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I have a question regarding public safety departments (specifically, the Greenville Public Safety Department in Greenville, MI). According to their website, the department houses both police and fire for the city, but they are combined solely under the "public safety" moniker, and do not have separate websites. I figure that I should put a police and fire icon at the location, but how should it be named?

asked 07 Sep, 19:44

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Yes, both the police and fire departments can be labeled with separate icons.

Since the official city website refers to these stations collectively and officially as the Public Safety Department, you can label them "Greenville Public Safety Department Police Station", and "Greenville Public Safety Department Fire Station", respectively.

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answered 09 Sep, 11:34

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