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff$ ,$. co"ti"%o%s ,oriIo"t$l op " slots o) $ppro!im$t l# 13: mm to enable verbal communication between customers and serving staff without the need for electronic enhancement whilst providing general protection from physical and fluid attac!$. The barrier shall not be designed to resist firearm attac! or provide total protection from fluid attac!. 1( )ay 211; ACTIVIT7 SPACES 8 PUBLIC 'O7ER + RECEPTION 1J 4 5 @ -3:4-G + 3:4-3 + 3:4 + H1 Wi"&oAs D l t & Elinds A&& & -o blinds in areas accessible by the public due to high levels of damage. CUSTODIAL DESIGN CRITERIA 42

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS H$r&A$r 8 Hi"* s 5 Loc?s D l t & 'hubb *ustralia &ty %td. (9 )c'oy ,t$ )yaree$ #.*. &h 1; 9881 52(( A&& & *,,* *E%CH *ustralia &ty %td$ 84 = 9( 6ladstone ,treet$ &erth$ #* &h 1; 5952 ;111 11 ,ept 211; PLANNING GUIDELINES D l t & G7MNASIUM 1 OR 4 #hile it is may be considered advantageous for each police station to have a gymnasium on site$ it is not cost effective for small to medium satellite police stations$ typically less than 2( staff. District Compl ! s *ll district complexes shall have a 6ymnasium 2. S$t llit St$tio"s In the country$ isolated satellite stations with a staff of more than 15 shall have a 6ymnasium 1. #here the /istrict 'omplexes facilities are within reasonable travelling distance$ 251 !ilometres3$ no gymnasium should be provided. &rior to purchasing e+uipment$ details to be confirmed with the &olice 0ealth and #elfare Eranch. The maintenance of all gymnasium e+uipment is the responsibility of the &olice 0ealth and #elfare Eranch. <efer to file 11(19 9; :1. A&& & 6ymnasiums shall be provided inB *ll AownedA police stationsI *ll district complexesI and *ll ma"or owned$ operational and corporate$ support facilities. -o gymnasiums shall be provided in leased accommodation or 'ustomer ,ervice 'entreFs unless prior approval from the Gxecutive /irector is received for a specific purpose 2i.e. a ma"or facility leased on a long term basis3. The siDe of the gymnasium and the e+uipment provided shall be determined on a site by site basis in consultation with the #estern *ustralia &olice 0ealth and #elfare Eranch. -o privately owned gymnasium e+uipment shall be installed in #estern *ustralia &olice gymnasiums due to health and safety ris!s to the users. The maintenance of all gymnasium e+uipment is the responsibility of the #estern *ustralia &olice 0ealth and #elfare Eranch. 'leaning of the e+uipment is the responsibility of the business area2s3 to which the gymnasium is attached. <efer to file 11(19 9; :1. 14 )ar 2119 PLANNING GUIDELINES A&& & Pl$""i"* Crit ri$ - D si*"i"* O%t Crim In designing a police station the consultant team shall follow the principals set out in the Cffice of 'rime &revention = K/esign Cut 'rimeL publications. *ny conflicts identified between this information and the #estern *ustralian &olice Euilding 'ode shall be raised with the %and P Euilding ,ervices &ro"ect %eader for resolution. 43

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS TECHNICAL CRITERIA S$t llit St$tio" 8 I"t r"$l 8 P%Blic 'o# r D l t & The counter shall be monitored by either ''T? or a one way window and blind from the 6eneral Cffice. The ''T? camera shall be capable of having a basic ?'< /?/ recorder attached to enable manual recording. A&& & The counter shall be monitored by either ''T? or a one way window and blind from the 6eneral Cffice. The ''T? camera shall be connected to the &olice 'ompound ''T? recording system. #here the &olice 'ompound ''T? recording system is not provided the &ublic :oyer ''T? system shall be capable of having a basic ?'< /?/ recorder attached to enable manual recording. E!t r"$l 8 Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& D l t & *dditional preventive security measures may be necessary where vandalism has occurred or where there is a high li!elihood that similar events may occur in future. In these cases$ the following would be recommendedB Installation of ''T? which provide coverage of the entire compound$ lin!ed to monitors in the 6eneral Cffice. &rovision for ''T? to be connected to a domestic ?'< to enable videotaping if re+uired.

