News archive: 2012

News archives: 2012

A selection of news stories that have been featured on our website since July 2012. See more on our latest news page, or view stories from 2013 here.

BTP officer with London 2012 volunteer

December 2012

Inspector awarded Queen's Police Medal (31 December 2012)

Have a happy and safe New Year (31 December 2012)

BTP Chief Constable welcomes interim social media guidelines (20 December 2012)

Extra patrols at London's busy transport hubs during the festive season (19 December 2012)

Local policing teams now on Twitter (14 December 2012)

November 2012

New LASPO legislation spells end of the line for metal thieves (30 November 2012)

BTP recognises brave officers, rail staff and members of the public (29 November 2012)

Driving home the anti-bullying message at Tavistock Infant School (28 November 2012)

How the final King’s Cross fire victim was identified (15 November 2012)

Project Cycle Ops cracks down on cycle theft in the capital (8 November 2012)

October 2012

Lydney crossing op is on the level (24 October 2012)

Young people in Birmingham to trade places with police and fire service (23 October 2012

BTP first to receive anti-sectarianism award from leading charity (17 October 2012)

'Cable thieves – your time is up' (11 October 2012)

September 2012

Supporting Samaritans' new campaign to help reduce suicide on the railways (20 September 2012)

'See Something, Say Something' in the West Midlands (20 September 2012)

Working together for London 2012 (9 September 2012)

August 2012

BTP officers and staff praised for a summer of success (28 August 2012)

Missing man identified after 23 years (28 August 2012)

'Travel London safely' on your mobile (21 August 2012)

Chief Constable commends Olympic Games policing operation (11 August 2012)

July 2012

BTP awarded for pioneering police experiment on London Underground (31 July 2012)

Search dogs receiving VIP treatment at Olympic ‘dog hotel’ (27 July 2012)

Go behind the scenes at BTP in our 'Policing the railways' video series (27 July 2012)

Support grows for tougher laws on metal theft (16 July 2012)

 

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