New Chief Constable in situ

CC Lucy D’Orsi

This week the new BTP Chief Constable Lucy D’Orsi took up her posting. Her first day included a trip to Birmingham New Street.

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Appointment of Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner

by Phil Trendall

Fraser Sampson

History in the making….

For the first time an ex-BTP officer has been appointed as the Surveillance Camera Commissioner AND as the Biometrics Commissioner. Both posts were created under the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 and are high profile public appointments. Dr Fraser Sampson . . . → Read More: Appointment of Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner

Penny Post

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This photograph appeared on Facebook the other day, and I felt it worthy of highlighting. A policeman stands beside a Royal Mail coach at Waterloo Station.

This is an embedded image, but there are many other photos in our gallery.


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History of Women in BTP

Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month and the BTP is taking the opportunity to celebrate women in the railway police.

It is especially fitting as this month sees the appointment of the BTP’s first female Chief Constable, Lucy D’Orsi.

The BTP History Group were pleased . . . → Read More: History of Women in BTP