If you have witnessed troublemakers or an incident on public transport, at an interchange or at a stop, or damage to a shelter, we need to hear about it.
Contact our partners
Every day, thousands of public transport journeys are incident free. But occasionally something is said or done that needs to be pursued to prevent it from happening again.
That’s why Travel South Yorkshire is committed to putting its customers first. We consider your safety and security as a key priority. We are not only working to reduce crime, but also to address people’s perceptions of anti-social behaviour on public transport.
Travel South Yorkshire work with South Yorkshire Police, British Transport Police and public transport operators on a number of initiatives to help prevent incidents
British Transport Police provide a policing service to rail operators, their staff and customers throughout South Yorkshire. You may see them patrolling trains and stations. They take an active role in the fight against cable theft, which causes thousands of pounds worth of damage and leads to train delays.
You can report a crime on the railway by calling 0800 405040 or by visiting btp.police.uk
All our interchanges and Travel South Yorkshire Information Centres have CCTV cameras working 24/7. These serve a dual purpose. They reassure our customers that we’re watching everything to keep them safe, and deter anti-social behaviour by reminding possible troublemakers that their actions will be caught on camera. If found guilty they could be prosecuted or made to pay for the damage they've done.
All trams in Sheffield are now fitted with CCTV. More trains and buses throughout South Yorkshire are getting equipped every week, helping to make your complete travel journey safer than ever before.
If you would like to contact our partners directly here are the details you will need...
Or visit our local bus operators page
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