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2020/21 Policing Plan published

21st September 2020

2020/21 Policing Plan published

The British Transport Police (BTP) Policing Plans for 2020/21 are now available to view on the Policing Plan section of the BTPA website. While the objectives in these plans were developed prior to the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Plan acknowledges that operational focus will remain on the demands posed by the virus and…

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Current Vacancies – Stakeholder Engagement and Communications Manager, Charging Manager

1st September 2020

Current Vacancies – Stakeholder Engagement and Communications Manager, Charging Manager

Stakeholder Engagement and Communications Manager (Maternity Cover) The British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) are recruiting maternity cover (from November 2020) for our Stakeholder Engagement and Communications Manager role. For more information, please see the full Candidate Pack for further details. Any questions, please contact katie.stanton@btp.pnn.police.uk. Charging Manager We are also recruiting for a Charging Manager…

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Update regarding the Victoria Station investigation

20th August 2020

Update regarding the Victoria Station investigation

Update: 20 August 2020 On June 5 2020, the BTP invited the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to independently review the available evidence in the Victoria Station investigation involving Belly Mujinga. The BTP said: “In recognition of the wider public interest in the circumstances of this case, whilst we made the decision not to charge, we…

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BTP Deputy Chief Constable to retire from policing

9th July 2020

BTP Deputy Chief Constable to retire from policing

BTP Deputy Chief Constable Adrian Hanstock has announced his retirement from policing after more than 37 years’ service. DCC Hanstock has made the decision to step down in 2021, having served in three different police forces, and running the operational and governance functions of British Transport Police for the last six years. DCC Hanstock said:…

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BTP Authority Meetings can now be watched online

9th July 2020

BTP Authority Meetings can now be watched online

Following our transition to online meetings in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, we are now able to easily record our meetings and share them with the public. You can now watch the most recent Authority Meeting (24 June) in the Committees section of our website.

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