Your security is Metro’s top priority. We take every precaution to keep your trip safe. But the real eyes and ears of the system are YOU. Here’s how you can help:
If someone riding near you forgets a personal item, remind them to take it along.
Know the location of emergency phones and memorize the Metro Sheriff’s Hotline: 888.950.SAFE (7233).
Be alert - Report any suspicious behavior, persons in unauthorized areas or unattended packages to Metro or Sheriff’s personnel immediately.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has initiated a nationwide campaign called: See Something, Say SomethingTM to raise the awareness of the travelling public to terrorist activities and to encourage the public to tell local law enforcement officials about the activity they may have seen. For more information on the Los Angeles initiative visit www.transitwatchla.org.
LA Metro Transit Watch
The LA Metro Transit Watch is a quick and easy way for transit riders to communicate directly to Metro about suspicious activity or quality of ride problems at a Metro station or while riding a Metro bus or rail line. Be our eyes and ears and help make Metro more secure.
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