Eleven men have been sentenced to a total of 28 years in prison after a drugs operation led by BTP.

The men were convicted of conspiracy to supply class A and class B controlled drugs on 1 September 2016 for crimes they committed in and around Ilford railway station

They have today been sentenced at Blackfriars Crown Court to a total of 28 years and three months in prison.

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Can you help us solve this mystery on Devon's railways before someone is seriously injured?

Over the past two years, every few months, objects have been placed on the railway in Devon, causing dangerous obstruction to trains.

The latest incident took place overnight between Tuesday and Wednesday (21-22 March), when a road traffic sign and traffic cone were placed on the railway line near...
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BTP | Can you help us solve a mystery of malicious obstruction on the railway in Devon?

What's this and how does it help us bring sex offenders to justice?

DC Amy Perry from #Bristol has the answers in the latest instalment of her detective diary.

Supporting victims of sexual offences

We are proud to stand alongside our partners to say:

Terrorism will never win.

We are not afraid.

And we will stand together.

Our Chief Constable Paul Crowther stood shoulder to shoulder with Londoners at a vigil in Trafalgar Square moments ago.

A message from our Assistant Chief Constable Alun Thomas:

“After the shocking incident in Westminster yesterday, I know our thoughts – like everyone else’s – are with all those affected and with the families of those killed.

"Our experience of the public response since yesterday’s incident has been overwhelmingly positive – our officers have received messages of support and thanks for the...
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As the eyes of the world turn to London tonight, our thoughts are now with all those affected and the families of those killed in Westminster today - including a serving police officer.

We've got extra officers across the network tonight so if you need us, please text 61016.

Extra officers will be on hand across the nation tonight following an incident at Westminster today.

We know incidents such as this cause concern, so our officers will be highly visible and offering reassurance.

If you need to report something, then you can discreetly text us on 61016.

Westminster station is currently closed and we would encourage members of the public in London to check...
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Congratulations to British Transport Police - Scotland PD Storm and PC Martin. National Police Dog Trials here we come...
Who the devil is this fella?

He caused some £30,000 worth of damage to a Network Rail compound after he went on a ludicrous rampage last year.

Know this bad driving blue coated menace? Drop us a text to 61016 or call 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 132 of 08/11/2016.

Tonight our appeal is featuring on Crimewatch - tune to BBC One at 9pm.

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This is the disgusting moment a man attacked a passenger on a Thameslink train at Luton.

Why? Because he was annoyed the victim mistakenly woke him thinking it was the trains final destination.

On Friday, his attacker was sentenced to a year in prison because of this mindless and violent assault. We simply will not tolerate violence and will always strive for the toughest sentences.

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Our Project Servator deployments feature in tonight’s episode of Inside King’s Cross: The Railway at 9pm on Channel 5.

Working in one of the busiest transport hubs in the country means that King’s Cross staff are under constant pressure to keep their passengers safe.

In this episode, PC Aidy Young carries out his patrols of the station, and Network Rail’s Michael responds to a bomb threat...
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Tackling unwanted sexual offences on public transport is a high priority for us. We work closely with Transport for London Metropolitan Police Service and City of London Police to ensure every report is investigated and taken seriously, no matter how ‘minor’ it might seem.

We continue to urge anyone who has experienced or witnessed unwanted sexual behavior on public transport to report it as...
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Jamie is a lucky little boy.

Not only is his dad a policeman - but his best friend Scooby is a special sniffer dog for us.

Every day, Scooby works hard to sniff out anything that could be harmful at train stations and make sure everyone is kept safe.

And then after a hard day's work, Scooby goes home each night, back to Jamie and his family.

If you have any little'uns that would like to...
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My Pet and Me, Series 3: 11. Scooby the Sniffer Dog

An eight-year-old boy was sat on a tube train in London - part of a larger group of children - when a man put his arm around him and kissed him on the cheek.
We need your help tracing this man...as we believe he may be able to help with the investigation.
Recognise him? Please give us a call on 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016, quoting reference 506 of 2 March.
A rookie officer’s first arrest has resulted in this robber being taken off the streets of #Birmingham for 20 months.

A woman was on a train to Kings Norton at 11.30pm on 5 September 2016 when she was approached by a group of men. One of them, who she described as holding a blowtorch, then threatened her into handing over her mobile phone.

A few hours later, PC Malik Hussain was coming to...
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Two separate sexual assault reports led us to find the offender thanks to the courage of these two women.

Rosie and Christine* reported the man to us and with their help, we were able to track him and arrest him.

Every single bit of information can help us build a picture of the offender - it’s important to remember if this ever happens to you, report it to us straight away.

Report It To...
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Heading to #Cheltenham Festival this week? So are we!

Over the next few days, we'll be welcoming the thousands of racegoers travelling by train to the event.

You’ll see more of our officers at key stations and onboard services to help get you to and from the races safely. If you need us, text 61016.

But who are we tipping to win the Gold Cup? Our #Gloucester officers took to a classic...
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Police Increasingly Concerned for Welfare of Missing Richard Radford

Cleveland Police is still looking for a vulnerable Hartlepool man who may now have left the Cleveland force area.

43 year old Richard Radford was last seen at around 11am on Thursday 9th March in Murray Street, Hartlepool but he has not returned home since.

Richard is around 5’4” tall, of medium build with short brown...
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We know it might be a bit blurry – but we’re hoping this CCTV will help us find a man we'd like to speak to in connection with the theft of a charity tin in Liverpool.

At about 11.20am on Thursday 23 February, a man went into the Virgin Trains office at Liverpool Lime Street.

He broke the chain attached to a charity tin and hid it under his jacket, before leaving the office.

Staff had been...
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