E!t r"$l - G " r$l A&& & ''T? camera2s3 shall provide coverage of the public entry. * 9 day$ before the image is overwritten$ continuous recording system shall be attached to all external ''T? cameras District Compl ! 8 I"t r"$l 8 P%Blic 'o# r D l t & #here there is no direct observation of the counter from the 6eneral Cffice 2111-;3 a ''T? camera shall be provided to enable general observation of the counter and assist station staff determine if clients are awaiting service. -o recording capacity is re+uired. A&& & The counter shall be monitored from the 6eneral Cffice by ''T? to enable general observation of the counter and assist station staff to determine if clients are awaiting service. The ''T? camera2s3 shall be connected to the &olice 'ompound ''T? recording system. E!t r"$l 8 Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& D l t & *dditional preventive security measures may be necessary where vandalism has occurred or where there is a high li!elihood that similar events may occur in future. In these cases$ the following would be recommendedB Installation of ''T? which provide coverage of the entire compound$ lin!ed to monitors in the 6eneral Cffice. &rovision for ''T? to be connected to a domestic ?'< to enable videotaping if re+uired. E!t r"$l - G " r$l A&& & ''T? camera2s3 shall provide coverage of the public entry. * 9 day$ before the image is overwritten$ continuous recording system shall be attached to all external ''T? cameras. 2( )arch 2119 TECHNICAL DESIGN GUIDELINES SECURIT7 DESIGN GUIDELINES SATELLITE STATIONS Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& D l t & In areas susceptible to vandalism consideration should be given in providing three strands of barbed wire on top of the fence. i.e. where a fence abuts a right of way.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS STRUCTURE - 'INISHES E(TERNAL 'INISHES D l t & with three rows of barbed wire. 9 *ugust 2119 PLANNING GUIDELINES C$r Ports A&& & In &olice ,tations facilities where 0: radios are li!ely to be installed the car port must have a minimum height clearance for vehicle mounted aerials of 9 metres. PLANNING GUIDELINES P$r?i"* D l t & Polic S r.ic St$)) V ,icl s The &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound par!ing bays shall include par!ing bays e+ual to the total ma"or shift staff numbers minus 21 J. The 21J deduction allows for staff on leave or away from the station on departmental business. /o not include staff on the ma"or shift that have permanent commuting privileges in the calculation. #here site constraints do not allow the re+uired number of bays then the number shall be maximised within the constraints of &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound. A&& & Polic S r.ic St$)) V ,icl s There are a number of criteria that impact on the determination as to whether staff par!ing shall be provided. The !ey criteria areB ,taff securityI The proximity of the facility to good public transportI The operating hours of the public transport systemI The proximity of the facility to good public par!ing facilitiesI and The operating hours of the facility.

2 Cctober 2119

The assessment of a facility against the above criteria shall be signed off by the &ortfolio *ssistant 'ommissioner and the Gxecutive /irector. #here it has been determined that staff par!ing will be provided$ as far as possible$ it shall be on the following basisB M tropolit$" Polic St$tio"sL #here a police stationFs location does not meet the above criteria$ staff par!ing shall be provided to par!ing bays e+ual to the total ma"or shift staff numbers minus 21J within the &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound. The 21J deduction allows for staff on leave or away from the station on departmental business. /o not include staff on the ma"or shift that have permanent commuting privileges in the calculation. #here a police stationFs location does meet the above criteria staff par!ing shall be provided to par!ing bays e+ual to the total of the largest of either the afternoon$ evening or night shift within the &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound. /o not include staff on the largest shift that have permanent commuting privileges in the calculation. ,taff par!ing shall not be provided in leased premises or in owned facilities within the &erth 'entral Eusiness /istrict. Co%"tr# Polic St$tio"sL The &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound par!ing bays shall include par!ing bays e+ual to the total REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 45

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS ma"or shift staff numbers minus 21J. The 21J deduction allows for staff on leave or away from the station on departmental business. /o not include staff on the ma"or shift that have permanent commuting privileges in the calculation. #here site constraints do not allow the re+uired number of bays then the number shall be maximised within the constraints of &olice ?ehicle &ar!ing 'ompound. *ny exceptions to the above shall be endorsed by the Gxecutive /irector 21 Cctober 2119 TECHNICAL CRITERIA S%"&r# It ms A&& & V "&i"* M$c,i" s <efer to #* &olice :it :or %ife ?ending )achine &olicy = */-5.24 ?ending )achines which statesB KIt is the policy of #estern *ustralia &olice where vending machines are located within police facilitiesB They are not permitted in any area of public accessI They must comply with the :it for %I:G ?ending )achine 6uidelinesI and The establishment and ongoing operation of those machines must comply with the :inancial and *sset )anagement )anual 2see ,ection ;.13.L TECHNICAL CRITERIA GUN CABINETS D l t & ,pecially designed gun cabinets for use in *rmouries and ,ecure ,tores and shall be bolted in place. &adloc!s fitted to cabinets shall be !eyed to &olice ,ervice standards. <efer to &adloc!s on page GrrorB <eference source not found. 'IREARM AND AMMUNITION CABINETS :irearm cabinets shall be procured$ through the &olice ,upply Eranch$ from the current annual contract. The current supplier is <echerche$ (9 &eel <oad CF'onnor #.*. 5158$ ph 9881 5881$ fax 9881 51(1. The current approved cabinets are :'* <echerche model :'812-&% - ,ecures twelve 2123 revolvers and six 253 long arms 2rifles and shotguns3. 1;11mm 2h3 x (81mm 2w3 x 911mm 2d3. :'E <echerche model :'829-&% - ,ecures twenty four 2293 revolvers and six 253 long arms 2rifles and shotguns3. 1;11mm 2h3 x 1111mm 2w3 x 911mm 2d3. :'' <echerche model :'5<& - ,torage rac! to store six 253 revolvers. :'/ <echerche model :'8<& - ,torage rac! to store three 283 revolvers. *ll cabinets shall be securely fixed to the wall floor and fitted with Ei-%oc!s. PISTOL AND AMMUNITION CABINETS - PORTABLE :irearm cabinets shall be procured$ through the &olice ,upply Eranch$ from the current annual contract. The current supplier is <echerche$ (9 &eel <oad CF'onnor #.*. 5158$ ph 9881 5881$ fax 9881 51(1. The current approved cabinets are <echerche model :'91-&% = &ortable pistol and ammunition cabinet. ,ecures two 223 revolvers. 9(1mm 2l3 x 14(mm 2h3 x 191mm 2d3. 2.(mm steel body and base plate. 8mm steel doors with heavy duty pin hinges. <echerche model :'91-&% = &ortable pistol and ammunition cabinet. ,ecures two 223 revolvers. 9(1mm 2l3 x 14(mm 2h3 x 191mm 2d3. *s per &'1 except smaller ammunition cabinet 2111mm 2l33 and larger pistol cabinet 2221mm 2l33. REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 46

