South of England are vital areas of rail travel. It accounts for the majority of passenger journeys in Britain across East Anglia the south coast and the capital. The Commander for this area is Chief Superintendent Martin Fry.

Teams in the South of England

Our priorities

  • Joint working with industry to prevent violent crime and public order.
  • Work with industry to prevent physiacl assaults and threats against rail staff to deliver successful prosecution, whilst also providing a high standard of support for victims.
  • Increase communication from BTP to stakeholders, in relation to staff assaults and violent crime.
  • Joint working with industry to reduce graffiti murals, and bring offenders to jutice.
  • Preventing serous violent crime by keeping knives and weapons off the network.
  • Improving staff and customer confidence by tackling the issue/time/location of most concern.
  • Improving reliability through faster incident responce and fatality handback times and preventative action to tackle incidents such as trespass, criminal damage and suicide.
  • Tackling theft of passenger property through a multi-agency problem-solving approach.
  • Tackling sexual offences and harassment by improving victim confidence to report and tackling predatory behaviour/serial offenders.
  • Tackling hate crime and supporting those that feel vulnerable to victimisation.

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