The latest news from BTPA.
16th January 2009
Chief Constable Ian Johnston announced today he is to leave British Transport Police (BTP) when his contract expires in September 2009. Having been in the post for eight years, he has decided not to seek a further renewal of his contract. He will leave behind a distinguished record of achievement. “I would like to recognise…
3rd November 2008
Millie Banerjee CBE has been appointed as the new chair of the British Transport Police Authority (BTPA), the Transport Minister Lord Adonis announced today. She will assume the role on 1 December and succeeds Sir Alistair Graham, who finished his term of office at the end of September. “I’m looking forward to the role and…
8th July 2008
The Conservative Party has issued a report produced by its Border Security Advisory Committee, setting out high-level proposals for a new Border Protection Service. The Advisory Committee is one of a number of groups and taskforces set up by the Conservatives to examine specific areas of policy. Commenting on the new report, the Chairman of…
4th June 2008
The Policing Plan for 2008/09 has been published. It is available to view on the Publications section of our website. It is split into each BTP area and there is a National Plan available for viewing along with a National Poster highlighting the targets for 2008/09.
27th March 2008
The Department for Transport (DfT) has decided not to extend Sir Alistair Graham’s contract beyond the 30th September 2008. Sir David O’Dowd, Deputy Chair, will take over as interim Chairman until a successor is appointed. The DfT will be taking steps to recruit a successor. Richard Hemmings BTPA Chief Executive & Clerk