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Learn more about staying safe on the T, or report an emergency to the Transit Police.
Your eyes and ears are the most valuable tools in our effort to keep everyone safe on the T.
To report an emergency or incident, please:
You can always report incidents directly to MBTA staff.
Our See Something, Say Something program is part of a nationwide effort to recognize and respond to suspicious behavior.
Contact the Transit Police immediately if you notice:
Since 2006, the MBTA Transit Police, with assistance from the TSA, have conducted random security inspections. When inspections are in progress, signs are posted at all station entrances.
Inspections take less than a minute. Officers may search your bag and brush the exterior with a swab, which is then tested for traces of explosives.
Riders are randomly selected based on a computer-generated number sequence. If you’re selected, you can say no, but you won’t be able ride the MBTA.