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Transit Police Norquay is wearing heart-shaped sunglasses and has a sign that says I love you

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Transit Police dog Norquay

Transit Police Dog Norquay wants to celebrate Valentine’s Day with you! Click on the colouring sheets to download and print them, or pick up copies at the Transit Police front counter at 300 – 287 Nelson’s Court in New Westminster, open 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday. If you would like to share your artwork […]

Transit Police invites you to take part in the 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Join us for the 9th annual Metro Vancouver Transit Police Charity Golf Tournament in support of Special Olympics BC athletes. On Monday, June 3, enjoy a day of golf, while helping to create a world of inclusion where every person is accepted regardless of ability. Your $195 registration fee includes a sponsored Southern-style BBQ lunch […]

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Transit safety tips for a spooky and safe Halloween

Halloween is almost here and, for many of us, that means dressing up in costume, gathering with friends, or trick-or-treating. If you’ll be using transit to get to any of your Halloween events, Transit Police has tips to keep you safe. Take extra care when choosing Halloween costumes. Put some thought into your props before […]

Bryce Graham - Transit Police Deputy Chief Officer

Transit Police announces new Deputy Chief Officer

Metro Vancouver Transit Police is pleased to announce that Bryce Graham has accepted the position of Deputy Chief Officer, Administrative Services, effective immediately. In his role, Deputy Graham will oversee Finance, IT, HR, Information Management, Recruitment, Training, Facilities and Fleet. “It is an important time of growth at Transit Police, and the extensive organizational knowledge and […]

Transit Police Deputy Chief Officer Muir smiles at the camera with Sergeant Dal Deol who is wearing 'Cops for Cancer' gear

Meet Sergeant Dal Deol as he prepares for a grueling bike ride to fight childhood cancer

This September, Metro Vancouver Transit Police Sergeant Dal Deol will join other local first responders for the 8-day, 800 km Cops for Cancer: Tour de Coast bike ride that raises money for childhood cancer research and support services at the Canadian Cancer Society.  This ride is incredibly important to Dal, who has been deeply affected by cancer […]

Graphic with smiling police officer and the words: Bridgeport Station, Tuesday, September 5, 2023, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Top 5 safety tips for Back to School

As a new school year begins, transit will soon be bustling with students, many of whom are navigating the system for the first time. If you’re new to using transit by yourself – or you have a child who is – it can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming. We hope our Top 5 safety tips […]

*Updated* Transit Police Office Clerk is on her way to Berlin for the Special Olympics World Summer Games

*Please scroll to bottom to read the update For the third time, Metro Vancouver Transit Police Office Clerk Amanda Manzardo will travel to the Special Olympics World Games to represent Canada. In 2007, she was part of the soccer team that won gold in Shanghai. Then, in 2015 she won a bronze in both the […]

Transit Police Staff Sergeant Michelle Hansen recognized with BCWLE Award

On April 13, 2023, Metro Vancouver Transit Police Staff Sergeant Michelle Hansen accepted the 2023 British Columbia Women in Law Enforcement (BCWLE) Leadership Award. In a room filled with women who represented the pinnacle of policing, S/Sgt Hansen was recognized for her unwavering commitment to the community she serves, and the strength of leadership that […]

Transit Police dispatcher proud of being the calm voice during chaos

When there is a safety concern or a crime takes place on or around the transit system, the operators in the Transit Police Operations Communications Centre (OCC) receive those reports. Kristin Ory, one of these operators, received one such call regarding a person having a mental health crisis on the system, with the potential of […]

Transit Police invites you to take part in the 8th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Join us for the 8th annual Metro Vancouver Transit Police Charity Golf Tournament in support of Special Olympics BC athletes. On Monday, June 5, enjoy a day of golf, while helping to create a world of inclusion where every person is accepted regardless of ability. Your $150 registration fee includes a sponsored Southern-style bbq lunch […]

Top 5 safety tips for students

As the school year begins next week, many students will be taking transit to school. If you’re heading off to school on transit by yourself for the first time– or you have a child who is – it can be a bit overwhelming. We hope these safety tips help you feel more confident in your […]

Why aren’t Transit Police officers located at every transit hub?

At Transit Police, we often get asked why we can’t have officers posted at every SkyTrain station, or why Transit Police officers don’t regularly ride all major bus routes. The answer is that this is not realistic as our officers respond to calls for service across all modes of transit spread across over 1800 km2, […]

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