15 :ebruary 2111

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS <echerche model :'92-&% = &ortable pistol and ammunition cabinet. ,ecures two 223 revolvers. 9(1mm 2l3 x 14(mm 2h3 x 191mm 2d3. *s per &'1 except no pistol divider separator. *ll cabinets shall be securely fixed to the wall floor and fitted with Ei-%oc!s. RI'LE CABINETS 8 PUBLIC 'IREARMS ,hall be constructed of mild steel with the body and door being a minimum (mm. <'1 - secures eight %ong *rms 2rifles and shotguns3 in one cabinet. <efer to standard specification and detail ::-;19. A&& & 'IREARM STORAGE :irearm ammunition cabinets or the alternative firearm peg wall storage units are to be procured for firearm storage in *rmouries and ,ecure ,tores in all #* &olice ,tations and :acilities. The :irearm 'abinets and peg wall units shall be securely bolted into place by the supplier or a contractor in the )etropolitan *rea or a contractor in <egional #*. &adloc!s for securing firearms within the cabinets peg walls shall be included in the ,tation Ei%oc! )aster Ney ,ystem and provided to the firearm cabinet supplier prior to cabinet delivery. <efer to &adloc!s on page GrrorB <eference source not found. The intended method of firearm storage and the proposed firearm storage capacity for proposed or upgraded armouries shall be approved in writing by the applicable /istrict &olice ,uperintendent or the ,uperintendent who has authority for the applicable building. The current approved cabinets areB 0and 6uns - 1;1mm x 9(1mm x 191mm 0and 6uns 2)' Cfficer3 - 991mm x 24(mm x 241mm 5 0and 6uns x 8 %ong *rms 1(11mm x 9;1mm x 811mm with hinged magaDine holder. 1; 0and 6uns 5 long arms 1(11mm x ;11mm x 911mm with hinged magaDine storage holder 29 0and 6uns x 5 %ong *rms 1;11mm x 91(mm x 911mm with hinged magaDine storage holder. The impact of the arc of the outward swing of the single door of these cabinets is to be considered by the architect when planning the internal layout of the armoury. 'IREARM CABINET + PEG WALL UNIT PROCUREMENT :irearm ammunition cabinets and peg wall units for the storage of handguns$ long arms and ammunition shall be procured via the current$ approved #* &olice &rocurement and &lanning ,ervices Eranch #*&C% ,pecific$ *gency )anaged 'ontract for the supply and delivery and installation 2)etro *rea only3 of :irearms *mmunition 'abinets. 'abinets and loc!s are to be procured by the pro"ect architect for supply to the station with all other loose furniture items. The current supplier is *stra )etal &roducts &ty %td 281 'amboon <oad )alaga 5191. Telephone 21;3 929; 41(($ :ax 929; 41(1$ email adminXastrametalproducts.com.au. The Euyers 6uide for this contract can be accessed under Cutloo!B Eulletin Eoard *sset )anagement &rocurement &lanning ,ervices EuyerFs 6uide :irearm 'abinets. * copy of the current Euyers 6uide will be supplied to the pro"ect architect upon re+uest. 28 :ebruary 2111 TECHNICAL CRITERIA GUN CABINETS D l t & POLICE RADIO INSTALLATIONS The &olice radio networ! utilises both 0: and 70: fre+uencies for communications. The specific re+uirements for the radio installation will vary from site to site and it is necessary that these re+uirements$ 2type of aerial tower mast$ distance apart$ aerial orientation$ cable re+uirements etc.3$ be obtained from the &olice Glectronics ,upport 7nit prior to completing the brief. #*&, may also decide to include additional radio services such as )arine ,earch and <escue and other 6overnment /epartments. 47

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The following gives examples of typical radio communications re+uirements for &olice ,tations and 'omplexesI however$ specifics of radio communications facilities can vary depending on operational re+uirements. In general$ contractors will be re+uired to provide and install hardware such as towers$ antennas$ co-axial cabling$ category ( cabling$ and &* amplifier and spea!ers. Gxact re+uirements will be specified on a pro"ect by pro"ect basis$ by the &olice Glectronics ,upport 7nit The &olice Glectronics ,upport 7nit will install$ after practical completion of the building wor!s$ the re+uired Ease <adio e+uipment. *ll coaxial radio cabling shall be reticulated in separate conduits ducts to avoid interference with the 7T& cabling. * draw wire is re+uired in all conduits. UH' RADIO REPEATER STATION 'onsideration shall be given to the installation of a remotely located radio e+uipment with the aim toB improving each stations local radio communicationsI and negating the re+uirement for a large radio tower at each station$ unless re+uired for 0: radio. Gstablishment cost will vary depending on type installation re+uired and site availability. The &olice Glectronics ,upport 7nit will arrange installation. POLICE RADIO AERIAL UH' + H' RADIO S7STEM * contractor$ during construction$ shall install free-standing aerial mast tower. Gnsure that the aerial tags are aligned correctly. The mast tower shall be located close to the station to minimise conduit and coax runs. Its location shall ensure that the 0: Travelling #ave /ipole *ntenna has clearance to be set up in an inverted ? configuration. * 079T antenna shall be mounted on top of the tower for the 70: radio. The mast tower shall be earthed to *ustralian *, 145;. Install two 8(11 mm high$ above ground level 2*6%3$ galvanised angles. *ngles to be in line$ positioned 15.( meters either side of the aerial mast tower$ set in concrete and supported. %ocate away from traffic areas.

