We face a wide variety of issues across the rail network.
Here you can find out more about how we tackle crime to make the
rail environment safer for passengers and staff.
Cable theft causes widespread disruption. We take a hardline against those who steal cable or sell it on.
Trespass and vandalism cause millions of pounds worth of damage and puts lives in danger.
We've directed a lot of our resources towards combating pickpocketing and theft.
We have a plan in place to target those responsible for graffiti.
We target the small minority of football fans who exhibit anti-social or criminal behaviour.
We are committed to reducing the number of offences and catching offenders quickly.
We use an extensive range of tactics to counter the threat of terrorism.
We've developed a firearms team to increase the protection we can offer passengers.
We're determined to provide a safe working environment for all rail staff.
Level crossing misuse puts lives at risk. Find out how we are tackling it.
To report a crime or incident, call
or text 61016
In an emergency call 999
We don’t deal with lost property, unless it has been stolen. If you have lost something on the rail network, you need to contact the relevant train operator.
We’re committed to providing the highest level of service. If you’re pleased with the service you have received or if you have a complaint to make then we’d like to hear from you.
Want to find out what our local neighbourhood teams are doing to ensure safe travel on the rail network in your area? Use our interactive maps and search tools to find information and news local to you.