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Airway and Transit Policing

The Airway and Transit Policing topic is aimed at the law enforcers who keep our transit systems safe. Railway freight and passenger trains, subway systems and urban commuter buses, and of course commercial airlines and their terminals would all be vulnerable to crime and terrorism if not for the sheepdogs who protect them.
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NYPD: Suicidal man causes subway terror scare

Phony track worker rigs subway terror scare in bizarre cyanide suicide try - Full Story

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BART cops lose TASER privileges

Annoucement comes after officer shocked 13-year-old - Full Story

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NYC police fight terror beneath streets

NYC police fight terror beneath streets

Responding to increased terrorism threats, police officers have employed bomb-sniffing dogs, high-tech explosive detection devices and security cameras to protect the sprawling 468 subway stations. Full story

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Canadian police sorry for man's death after TASER use

The department also contributed to a $20,000 scholarship as part of a settlement - Full Story

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Many NY subway security cameras are inoperable

Many NY subway security cameras are inoperable

Stabbings, Moscow attacks underscore dismal state of security cameras in subways - Full Story

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US police beef up transit security

US police beef up transit security

Major transit agencies beefed up security as a precaution following a suicide bombing in Moscow's subway system. Caravans of police vehicles were dispatched to transit hubs, and officers assigned to subways overnight were held in place so they overlapped with the day tour. - Full Story



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