Airway and Transit Policing
Full list of Airway and Transit Policing results
Police ramp up rail-crossing citations after recent crashes–
Federal Railroad Administration has called for police departments nationwide to add patrols and issue more citations as the first step in a safety campaign
Police fatally shoot man found on subway tunnel tracks in DC–
No officers were injured in the shooting.
Officer fatally shoots man found on subway tunnel tracks in DC–
No officers were injured in the shooting
Suit over Pa. stop for Arabic flashcards tossed–
Nicholas George sought to sue three Transportation Security Administration agents and two FBI agents over the August 2009 stop at Philadelphia International Airport, saying they violated his free speech rights and conducted an improper search
Airport security catches infant mid-fall–
Incredible footage of an airport security officer catching an infant that fell off of a luggage counter at an airport in Poland.
Passenger threatens to blow up plane during arrest–
An unruly passenger on a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Atlanta was arrested upon landing, after reportedly having outbursts throughout the flight.
Air marshal arrested, accused of taking photos under skirts–
Nashville police say air marshal was on duty when a witness noticed he was taking the photos
Suspect in dry ice explosions at LAX airport to be charged–
No one was injured in the blasts that authorities say were done for amusement
Violence erupts between police and man at airport–
Footage of a struggle involving airport police and a man in Hong Kong.
Thwarting an attack: Flipping the off-duty switch to 'on'–
Corporal Justin Rogers was at the airport on his way home from a relaxing week with his family in Hawaii when in an instant — like a switch turning off and on — he recognized a situation about to escalate.
A tribute to the railroad police officer–
Since 1849, there have been 149 railroad officers who have been killed in the line of duty and recognized on the wall, although a little more research can put the number as high as 201.
Police History: A tribute to the railroad police officer–
Since 1849, there have been 149 railroad officers who have been killed in the line of duty and recognized on the wall, although a little more research can put the number as high as 201
Man found in plane's cockpit to be deported–
Sixty-one-year-old Philippe Jeannard said through his public defender that he never meant to cause any problems
Man who disrupted NJ-bound flight ranted about poison–
United Airlines Flight 116 landed safely Monday at Newark Liberty Airport, and the man was taken off the plane under a heavy police presence
P1 Roll Call: Officer's ambush survival, Bizarre exorcism 911 call–
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