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Station A-3, Concord, is situated with its front door on Route 2, located between two of the states prisons, MCI Concord (maximum) to the south and Northeast Correctional (minimum) to the north. The Concord barracks is a three story brick Colonial built during the 1930's. The barracks was constructed as part of the WPA program, a program developed as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "New Deal" plan to rescue the United States from the Great Depression. The barracks was originally built on route 2 prior to the advent of Routes 128/95, 495 and the Mass. Turnpike to provide coverage on a heavily traveled east/west corridor. Today, the barracks coverage area is over 237 square miles in 14 cities and towns and is also home to the Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Section or "Truck Team"; a national model for enforcement agencies. The Concord Barracks also assists Hanscom Air Force Base with security and law enforcement and assists Park Rangers at historic Minuteman National Park.
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Cities/Towns patrolled by the Concord Barracks include: