Policing Transportation Facilities
Hanson, Polly, The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
The techniques effective for policing transportation facilities differ depending on the type of system in question - commuter rail, maritime port, or rapid transit - and the area involved - suburban or city. The passengers who use transportation facilities expect a secure environment. In fact, the right of customers to choose not to use a particular facility keeps security administrators accountable to passenger perceptions and media reports that publicize environmental factors, such as trash and graffiti, as well as incidents of criminal activity.
However, until now, little practical research has been conducted on policing transportation facilities, and little has been written …
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Publication information: Article title: Policing Transportation Facilities. Contributors: Hanson, Polly - Author. Magazine title: The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. Volume: 64. Issue: 6 Publication date: June 1995. Page number: 27. © 1999 Federal Bureau of Investigation. COPYRIGHT 1995 Gale Group.