City of St Albans Police Department Non-Emergency

City of St Albans Police Department Non-Emergency

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(304) 727-2252

51 6th Avenue

Saint Albans
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WV
25177

City of St Albans Police Department Non-Emergency is a business providing services in the field of Embassies. City of St Albans Police Department Non-Emergency is located in Saint Albans, WV on 51 6th Avenue.

City of St Albans Police Department Non-Emergency telephone number is (304) 727-2252.

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City of St Albans Police Department Non-Emergency rating:5 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.
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An embassy in Saint Albans is a diplomatic mission on a foreign land under the control of the ambassador. It is not under the jurisdiction of the foreign power but has its own laws with certain international regulations.



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