39 Facts About British Transport Police

1. British Transport Police has released images of a suspect and is appealing for information.

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2. British Transport Police have launched a manhunt after a thug broke into a Tube driver's cab and attacked him with a bottle.

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3. British Transport Police are appealing for information to help trace a 61-year-old man from Oban.

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4. British Transport Police were called to the lines, between Bolton and Lostock stations, at 6.20am this morning.

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5. British Transport Police have discovered a body near to the railway tracks in Bolton.

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6. British Transport Police made one arrest and issued two dispersal orders during an operation to deal with anti-social behaviour at a Staffordshire railway station.

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7. British Transport Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to in connection with their investigation.

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8. On 1 July 2004 a police authority for the British Transport Police was created.

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9. British Transport Police is largely funded by the train operating companies, Network Rail, and the London Underground—part of Transport for London.

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10. British Transport Police officers are outraged at the clampdown, introduced to avoid offending other charities.

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11. British Transport Police officers—many of whom are former soldiers—were 'incandescent with rage' over the shock ban.

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12. British Transport Police are investigating an incident after a lorry drove into the level crossing barriers at Station Road in Ely and fled the scene.

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13. British Transport Police said late Friday night that the officer is being treated in a hospital with injuries that are not thought to be life-threatening.

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14. British Transport Police officers have "all the power and privileges of a constable" when:.

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15. British Transport Police is largely funded by the train operating companies, Network Rail, and the London Underground—part of Transport for London.

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16. British Transport Police have appealed for information after a 61-year-old woman was racially abused at Highbury and Islington station.

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17. British Transport Police are appealing for information after a man was stabbed in a knife fight on board a train service as it approached Finsbury Park.

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18. British Transport Police officers do not have jurisdiction in Northern Ireland unless working under mutual aid arrangements for the Police Service of Northern Ireland in which case any duties performed on a railway will be merely incidental to working as a constable in Northern Ireland.

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19. British Transport Police are funded both by central government and by local government.

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20. British Transport Police forces employ staff who perform many functions to assist officers and support the smooth running of their police force.

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21. British Transport Police officers are granted certain powers to enable them to execute their duties.

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22. British Transport Police had to cope with the air raids and direct hits on stations and railways.

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23. The Great Eastern Railway British Transport Police recruited women as special constables, one of the first police forces to do so.

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24. British Transport Police is fairly strict on employee business ethics.

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25. British Transport Police are responsible for policing the railways of the United Kingdom.

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26. British Transport Police have confirmed that the officer stabbed at Ilford Railway Station is recovering at home as they continue to appeal for witnesses to come forward.

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27. In 2015, British Transport Police made 3,922 referrals of missing and vulnerable children and young people to forces in their home area.

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28. British Transport Police have revealed that more than half of the train passengers considered to be involved in county lines are children.

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29. British Transport Police has repeatedly called for more government support and an end to recurrent budget cuts that have rendered the force understaffed.

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30. British Transport Police said a man had been arrested in connection to the attack, which occurred around 21:45 GMT on Friday.

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31. British Transport Police said the male officer was approached by a suspect outside Ilford Station and attacked with a knife.

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32. British Transport Police are asking that anyone who was at Ilford Railway Station on Friday evening and saw anything of the incident, to please get in touch.

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33. British Transport Police said late Friday night that the officer is being treated in a hospital with injuries that are not thought.

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34. British Transport Police are the only special police force that employ police community support officers.

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35. On 1 July 2004 a police authority for the British Transport British Transport Police was created.

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36. British Transport Police is largely funded by the train operating companies, Network Rail, and the London Underground—part of Transport for London.

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37. British Transport Police officers do not have jurisdiction in Northern Ireland unless working under mutual aid arrangements for the Police Service of Northern Ireland, in which case any duties performed on a railway will be merely incidental to working as a constable in Northern Ireland.

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38. British Transport Police is a national special police force that polices railways and light-rail systems in England, Scotland and Wales, for which it has entered into an agreement to provide such services.

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39. British Transport Police said they are working to establish the.

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