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BART communication with public questioned after 2nd teen mob robbery

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

A board director said she plans to meet with BART’s police chief to find out what they are going to do about crime on the transit system, which has seen a surge in robberies this year.

L.A. Metro to launch bolstered police presence in July

Security and Safety | June 27, 2017

The five-year, multi-agency approach includes the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Los Angeles Police Department and Long Beach Police Department.             

Security and Safety | June 8, 2017

BART police sharing crime data with website to boost public access

The site will process the crime data with its advanced mapping engine to show where the crime has occurred within the system.

 

Management & Operations| May 11, 2017

Thieves target Washington transit agency's fareboxes

Investigators said the thieves climbed aboard by pushing open the bus doors, then pried open the fare boxes.

Security and Safety | April 13, 2017

Maryland Transit continues to have lowest number of serious crimes

The number of serious crimes reported on MTA's system has decreased from 388 in 2013 to 285 in 2014, 255 in 2015, and 240 in 2016.

Security and Safety | February 6, 2017

Serious crime down, 'violent crime' up on D.C. Metro

The uptick in violent incidents matches trends observed in large cities nationwide, according to crime experts.

July 27, 2016

5 Tips for Keeping Bus Operators Safe

Ah, summer. Pool parties, barbecues, the smell of honeysuckle and the sight of lightning bugs. Or — a rise in crime, agitated riders seeking air conditioning, heat stroke, a new fiscal year, and the necessary, but unpopular, fare increases. However you view the summer months, with a direct correlation between high temperatures and increased crime, it's vital for transit leaders to be asking themselves, "Have we done everything possible to keep our people safe?"

Security and Safety | March 2, 2016

NYPD to beef up subway security after recent slashings

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton introduced a new plan Wednesday to deploy an NYPD officer on every subway train.

Security and Safety | January 27, 2016

Crimes on Chicago Transit Authority decreased 25% in 2015

Strategies include the expansion of the CTA’s extensive network of security cameras to more than 23,000, including multiple cameras on every CTA train and bus and at every CTA rail station.

Security and Safety | March 12, 2015

Fare evader crackdown helps SEPTA cut subway crime

When "opportunistic thefts" began growing after cell phone service was introduced in the subways, transit police noticed that many thieves got into the subway without paying.

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