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The use of the blue lights on the unit's vehicles is subject to the same criteria as with any other police vehicle    In December 2013, TfL announced that the trial of blue lights had ended, and that ERU vehicles would retain blue lights, as BTP drivers had halved the unit's response time to incidents. Other than in the circumstances set out under Mutual Aid, British Transport Police officers will not normally seek to exercise extended jurisdiction arrangements to deal with other matters unless they come across an incident requiring police action whilst in the course of their normal duties. It is really important that if you have had any involvement in a police investigation (in any capacity) that you include this on your vetting declaration form, even if further action was taken.
End of line locations may therefore show disproportionately high levels of on–train crime and it is important to view on–train data in this context.The RTPC is currently the largest police command in the UK; made up of over 2,300 officers who work to ensure all journeys across the road and surface transport network are safe, secure and reliable. The force only acquired the power to designate custody suites in 2001,  whereby all of the custody suites up until that point were non-designated.
Designated custody suites have also been retained as over-spill facilities in London, but are not routinely open, at the following locations: Central London (ten cells), Wembley Park (nine cells), Hammersmith (four cells) and West Ham (four cells). As soon as we receive these, a formal offer will be made, which is when you will receive your contract of employment. Many roles will be from Monday to Friday during normal office hours such as 9-5 or a variation of that.We understand that it's only natural to want to prepare for the recruitment process to be an officer with us. British Transport Police (BTP) keep millions of people moving safely on Britain’s rail networks every day.