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This installation is typically re+uired for country stations. 'hanges$ due to obstructions$ to be in consultation with &olice Glectronics ,upport 7nit. install a concealed 111 mm conduit$ from a "unction box in the communications alcove radio room to the access hatch at the foot of the aerial mast tower. This conduit shall be underground and have minimum radius bends of 1 metre to be capable of housing both the <6218 and *ndrews coax cable. for the H' R$&io system$ install a <6218 coax cable$ in the 111 mm conduit. *t the 0: antenna connection point at the top of the mast tower leave a tail of 511 mm. for the UH' R$&io system install$ in accordance with manufactures instructions$ a 079T antenna at the top of the aerial mast tower. Install an *ndrews %/:9(1 coax cable in the 111 mm conduit$ from the 079T antenna to the communication room alcove. In the communications room alcove provide a short <6219 coax tail from the %/:9(1 cable "unction box to a - type female soc!et$ on a flush mount white plastic wall plate$ to enable connection to the &olice base radio. The cable termination at the antennas shall be concealed$ waterproofed and within the antenna brac!ets.

The cable end2s3 shall be terminated$ in the communication room alcove$ with - type female soc!ets$ part no c89-8;$ on flush mount white plastic wall plates engraved 70: <*/IC *-TG--* C7T%GT or 0: <*/IC *-TG--* C7T%GT as appropriate and mounted on the bench mounted ducted s!irting or below the bench$ depending on the type of remote system to be used. UH' RADIO S7STEM * contractor$ during construction$ shall provide and install 079T type 9(1-951 mhD UH' radio antenna2s3 located on the highest point of the building using a mounting brac!et approved by the &olice Glectronics ,upport 7nit$ which will be applicable to the design and construction of the building Eetween each individual antenna to the radio e+uipment or Cmnitronics control rac! install a <6218 coax cable in a 82 mm concealed conduit with slow bends. The cable termination at the antenna2s3 end shall be water proofed and concealed within the antenna brac!et with sufficient free cable to allow antenna changes. The conduit shall finish "ust short of the antenna brac!et to allow excess cable to be retracted. The cable end2s3 termination in the communication room alcove$ shall be with - type female soc!et2s3$ part no c89-8;$ on flush mount white plastic wall plate2s3 engraved 70: <*/IC *-TG--* C7T%GT and mounted on the bench mounted ducted s!irting or below the bench depending on the type of radio system to be used$ as approved by the &olice Glectronics ,upport 7nit.
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This installation is typically re+uired for metropolitan stations and country stations$ using a remote repeater station$ which does not re+uire a 0: Ease radio. POLICE BASE RADIO AND OMNITRONICS CONTROL E9UIPMENT REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 49

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS The &olice ,ervices <adio ,upport 7nit will provide$ install and commission the radio base e+uipment. COMMUNICATIONS MONITORING 'ommunications )onitoring should be provided in those rooms identified on the activity space data sheets. This facility may not be re+uired in some instances. The contractor during construction shall provide and installB a <G/:C</ *2111 &ublic *ddress *mplifier or e+ual with 81w 111v output and two inputsI spea!ers$ with the following characteristicsB 211mm diaI five watt ratedI tapped line transformer type designed to be connected to a 111v line to all nominated roomsI and mounted flush in the ceiling with neat plastic dust proofed spea!er grillsI continuously variable volume attenuators for each room fitted with a spea!er. radio cabling for the public address system originating from the communications room radio alcove where the radio e+uipment and remote control e+uipment is located via "unction boxes labelled K<*/IC ,&G*NG< #I<I-6L for each floor. The "unction boxes shall be readily accessible and may be located within cupboards enclosing patch panels. The cabling shall be parallel series terminated in an accessible "unction box ad"acent to the amplifier. <adio ,pea!er wiring colour coding is to be blac! and white trace indicator. #iring to spea!ers is to be 1.4(mm2 229 1 23 figure ; flexible cord.
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#here the communications monitoring system is integrated with a public address system$ ensure that communications monitoring is not provided to public areas. RADIO RESPONSE HANDSETS -RRH1 SPECIAL HANDSETS :or country /istrict 'omplexes and large ,atellite ,tations$ consideration shall be given to remote operation of the base set using a special telephone handset. %ocation of handsets shall be based on demonstrated operational needs with no more than eight <<0 outlets provided per radio. <efer to activity space data sheets for locations. * contractor$ during construction$ shall install for each radio response handset 8 9 pair 7T& 'ategory ( cabling from the Cmnitronics <ac! or radio e+uipment location to the individual remote handset control points. These are -CT able to be daisy chained. These points shall be terminated in 5 ; way <J 9( connectors mounted on flush all plates 2&lastic white3 and engraved <*/IC <G)CTG C7T%GT. *t the remote locations install connector at s!irting level as near as possible to the wor! station2s3. If the wor! station2s3 are not located against a wall consideration shall be REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 50

