Princess Anne is to visit Northamptonshire Police’s new Criminal Justice Centre next week.
Her Royal Highness will visit the site in Pavilion Drive, Northampton, on Thursday, February 7, between 11am and midday.
Superintendent Sean Bell will lead The Princess Royal on a tour of the centre, including the custody suite, charge room and intoximeter room.
Her Royal Highness will also meet partners and contractors involved with the eight-year building project.
Her Royal Highness will then be introduced to officers and staff working at the centre, including representatives from the public protection, intelligence, and criminal investigation departments.
The visit will close with the unveiling of a plaque to commemorate The Princess Royal’s visit.
Police & crime commissioner Adam Simmonds said: “It is a great honour that Princess Anne is to visit the Criminal Justice Centre and we look forward to welcoming Her Royal Highness to this innovative new building.”