British Transport Police

We are the national police force for the railways. Every day, we police the journeys of over six million passengers. Our aim is to keep you safe and make you feel secure while you travel.

We police Britain’s railways, providing a service to rail operators, their staff and passengers across the country. We also police the London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, the Midland Metro tram system, Croydon Tramlink, Sunderland Metro, Glasgow Subway and Emirates AirLine. Six million people use the rail network every day and we’re here to keep you safe and help you feel secure on your journey.

Our aim is to keep you safe on your journey and make you feel secure. Our staff and officers follow our vision, mission and values so we can provide the best possible service.

The following are Geographic Alternative phone numbers available for British Transport Police:


0800 405040 = Free from UK landlines.

0121 634 5600


Scotland non-emergency enquiries: 0141 335 3198
North Eastern non-emergency enquiries: 0113 247 9517
North Western non-emergency enquiries: 0161 228 5685
Wales & Western non-emergency enquiries: 0121 654 2244
London & South East non-emergency enquiries: 020 7380 1400
Exeter: 01392 431593
Brighton: 01273 328545
Grimsby – Station Approach: 01472 340600


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