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS given to recessed floor-mounted soc!ets. *t the radio end install on bench mounted ducted s!irting. <efer to Integrated 'abling ,ystem on page GrrorB <eference source not found. The handsets shall be supplied$ installed and commissioned by the &olice ,ervices Glectronics ,upport 7nit. *ll cabling and associated e+uipment to be *7,T<*%I*- 'C))7-I'*TIC-, *7T0C<ITH approved.
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This installation is typically re+uired for country stations with more than one 70: radio channel to control.
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This installation is typically re+uired for country stations with only one 70: radio channel to control. TELEPHONE AND RADIO ACCESS -TARA1 :or large two storey country /istrict 'omplexes$ consideration shall be given to remote operation of the base radio set using the telephone system. This is achieved by use of a Tara 2111 ,ystem$ which is interfaced to stationAs &*EM via analogue extension circuits. The radio can be operated by dialling a telephone number. The &olice ,ervices Glectronics Eranch will install the Tara system in the 19L rac!$ after practical completion. * contractor$ during construction$ shall provide an *ustralian 'ommunications *uthority approved telephone connection in the 'ommunications *lcove <oom or ,ecurity 'ommunications <oom REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 51

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS for the police radio. The system has been successfully installed at Nalgoorlie /istrict 'omplex. <e+uirements shall be confirmed with the &olice Glectronics ,upport 7nit.
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A&& & POLICE RADIO INSTALLATIONS The #estern *ustralia &olice 2#*&C%3 operate both 70: and 0: voice radio networ!s. The specific re+uirements for radio installations will vary between stations so it is necessary to obtain details from the &olice <adio and Glectronic ,ervices 7nit 2<G,73 prior to completing the brief. #*&C% may also decide to include additional radio services such as )arine ,earch and <escue and other 6overnment /epartments. 6enerally contractors will be re+uired to provide and install towers$ antennas$ co-axial cabling and category 5 cabling for radio handset outlets. Gxact re+uirements will be specified by <G,7. *fter practical completion of the building <G,7 will install and commission the radio e+uipment. Typical installations will include the followingB RADIO TOWERS AND ANTENNAS #here specified the contractor$ during construction$ shall Install a free-standing antenna tower. The tower shall be located close to the station to minimise conduit and co-axial cable runs. Its location shall ensure that the 0: Travelling #ave /ipole *ntenna has clearance to be installed in an inverted ? configuration. * ,)92,, antenna shall be mounted on top of the tower for the 70: radio. The tower shall be earthed to *ustralian ,tandard *, 145;. Install two 8111 mm high$ above ground level 2*6%3$ galvanised angles. *ngles to be in line$ positioned 12 meters either side of the tower$ set in concrete and supported$ to be located away from traffic areas.

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This installation is typically re+uired for country stations. &ossible changes$ due to obstructions$ to be in consultation through <G,7. Install minimum two 223 concealed (1 mm conduits$ from a "unction box in the communications alcove radio room to the access hatch at the foot of the aerial mast tower. This conduit shall be underground and have minimum radius bends of 1 metre to be capable of housing both the <6218 and *ndrews co-axial cable. :or the 0: <adio system$ install a <6218 co-axial cable$ in the (1 mm conduit. *t the 0: antenna connection point at the top of the mast tower leave a tail of 511 mm. :or the 70: <adio system$ install 2in accordance with manufactures instructions3 a ,)92,, antenna at the top of the aerial mast tower. Install an *ndrews %/:9(1 co-axial cable in the (1 mm conduit$ from the antenna to the Tower inspection plate. The cable termination at the antennas shall be concealed$ waterproofed and within the antenna brac!ets. *t the inspection plate lightening protection is to be mounted inside on a purpose made brac!et. <6 218 is to be run from the inspection plate lightening protection to the communication room alcove. In the communications room provide a short <6218 coaxial tail from the cable "unction box to an --type female soc!et$ on a flush mount wall plate$ to enable connection to the &olice base radio. * 8(mm earth cable is to be connected to the radio rac! earth strip and run with the feeder cables to the base of the tower and is to be connected to the nearest earthing point on the tower to provide earthing for the rac! e+uipment

The cable end2s3 shall be terminated$ in the communication room$ with --type female soc!ets on flush mount wall plates engraved 70: <*/IC *-TG--* C7T%GT or 0: <*/IC *-TG--* C7T%GT as appropriate and mounted on the bench mounted ducted s!irting or below the bench$ depending on the type of remote system to be used. *ll coaxial radio cabling shall be reticulated in separate conduits ducts to avoid interference with the 7T& cabling. * draw wire is re+uired in all conduits. B%il&i"* Mo%"t & A"t ""$s #here specified the contractor$ during construction$ shall provide and install radio antenna2s3 REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 53

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS located on the highest point of the building using a mounting brac!et approved by <G,7$ which will be applicable to the design and construction of the building.F Eetween each individual antenna to the radio e+uipment rac! install a <6218 co-axial cable in a 82 mm concealed conduit with slow bends. The cable termination at the antenna2s3 end shall be water proofed and concealed within the antenna brac!et with sufficient free cable to allow antenna changes. The conduit shall finish "ust short of the antenna brac!et to allow excess cable to be retracted. The cable end2s3 termination in the communication room alcove$ shall be with --type female soc!et2s3 on flush mount wall plate2s3 engraved 70: <*/IC *-TG--* C7T%GT and mounted on the bench mounted ducted s!irting or below the bench depending on the type of radio system to be used$ as approved by <G,7.
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RADIO HANDSET OUTLETS The contractor$ during construction shall install 'ategory 5 cabling between the radio e+uipment rac! and radio handset outlets. <G,7 will need to be consulted prior to completing the brief to specify the locations for the <adio 0andset Cutlets. Gach radio handset re+uires a 9 pair 7T& 'ategory 5 cable. Gach cable runs from the radio e+uipment rac! to the wall plate outlet at each of the specified locations. These are -CT able to be daisy chained. These points shall be terminated in ; way <J-9( connectors mounted on flush wall plates and engraved <*/IC 0*-/,GT C7T%GT. *t the handset locations install connector at s!irting level as near as possible to the wor! station2s3. If the wor! station2s3 are not located against a wall consideration shall be given to recessed floormounted soc!ets. The 'at 5 cables should be run to a patch panel at the top of the radio e+uipment rac!. The handsets shall be supplied$ installed and commissioned by <G,7. *ll cabling and associated e+uipment to be *ustralian 'ommunications *uthority approved.
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70: <*/IC 1 70: <*/IC 2 'C*M <6218 82mm 'C-/7IT

