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New Deputy Chief Executive joins BTPA

9th September 2014

New Deputy Chief Executive joins BTPA

Charlotte Vitty is the British Transport Police Authority’s new Finance Director and Deputy Chief Executive. Charlotte is responsible for supporting the Chief Executive in the general management of the Authority as well as negotiating, collecting and managing the allocation of charges for Police Service Agreement holders and the British Transport Police Fund. A qualified accountant,…

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‘Security on the Railway’ report released

5th September 2014

‘Security on the Railway’ report released

BTPA have responded to a Transport Select Committee report released today about security on the railways. Chair of the British Transport Police Authority Millie Banerjee said:“We are pleased the Transport Select Committee has recognised the achievement’s BTP has made in reducing crime year on year during the ten years the Authority has overseen the Force’s…

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Making the difference

21st August 2014

Making the difference

BTP have released their 2013 – 14 annual report which gives information on their territorial restructure, current targets, challenges and achievements. Notable achievements include a reduction of 18 per cent in recorded robberies, a 17 per cent drop in theft of passenger property and a 37 per cent fall in theft of cable from the…

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Authority announce new Deputy Chief Constable for BTP

14th August 2014

Authority announce new Deputy Chief Constable for BTP

The British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) has today announced the appointment of the new Deputy Chief Constable for the BTP. Millie Banerjee Chair of the BTPA said: “I am delighted to announce that the Authority has appointed Adrian Hanstock as the new Deputy Chief Constable for BTP. “This appointment follows a robust and challenging process…

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Transport Minister says ‘BTPA are still necessary’

21st July 2014

Transport Minister says ‘BTPA are still necessary’

A recent government review into the BTPA has concluded the Authority is still necessary and remains the right body for overseeing the work of the transport police. The Minister of State for Transport Baroness Kramer published part one of a triennial review of BTPA and its functions on 14 July. Transport Minister Baroness Kramer said: “I am pleased…

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