April 23, 2014
Since the police began using the trophy cameras in September, nine incidents of trespassing in the subways have been caught on camera, and two people have been arrested as a result, according to the report.
December 26, 2013
Raymond Diaz will oversee security for the agency, including coordinating security efforts with the Department of Homeland Security, FBI, the National Guard, NYPD and State Police, as well as the MTA Police Department.
December 2, 2013
The bus had been trying to parallel park in front of the Cornell Club.
November 8, 2012
Includes Train Order Maintenance Sweeps, with transit police at Canada Line and SkyTrain stations around Metro Vancouver, stepping aboard each train and briefly scanning the car. Adopted after a recent bomb scare.
April 17, 2012
After a recent increase in violence against transit workers, Sen. Eric Adams is re-introducing his proposal from last year to let commuter train and Amtrak crews carry Tasers and extending it to bus drivers and subway contractors.
July 18, 2011
NYPD's security strategy includes the use of bomb-sniffing dogs, random bag checks, regular inspections of tunnels and mining for intelligence about potential threats.
March 29, 2011
The officers arrested the Dix Hills resident and turned him over to the Suffolk County Police Department. He's been charged in connection with the robberies that took place between Feb. 17 and March 24.
February 14, 2011
New York Police transit officer Terrance Howell tackled the man who allegedly went on a daylong rampage, after he attacked another victim Saturday morning and changed subway trains
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