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; #*H '*E%G *, &G< TGMT ;# ; #*H ,C'NGT, C&%*TG,. 7& TC T0<GG &G< <G)CTG I-TG<:*'G. TG<)I-*TIC- ,C'NGT, TC EG *T ,NI<TI-6 %G?G% 7-%G,, T0G I-TG-/G/ #C<N ,T*TIC- I, -CT %C'*TG/ -G*< * #*%% #0G<G 'C-,I/G<*TIC,0C7%/ EG 6I?G- TC :%CC< )C7-T 7-/G< T0G #C<N,T*TIC-.

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; #*H '*E%G *, &G< TGMT ; #*H ,C'NGT, C&%*TG, 7& TC T0<GG &G< <G)CTG I-TG<:*'GT0<GG TG<)I-*TIC- ,C'NGT, TC EG *T ,NI<TI-6 %G?G%$ 7-%G,, T0G I-TG-/G/ #C<N ,T*TIC- I, -CT %C'*TG/ -G*< * #*%%$ #0G<G 'C-,I/G<*TIC,0C7%/ EG 6I?G- TC :%CC< )C7-TI-6 -/G< T0G #C<N,T*TIC-.

This installation is typically re+uired for country stations with only one 70: radio channel to control. RADIO + TELEPHONE INTERCONNECT #here specified the contractor$ during construction$ shall provide an *ustralian 'ommunications *uthority approved telephone connection in the <adio 'ommunications room for radio telephone interconnect e+uipment. <e+uirements shall be confirmed with <G,7.
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T*'T TG%G&0C-G *-/ <*/IC TG%G&0C-G I-TG<:*'G ,C'NGT

UH' RADIO REPEATER STATION 'onsideration shall be given to the installation of additional repeaters with the aim toB improve networ! coverageI negate the re+uirement for a large radio tower at each station$ unless re+uired for 0: radio. Gstablishment cost will vary depending on type of installation re+uired and site availability. <G,7 will arrange installation. 25 )arch 2111 CUSTODIAL DESIGN CRITERIA APPROVED COMPONENTS + ELEMENTS Toil t D l t & ,toddart 'ombined &edestal &an and Easin 7nit )odel -umber #*&,T&18 6,G /istributors 1 8 'obbler &lace$ )irraboo!a$ #* 5151 &h 1; 9899 1(55 55

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS A&& & ,toddart 'ombined &edestal &an and Easin 7nit )odel -umberB ,&&%.T&.',.-T.:*.G/.#* Tom ,toddart &ty %td 199 Jac!son <oad ,unnyban! 0ills Sld 919 Tel 2143 889( (111 :ax 2143 8899 1111 Gmail salesXstoddart.com.au #eb ,ite www.stoddart.com.au 81 *ugust 2111 Acti.it# Sp$c 1:4-4 CHARGE ROOM D l t & Ceiling &aint A&& & Ceiling *coustic *bsorbent 2'oruline or ,imilar3 <everberation Time Y 1.( seconds CUSTODIAL DESIGN CRITERIA CHARGE ROOM + SALL7 PORT + DETAINEE ENTR7 DIGITAL RECORDER A&& & The ceiling mounted microphones in the 'harge <oom should be located as close as possible to the speech sourceI ie in front of the air grill at the top of the doc!$ and in front of the normal position of the police officer when tal!ing to the &I'. PLANNING GUIDELINES PUBLIC 'O7ER + RECEPTION A&& & The glass shall be clear$ shatterproof toughened laminated safety glass. TECHNICAL CRITERIA ADDED APPENDI( 4 T*,G< %C*/I-6 7-%C*/I-6 E*H, &olice )anual reference :<-1.5.9 ,afety of Taser states that unless exceptional circumstances exist$ the Taser shall only be loaded or unloaded in a Qdesignated loading bayF and in a Qsafe directionF. * designated unloading bay is defined as a surface which will readily contain the probes and prevent ricochet in the event of an unauthorised discharge. Taser %oading 7nloading Eays are supplied by Cperational ,afety and Tactics Training 7nit 2C,TT73 and can be ordered on <)I,. 7se M$t ri$l No6 3:1;G;. In regards to deliveries$ the following will applyB <egional #*B will be freight forwarded 2cost to re+uestor3I )etropolitan <egionB <e+uestors will need to collect from C,TT7.

