A crime prevention and safety day will take place at Aylesbury station on Thursday 26th March 2015.
The session hosted by British Transport Police (BTP) will take place between 1.00pm and 5.00pm. Passengers will be given tips about cycle safety and how to contact the BTP if you witness a crime or incident on a train journey.
Mark Cooper, Regional Manager South at Chiltern Railways said: ‘Safety on the railway is incredibly important to us so we’re delighted that the BTP has agreed to run a session at Aylesbury. Passengers will be able to drop in and get advice on variety of issues, including cycle safety.‘
Inspector Mark Summerfield, of British Transport Police (BTP), said: ‘Officers will be on hand conducting high-visibility patrols and providing advice to passengers on keeping their personal belongings safe, cycle security and how to report crime on the railway.
We will be distributing free contact cards for BTP’s 61016 text service, which allows passengers to report non-emergency incidents on trains and stations; simply and discreetly.‘
Further information can be found on the Chiltern Railways website.