DETROIT (WWJ) – The Mayor delivers on his promise for a new police headquarters.

The media and others received a tour of the new $60 million Detroit Public Safety facility. C. Beth DunCombe of the Detroit Building Authority says the new headquarters should be nearly full by the middle of next month.

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“We are not moving out of firehouses and precincts, that’s number one, we believe basically by mid-July, this building will be pretty well occupied,” said DunCombe.

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Mayor Bing didn’t miss the opportunity to note the budget savings for the city with the opening of the new headquarters.

“I don’t want it to go unnoticed – the consolidation of all these departments means that we are going to save from our general fund about three million dollars a year. That’s huge,” said Mayor Bing.

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When it fully opens, the over 400,000 square-foot complex will house police, fire, EMS, homeland security and a state police forensics laboratory.