The KTaser %oading 7nloading EayL is to be fixed to the wall immediately ad"acent to the *&'-111 :irearm 7nloading /evice$ with the centre of the rubber mat at a height of 911mm above the floor and 9(1mm to the left or right of centre on the upright of the *&'-111 2see attached photograph3. Taser serviceability$ load and unload procedure posters can be re+uested through C,TT7 and will be forwarded as an email attachment. REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 56

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Acti.it# Sp$c Operations upport !acilities 3:@ - 1 Armo%r# A&& & Comm "ts *ppendix 2B Taser %oading 7nloading Eay Installation Instructions TECHNICAL CRITERA H7DRAULICS WATER 'ILTERS A&& & In country locations the +uality of the scheme water shall be assessed. If the +uality is deemed poor and a Kwhole of complexL water filter is re+uired %and P Euildings will be responsible for the ongoing routine maintenance. If despite the water +uality being deemed satisfactory$ the facility staff re+uest a water filter in the amenities room then it shall be select P installed on the basis that the facility staff are responsible for the on going replacement of filters. Acti.it# Sp$c taff !acilities 3:@ 8 1 5 4 Am "iti s Room A&& & H#&r$%lics 8 W$t r S%ppl# #ater :ilters - <efer to Technical 'riteria = 0ydraulics CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES DIGITAL VIDEO + AUDIO RECORDER S7STEM A&& & The system$ motion activated shall record all ''T? cameraFs located in the 'harge <oom$ ,ally &ort$ /etainee Gntry and the corridor outside all general P padded cells and holding rooms. CELL BLOC0 CORRIDORS A&& & <ecorded ''T? coverage shall be provided in all cell bloc! corridors outside holding rooms$ general and padded cells to provide recorded coverage of officers underta!ing cell chec!s and persons in custody being escorted to and from cells. <efer to /igital ?ideo *udio <ecorder ,ystem for details. TECHNICAL CRITERIA MECHANICAL 8 THERMAL COM'ORT - CONDENSATION D l t & 'ondensation within a building has the potential to cause ongoing maintenance problems and damage. 'ondensation problems often occur in the north of #estern *ustralia where the dew point fre+uently exceeds building components surface$ the internal space temperature or the supply air 2cold3 duct surface temperature. In susceptible climates$ the design shall prevent condensation on building surfaces or ductwor! within the building. Cne method of reducing this ris! is to locate the cold ductwor! within the conditioned space. REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 57

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A&& & 'ondensation within a building has the potential to cause ongoing maintenance problems and damage. 'ondensation problems often occur in the north of #estern *ustralia where the dew point fre+uently exceeds building components surface$ the internal space temperature or the supply air 2cold3 duct surface temperature. The /esign /evelopment <eport shall clearly state the philosophy and design principles adopted to minimise building condensation. /uring construction the pro"ect team shall ensure that the contractor adheres to the specified and documented air conditioning system. The design engineer shallB not rely on performance specification and documentation that allows the contractor to interpret design philosophy and e+uipment selectionI ensure that shop drawings issued by the contractor do not depart from the tender documentation and if alternatives are proposed that the alternatives will benefit the pro"ect and not be accepted for cost savings aloneI be responsible to ensure that the specified or alternatively accepted system is suitable rests with the design and will be held responsible for any design failuresI and ensure that the documented system can be easily maintained and that parts are readily available in *ustralia. /uring final commissioning and maintenance the contractor shall ensureB +uality service and maintenance is carried outI all operation and maintenance manuals be comprehensive and include the design philosophy$ documented details$ maintenance regimes$ warranties$ all e+uipment and clear control se+uences. Gnsue that as constructed drawings are chec!ed to ensure the content is correctI and commissioning results are witnessed by the mechanical services consultant. The pro"ect team reference K*I<*0 0umid Tropical *ir 'onditioning *pplications )anual /*21L. The following critical issues shall be considered incorporated in the design of air conditioning systems in susceptible climatesB indoor design criteria shall be 29Z' and ((J<0 2-ot to exceed 51J <03I ensure the building is under positive pressure during all combinations of outdoor air and exhaust se+uences. The cell areas shall have a lower pressure than all other ad"acent building areas thus continually maintaining a positive pressure against ambientI fully air condition all internal spaces including passagesI external doors- charge room$ sally-port$ property store = provide clear signage that states that doors must be !ept closed at all times. 'onsider the use of air-loc!sI ceiling registers to be designed to flow downwards and not along the ceiling liningI design wet areas separately from other areas to minimise condensation due to showersI use surface mounted ceiling fittings to minimise lea!agesI all components of the air-conditioning system structure and other services shall be designed to prevent cold bridgingI the design shall prevent condensation on building surfaces or ductwor! within the building. Cne method of reducing this ris! is to locate the cold ductwor! within the conditioned space.I provide building insulation in accordance with the E'*I provide thermal ceiling insulation with the re+uired thermal Q<L valueI Gnsure all ceiling insulation excludes foils or scrim facing$ essentially ma!ing the insulation permeableI insulate components such as condensate drains$ pipe wor!$ and fan coil units etch to prevent condensationI do not oversiDe air-conditioning units$ specify the correct coil performance and caution shall be ta!en when using inverter compressor technologies with inherent part load dehumidification performance limitationsI consideration to the ceiling space shall be given when calculating the air conditioning system capacitiesI REVISION 25 January 2013 / PRINTED 21/01/2013 14:57 58

WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS &rovide a lapped and sealed continuous vapour barrier between walls and roof with the re+uired regional thermal K<L valuesI services shall be sealed$ insulated and supported where passing through thermal insulation and vapour barriersI and special attention shall be given to the vapour barrier and insulation location. Typically the ?apour barrier is on the outer side with the insulation on the inner ./o not provide foil on the inner face of the insulation unless perforated.

