The move provides the department with more space and more importantly, upgraded facilities like an improved dispatch and 911 system.
The new building is bigger, and just all around better than their last place. That's not saying much though, it was an old hand-me-down train depot.
They're building is something they said they're proud of.
It's a modern facility which, Coleman Chief Jay Moses said raises moral.
"Any law enforcement need can be met and not have to be stepping over each other to get your job done," Chief Moses said.
Take the new squad room for example.
It has room for six patrol officers to each have their own desk. Before, they all shared one.
"It's nice having your private spot," said Coleman Police Officer, Jason Ritter. "You can have it the way you want it and you don't have to worry about sharing it with everyone else."
Everything is now centrally located. Along with police dispatch, they're now the 911 center for the entire county.
Moses explained, "A lot of the computer equipment is faster and more modern."
It will get the job done quicker and more efficiently. They'll even have new antennas for better transmission on their radio lines.
The new police station has upgrades to everything from this interview room, to simple things like bullet proof glass at the information desk. All important upgrades to the brand new police station.
The city said it's money well spent. It should be though, it came from your tax dollars.
The new facility costs somewhere in neighborhood of $200,000.
"I don't think you're going to find any city this size, anywhere in the Big Country, that has a nicer police station than what we have here in Coleman," said City Manager, Paul Catoe.
Those could could be fighting words though for any similar sized city.
To that, Catoe responded, "I hope they're watching."
And if they are watching, they'll be ready.
The city has planned an open house scheduled for May 14, from 4 to 6 p.m. and encourage community members to stop by and see what their well spent tax dollars have gone to.