Okay, this [key-card] will get you into all of the perimeter doors, this one into the evidence room, and this one's for my father's office. [...] Okay, now almost everybody's out dealing with the blackout. But there's always somebody at the front desk-- there's dispatch, and usually a night-shifter or two. You guys are gonna use the service door entrance by the dumpster, all right? No one uses it."
Stiles Stilinski to Scott McCall and Kira Yukimura about the Beacon County Sheriff's Station in Illuminated

The Beacon County Sheriff Station is known for being the local law enforcement Teen Wolf, serving the roughly 30,000 citizens of Beacon Hills and the roughly 500,000 citizens of Beacon County. The station is run by Sheriff Stilinski, who has numerous deputies at his command, including Deputy Sheriff Jordan Parrish, Valerie Clark, Deputy Strauss and Deputy Haigh.

Due to the high volume of supernatural crimes (most of which cannot be publicly solved due to the secret of the supernatural world), the station often is sent liaison officers from the Federal Bureau of Investigations to assist them, and, in some cases, investigate the station's employees themselves; this was evidenced when Special Agent Rafael McCall was sent to Beacon Hills to investigate Sheriff Stilinski and his inability to resolve cases in Season 3, and when he hung around to continue assisting the station after Sheriff was exonerated.

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  • The Sheriff's Station has been under attack by supernatural and non-supernatural creatures several times; however, most employees are still unaware of the existence of these creatures, as evidenced by Deputy Strauss's questions to Scott McCall and Stiles Stilinski about whether they believe in the supernatural in Season 5B's The Sword and the Spirit.
    • It is also currently unclear how much Dpt. Clark knows about the supernatural, given that she has been involved in several supernatural attacks as well.

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