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We're a full-service 24-hour licensed police department that responds to, and investigates, all crimes occurring on Metro Transit property, including buses, light rail, commuter trains, facilities and rights-of-way throughout eight counties and 85 cities.How do I become a Metro Transit police officer?
The Metro Transit Police Department strives to select the most qualified applicants to protect and serve within the DMV area. If you are ready to step up, take charge of your career and join, you must successfully pass a rigorous background check, meet physical agility requirements, and demonstrate psychological readiness. Questions?How do I report a crime or emergency on Metro Transit?
Please include route, bus or train number, location and the issue. If you witness a crime or have an emergency, please call 9-1-1. This service is also available via the Metro Transit app. If you witnessed a crime and you're able to provide details that could help police, please use this number to report the issue.What does a Metro Transit Community Service Officer DO?
Metro Transit is hiring part-time Community Service Officers to provide varied support services to the department by performing duties that do not require a licensed peace officer. This is a uniformed non-sworn position that provides police visibility and customer relations to the public, with a focus on the transit riding community.