With public safety of paramount importance, all modes of MBTA service will be suspended all day and night on Tuesday, January 27. Please check MBTA.com for updates on service restoration for Wednesday.    more >
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With public safety of paramount importance, all modes of MBTA service will be suspended all day and night on Tuesday, January 27. Please check MBTA.com for updates on service restoration for Wednesday.    more >

 
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The Transit Police Department is extremely concerned with safety and quality of life issues on the transit system. Your eyes and ears are valuable tools in the continuing effort to maintain a safe transit environment. You can help the Transit Police by being observant and reporting any crime, suspicious activity or incident to the Transit Police. By clicking on the links below you can learn more about transit safety and awareness.

- MBTA See Say App 
DHS "If You See Something, Say Something™" Campaign
- Bus with Flashing Green Lights
- Emergency Instructions
- Help PREVENT Terrorism
- Operation Lifesaver
- Transit Safety Tips
-  GPS Theft Prevention [pdf]  

MBTA Transit Police Department 
240 Southampton Street
Boston, MA 02118

Emergency: 
617-222-1212
Business:
617-222-1000
Office of the Chief:
617-222-1100
Deaf or Hard of Hearing: 
617-222-1200 TTY
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National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) check current status

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