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Security – Transport Travel Safety

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London Transport Police  Travel Safety Advice

Whilst London’s transport system is generally safe, a few simple precautions can further reduce risks:

  • Keep handbags and bags fastened closed and wallets in inside pockets
  • Keep cash, mobile phones, MP3 players and other high value property such as laptops out of sight
  • Keep your luggage with you at all times – this helps us avoid unnecessary security alerts and delays
  • Report any unattended bags, luggage or suspicious activity immediately to a member of staff, a police officer or use the green emergency button on the station Help point
  • If making your journey by minicab or taxi, always book your journey through a licensed operator. Text CAB to 60835 to get local licensed minicab and taxi telephone numbers sent to your phone – CABWISE
  • Use well-lit and safe routes to and from locations and not short cuts – always plan your journey home before you set out. Look confident and walk purposefully to your destination.
  • Report any incidents to members of station staff or a police officer. In an emergency, always dial 999. For further advice on reporting any crime, antisocial behaviour or low-level behaviour on the transport network view this link.
  • When travelling late at night try to sit with other passengers in busy carriages wherever possible. Otherwise, you could also sit close to the driver.
  • The consumption of alcohol is not permitted on public transport. If you see someone flouting this rule report it to a member of staff or to a police officer as soon as possible.

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