Bay Area Rapid Transit police are investigating an amateur pornographic video apparently shot on a moving train.
BART police announced Wednesday that retired Police Chief Patrick Oliver, a leading law-enforcement consultant, will begin an assessment on the department’s reforms this July.
A man who allegedly stripped naked and harassed a number of BART commuters inside a San Francisco station last month is likely now facing deportation, according to published reports.
BART’s Deputy Police Chief defended his agency’s response to an incident at the 16th Street Mission station last month in which a naked acrobat allegedly harassed several passengers and employees.
An ex-Bay Area Rapid Transit police officer fired for escalating a confrontation with passengers that led to the slaying of an unarmed man has been charged with unemployment fraud.
Bay Area Rapid Transit will soon begin major upgrades to its police communications center and computer systems so that central command can respond more rapidly to crimes and disturbances, transit officials said.
A Craigslist posting helped lead police to a cache of bikes and parts officers believe were stolen from Bay Area Rapid Transit passengers.
BART officials are warning the public to beware of individuals selling fraudulent fare cards at the subway’s stations to ticket buyers. Along with fraudulent tickets, BART officials want to do something about thefts of sought-after cell phones and tablet computers.
BART and Oakland Police have teamed up to combat an increase in street robberies over the past few months. They’re handing out flyers on how to avoid being a robbery victim and how to protect yourself.
Police officers and prosecutors who work in the four counties served by Bay Area Rapid Transit are eligible for smartcards that allow them to ride for free when they are off duty, BART officials announced Wednesday.