9 /ec 2111

Acti.it# Sp$c Operational upport !acilities 3:@ 8 1 Armo%r# A&& & B%ilti" '%r"it%r Taser storage cabinet = <efer to ,tandard /etail Cption * E ' TECHNICAL CRITERIA AIR CONDITIONING D l t & <elative 0umidity 'ontrol is not <e+uired. A&& & The need for relative humidity control needs to be considered$ particularly for air conditioning systems designed for installation in buildings located -orth of the 25th &arallel. PLANNING GUIDELINES PUBLIC 'O7ER + RECEPTION D l t & The glass shall be clear$ shatterproof toughened laminated safety glass. The barrier shall have a continuous gap of approximately 1(1 mm at bench top to enable paper wor! small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff$ have continuous horiDontal open slots of approximately 1(1 mm to enable verbal communication between customers and serving staff without the need for electronic enhancement whilst providing general protection from physical and fluid attac!$. The barrier shall not be designed to resist firearm attac! or provide total protection from fluid attac!. A&& & 2see Technical 'riteria 1.8 ,tructure for specification for this item3. TECHNICAL CRITERIA STRUCTURAL 16@616463 PUBLIC COUNTER SECURIT7 BARRIER The purpose of the barrier is to protect serving staff from physical and partial fluid attac!. The barrier enables verbal communication between customers and serving staff without the need for a supplementary intercom system. The barrier shallB have a continuous gap of approximately 1(1 mm at the bench top to enable paper wor! or small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff. 0ave continuous horiDontal open slots of approximately 1(1 mm to enable verbal communication between customers and serving staff without the need for an intercom system whilst providing general protection from physical and fluid attac!. &rovide sufficient space on top of the counter on the public side to enable forms to be completed with the assistance of serving staff. 59

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9 :eb 2111

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS Gl$ss The glass installed in the barrier shall consist of two layers of (mm toughened glass sandwiched on either side of a 1.(2mm clear security film to create an 11.(2mm laminated panel with flat polished arrised edges. 'r$m The glass shall be installed into 9(mm x 9(mm selected powder coated aluminum centre glaDed partition framing. &rovide flat poc!et filler to sections where glass does not exist. The framing shall have a head frame but no sill frame to enable papers and small ob"ects to be passed through at the bottom and suitable fixing at the head frame. )ullions shall be at maximum 1(11mm centers. )ullions shall be securely fixed through counter cabinetwor! with concealed brac!ets. Jambs shall be securely fixed to side walls. 0ead frame shall be fixed thru ceiling into a 4(mm x 8(mm x 1.1( thic! partition framing braced bac! to roof framing or concrete slab above. 2 )arch 2111 CUSTODIAL DESIGN CRITERIA APPROVED COMPONENTS ELEMENTS D l t & ,toddart &edestal &an )odelB #*&,T&12, ,toddart 'ombined &edestal &an and Easin 7nit )odelB ,&&%.T&.',.-T.:*.G/.#* A&& & ,toddart Toilet &an )odelB SPPL6TP6W'6@6S6S6BSA6VAR ,toddart ,ecurity #ash Easin <ound )odelB SPPL6WB6SR46'M6LSA6NB6VAR

CUSTODIAL DESIGN GUIDELINES 1636@6H6@ DRIN0ING 5 HAND WASHING UNIT D l t & *lternatively a combined toilet pan and basin can be utiliDed. <efer to *pproved 'omponents Glements %ist. A&& & #here practicable$ any access panels attached to these units are to be securely fastened with stainless steel pop rivets in preference to tamper proof screws. 1636@6H6G TOILET D l t & *lternatively a combined toilet pan and basin can be utiliDed. <efer to *pproved 'omponents Glements %ist. A&& & #here practicable$ any access panels attached to these units are to be securely fastened with stainless steel pop rivets in preference to tamper proof screws. 9 )ay 2111 TECHNICAL CRITERIA 16;6@6461 E(TERNAL Polic V ,icl P$r?i"* Compo%"& 60

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE BUILDING CODE REVISIONS A&& & #here 'olorbond type fences are installed the following minimum standard shall applyB 0eight 2.1)I Gach panel to be 2.9) wide 2maximum3 between centres of the ,0, postsI ,heets shall be pop riveted to all railsI Cverlapped sheets shall be riveted togetherI Two brace rails shall be installed 2horiDontally3 on the inside of the fence$ e+ually spaced between the top and bottom railI ,heets and rails to be riveted from the outside in 2ie rivet head to be external3I *ll sheets$ rails$ posts and caps to be the same colourI :ence posts shall be (1mm x (1mm x2.4)$ 15 gauge 2s+uare3 ,0, with capI :ootings shall be 811mm x 811mmwide$ 511mm deep and filled with a standard concrete mix.

12 )ay 2111

*ll boundary fences walls installed at buildings in areas designated Qhigh windF in the Euilding 'ode of *ustralia are to be constructed in accordance with the structural building standards for the applicable Done. TECHNICAL CRITERIA STRUCTURAL 16@616463 PUBLIC COUNTER SECURIT7 BARRIER

19 June 2111

D l t & A&& & have a continuous gap of approximately 211 mm at the bench top to enable paper wor! or small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff. have a continuous gap of approximately 1(1 mm at the bench top to enable paper wor! or small ob"ects to be passed between customers and serving staff.

81 -ovember 2111

TECHNICAL CRITERIA 16E WALL ELEMENTS 16E61 DOORS A&& & */I 0491 0inge Eolts or e+uivalent to be fitted to outward opening *rmoury door. Acti.it# Sp$c Operational upport !acilities 3:@ 8 1 Armo%r# 36: WALL ELEMENTS Doors A&& & Cutward opening.

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