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NJ Transit to use text messages to help fight terror

(The following appeared on the Asbury Park Press website on June 10, 2011.)

NEWARK — If you see something, text something.

NJ Transit police have taken a new approach to the slogan which has become a mantra for law enforcement in the post 9/11 world. On Wednesday, NJ Transit became one of a few transit police agencies that has a system for riders to text them if they see a suspicious package, bag or behavior, said Police Chief Christopher Trucillo.

Full story: Asbury Park Press

Friday, June 10, 2011

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