Inspirational LEGO City Police toyMulti-model playset with realistic vehicles, detailed buildings and fun characters from the LEGO City Adventures TV series.
Build-and-play fun for kids aged 6+Using Digital Instructions PLUS via the LEGO Life app, kids can zoom, rotate and visualize the set as they build.
LEGO City Police Station
Police station includes a LEGO light-brick searchlight.
Fun for little engineers
Fun for little engineers
Stimulates imaginative play
Kids can enjoy crook-catching fun with LEGO City characters.
Cool Police Vehicle
Working roof lights and siren for realistic car chases.
Robust crook truck
Crooks can head off road with this rugged gateway vehicle.
Lever-activated jailbreak function adds fun to the play.
A host of fun minifigure characters.This fun minifigure lineup includes LEGO City Adventures TV series characters like Duke DeTain, Chief Wheeler, and Daisy Kaboom.
November 23rd, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0
Go Directly To Jail
I would recommend this to a friend!
Purchased for: SelfFirst things first, lets talk about the Light and Sound Brick that comes with the kit. I absolutely love this feature and I will readily admit that I kept pressing it and setting it off whilst I was building because it made me extraordinarily happy. This set also has a light brick that powers the searchlight mounted on top of the building which I thought was a fun touch. The mechanism for the jail break is really well thought through and I was really excited by it. So much so I even took that piece upstairs to demonstrate to my adult son. Yeah, late middle aged on paper only! The station itself is a modular build that snaps together with technic pins so there is some ability to switch the look up. Also, the look of it really reminds me of our local Police Centre - all blocky and glass fronted. Overall, I really like how it looks. Plenty of mini figures included and not just for your police force but also some bad guys. This gives the set wonderful playability without having to get any additional bits and pieces - although this is Lego so you can never just stop at one set. Best one has to be the bulldog though - he is wonderfully snuffly looking. The build was fun and some different techniques used in different sections. A few stickers but most are quite large and make up the interior decoration of the station and a few on the vehicles. Number Of Pieces: 743 Approximate Price Per Piece: £0.12 Build Time: 2.25 HoursPlay Experience5.0Value for Money5.0
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April 26th, 2020Average rating1out of 5 stars1.0
Juniors LEGO kit (4+)This set is like a juniors set. The builds are so easy and it is for a 3-4yo. Me and my child who is 6 and likes LEGO city would rather play with our own stuff and the older LEGO which is ten times better and when in store half the price for equivalent sets. The action features have been the exact same as the 2014 police station and the only one since to differ from the ones in this set was the sea police station. The build experience is also horrible as it is just a bunch of big pieces. The police car looks nothing like a police car and the build is simple. The get away vehicle is just the same old red pickup truck which is always used in the police station kits. Overall the worst police station by farMay 8, 2020Emily, Customer ServiceWe're sorry to hear that you were disappointed in this set. Our recommended age ranges are always estimates, based on things like interest in the subject, types of play features, difficulty of the build, and more. It sounds like your child's had a lot of practice with LEGO® sets! That will usually mean they'll have an easier time than a child who may not have a lot of experience building. If you'd like a hand finding something more challenging, you can always get in touch with our brick experts at LEGO.build/Service-BV.Play Experience2.0Value for Money1.0
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August 16th, 2020Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0
Not the bestCompared to previous LEGO police sets, this one is not the best. A very basic build, more in the junior category of builds. It’s a bunch of square rooms with not a lot of detail. While it isn’t bad it is not good either. I wouldn’t recommend this set.Play Experience4.0Value for Money2.0
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December 1st, 2020Average rating2out of 5 stars2.0
Lego, what happened?I support the police (especially because they need it right now). But I can't believe that Lego would stoop this low to make a stupid set like this. The buildings fall apart easily, the vehicles have appeared in multiple sets before, and 100 stinkin' dollars for the whole shebang. Lego, please stop overpricing your products, as nobody likes it at all.Play Experience3.0Value for Money2.0
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