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Recognition of service and farewell – BTP Chief Constable Paul Crowther

5th February 2021

Recognition of service and farewell – BTP Chief Constable Paul Crowther

The British Transport Police Authority thanks British Transport Police’s outgoing Chief Constable, Paul Crowther, for his dedication over his 40 years of continuous service. Paul has had an outstanding career and we recognise his huge contribution to keeping Britain’s railways safe. For many of those who have worked alongside Paul over the years he will…

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Your views matter – 2021 Policing Plan Consultation survey

18th January 2021

Your views matter – 2021 Policing Plan Consultation survey

Your views matter and are important when shaping British Transport Policing Plans for 2021/22. The British Transport Police Authority publishes the policing plans every April following consultation with its rail industry partners, BTP staff, officers and other relevant parties. The proposals included in the survey are based on research and engagement conducted by the British…

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New BTP complaint reforms introduced 4 January 2021

30th December 2020

New BTP complaint reforms introduced 4 January 2021

In January 2017, the Policing and Crime Act 2017 achieved Royal Assent which was the vehicle to introduce wide-reaching reforms across the entire disciplinary system, following the Chapman Report. The changes were introduced with the aim of making the complaints system more customer focused, proportionate, less adversarial, with greater emphasis on improvement and learning. These…

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Vacancy – Finance Business Partner (Charging)

21st December 2020

Vacancy – Finance Business Partner (Charging)

A vacancy exists for a Finance Business Partner (Charging). This role is for a 23 month fixed term contract paying up to £70,495.76 per annum with British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) based in London Bridge, London. The British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) is responsible for ensuring an efficient and effective police force for the railways. It was…

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Lucy D’Orsi announced as new British Transport Police Chief Constable

3rd December 2020

Lucy D’Orsi announced as new British Transport Police Chief Constable

The British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) today announced that Lucy D’Orsi has been appointed as Chief Constable of the British Transport Police (BTP).  She will take up her appointment early in the New Year. Lucy is currently the Metropolitan Police’s Deputy Assistant Commissioner (DAC) for Specialist Operations. The current BTP Chief Constable Paul Crowther CBE…

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