The British Transport Police have launched a text service that allows travellers to report non-emergency incidents, such as drunken and rowdy behaviour.
If you send a send a text message to 61016 a police officer will be on the case, says the British Transport Police.
Similar to 101 phone numbers used by police forces, the text service will be monitored round-the-clock.
BTP deputy chief constable Paul Crowther said: ‘We know low-level anti-social behaviour, which occurs often later at night, is under-reported.
‘Passengers tend to accept or ignore the minority who make journeys unpleasant for everyone else.
‘We hope the ease of sending a quick text will encourage more passengers to report incidents when they occur.’
He said the texts would help the force focus resources to combat crime.
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