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BTPA annual industry workshop 2015

17th July 2015

BTPA annual industry workshop 2015

The BTPA is inviting industry representatives to join this year’s annual workshop to hear how the BTPA and BTP have performed in the last 12 months and to find out more about our plans for the year ahead. Invited guests, which include senior members of staff representing the rail industry, passengers and the Force are…

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BTP Authority seek new Chair

8th July 2015

BTP Authority seek new Chair

We are looking to appoint a new Chair who can provide clear and visible leadership within the British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) and beyond to all stakeholders. You will be responsible for agreeing strategic direction, promoting the highest standards of service delivery and ensuring train operators, their staff and passengers get best value from the…

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Report My Loss, is now free to the public

6th July 2015

Report My Loss, is now free to the public

Report My Loss is a website allowing the UK public to report lost property, with the information then being placed on the national UK Police system. Following successful negotiations; this is now free to persons losing property on the UK rail network (including DLR; Trams and Underground); previously this would have cost the individual £3.95. This new…

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Response: Why targets work for BTP

4th June 2015

Response: Why targets work for BTP

The British Transport Police Authority (BTPA) has overseen the work of the British Transport Police (BTP) for 11 years and in that time BTP have become world class and world leaders in what they do. They are seen as a vital part of the rail family ensuring the safety and security of everyone who uses…

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New targets for rail police backed by passengers

29th May 2015

New targets for rail police backed by passengers

New targets, driven by national passenger feedback, have today been officially handed over to the officers that police Britain’s railways. The British Transport Police Authority (BTPA), which oversees the work of British Transport Police (BTP), has worked closely with the Force to produce this year’s policing plans which, it says, take on board the feedback of…

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