We are one of the world's oldest police forces. We were the
first to recruit female police officers, the first to use
technology to assist in solving crimes and the first to
use police dogs.
We step back in time and have an in-depth look at our history.
Take a look at some notable events from our past.
We take a look at some of the most notorious railway crimes.
We were the first police force in Britain to recruit women.
We were the first police force in the country to use dogs.
On 18 November 1987, a fire broke out at King's Cross station.
The 1999 crash at Ladbroke Grove Junction resulted in 31 deaths.
On 7 July 2005, suicide bombers struck London's transport network.
Content originally provided by British Transport Police History
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