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The St. Pete Police Dept. buried a time capsule at their new headquarters, here's what's inside

Posted at 10:35 AM, Mar 20, 2019

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The St. Pete Police Department's brand new headquarters opens Friday at 11 a.m. and on Wednesday, department officials and construction workers buried a time capsule in a special reflection area on site.

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They buried the time capsule so that in 100 years, the future St. Petersburg Police Department will have the chance to take a look at some of the items they currently use to keep St. Petersburg safe. They put things like patches, maps, challenge coins, clothing and more inside of the capsule.

Here's a list of what they put in the time capsule:

Badge stickers
K-9 Patches
Light-up SPPD wristband
Badge Tattoos
Uniform Patch
Fully accessorized gun-belt
Old Headquarters brick
SPPD key chain
K9 Baseball Cards
Cell Phone
SWAT patch
K9 Patch
Forensics brush
Memorial Badge
SWAT Challenge Coin (2)
Squeeze Light Keychcain
ISB Challenge Coin
Thumb drive w/ General Orders/SOPs
CD w/ General Orders/SOPs
Binder w/ General Orders/SOPs
Ruggedized Computer
Old Training Ctr. Brick
Map of St. Pete
Traffic Wand
SPPD Yearbook
2-way Radio
Memorial Bracelets and Program
The Times Newspaper
The Weekly Challenger Newspaper
Letter from the Chief
SPPD Brochure
St. Petersburg Downtown News Magazine
Class B shirt with brass
Class A Hat with brass
Legal Interpretation of 4th Amendment
Comm. Center Headset
Street Crimes Unit Polo
Recruit Polo (SEPSI)
Recruit Dress Shirt
K9 T-Shirt
Water bottle (Grand opening give-away)
Coaster (Grand opening give-away)
(St. Pete) Street guide booklet
Bldg. plans for new headquarters