Social media

We use social media to keep you up to date with updates, information and as a chance to engage and interact with the Force and officers.

Social media

These accounts are run by Media and Marketing department to represent the Force across Britain. See our Twitter policy for more information, or find out how to get real-time alerts from BTP on Twitter in the event of a major incident.

Twitter icon Twitter: National information, news and updates.
Facebook icon Facebook: Features, news and advice.
YouTube icon YouTube: Video appeals, advice and campaigns
Instagram Instagram: Photos and videos seen on the railways
Vine icon Vine: Video shorts shared on Twitter and Facebook
Flickr icon Flickr: Photo albums of appeals and events
LinkedIn icon LinkedIn: Corporate updates and new officer vacancies

Teams

Our team accounts are run and managed by frontline officers and specialist staff. They keep local passengers, businesses and communities up to date on policing the railways in their neighbourhood.

Central and Greater London and the South East

Twitter icon Bromley 
Twitter icon Cambridge
Twitter icon Clapham Junction
Twitter icon Colchester
Twitter icon Croydon and Tramlink 
Twitter icon Dip Squad (pan-London) 
Twitter icon Essex (Shoeburyness-Fenchurch St)
Twitter icon Euston 
Twitter icon Guildford
Twitter icon Kent
Twitter icon King's Cross and St Pancras 
Twitter icon Liverpool Street 
Twitter icon London Bridge
Twitter icon Paddington
Twitter icon Reading
Twitter icon Richmond
Twitter icon Stevenage
Twitter icon Stratford
Twitter icon Sussex
Twitter icon Victoria
Twitter icon Waterloo
Twitter icon Wimbledon

London Underground, Overground and DLR

Twitter icon Bakerloo line 
Twitter icon Central line 
Twitter icon Circle line
Twitter icon District line 
Twitter icon Docklands Light Railway
Twitter icon Jubilee line
Twitter icon London Overground
Twitter icon Metropolitan line
Twitter icon Northern line
Twitter icon Piccadilly line
Twitter icon TfL Rail
Twitter icon Victoria line

 

Counties

Twitter icon 3 Counties (Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire

Midlands and South West

Twitter icon Banbury
Twitter icon Bath Spa
Twitter icon Birmingham
Twitter icon Bristol
Twitter icon Coventry
Twitter icon Derby
Twitter icon Leicester
Twitter icon Lincoln
Twitter icon Nottingham
Twitter icon Peterborough
Twitter icon Rugby
Twitter  Shropshire and Staffordshire
Twitter icon Wolves (Wolverhampton)
Twitter icon Milton Keynes

North

Twitter icon Chester
Twitter icon Doncaster
Twitter icon East Riding
Twitter icon Lancashire
Twitter icon Manchester
Twitter icon Merseyside
Twitter icon Tees Valley
Twitter icon Tyne & Wear
Twitter icon West Yorkshire
Twitter icon York (ECML)

 

East

Twitter icon Norwich

 

South

Twitter icon Bournemouth
Twitter icon Southampton
Twitter icon Devon

 

Scotland

Twitter icon Ayrshire
Twitter icon East Scotland and Edinburgh
Twitter icon Lanarkshire
Twitter icon Glasgow
Twitter icon North Scotland

Wales

Twitter icon North Wales
Twitter icon Cardiff
Twitter icon Pontypridd
Twitter icon Swansea

 

Departments

Twitter icon Cadets
Twitter icon Careers
Twitter icon Diversity
Twitter icon Dogs
Twitter icon Football
Twitter icon Justice Department
Twitter icon Network Response
Twitter icon North West Operations
Twitter icon Special Constables
Twitter icon Volunteers

Officers

Our officers provide regular updates, engagements and feedback for members of the public as well as our rail and police partners.

Twitter icon Chief Constable Paul Crowther
Twitter icon Deputy Chief Constable Adrian Hanstock
Twitter icon Assistant Chief Constable Mark Newton
 Twitter icon Assistant Chief Constable Robin Smith
Twitter icon

Chief Supt Martin Fry (B Division)

Twitter icon Supt Chris Horton (Sub-Divisional Commander TfL)
Twitter icon Chief Supt John McBride(Divisional Commander, D Division)
Twitter icon Chief Supt Allan Gregory (C Division)
Twitter icon Supt Eddie Wylie (Sub-Divisional Commander, Pennine)
Twitter icon Chief Officer Ben Clifford (Special Constables) 
Twitter icon Supt Gill Murray (Sub Divisional Commander)
Twitter icon Chief Inspector Chris Casey (B - Division)
Twitter icon Sub-Divisional Commander Jennifer Gilmer
Twitter icon Supt Kyle Gordon
Twitter icon Chief Inspector John Angell (South West of England)
Twitter icon Chief Inspector (Wales) Mark Cleland

Regional accounts 

These accounts are specifically run by our media and marketing department.

Twitter icon East
Twitter icon East Midlands
Facebook icon London
Twitter icon London and South East
Twitter icon West Midlands
Facebook icon West Midlands
Twitter icon North East
Twitter icon North West
Facebook icon North West
Twitter icon Scotland
Facebook icon Scotland
Twitter icon South
Twitter icon South West
Twitter icon Wales
Facebook icon Wales
Facebook icon Yorkshire
Twitter icon Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Associated accounts

Twitter icon Safer Travel
Twitter icon British Transport Police Authority
Twitter icon British Transport Police Federation

 

 

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