Say Something - On A Train

AS ALWAYS: If you need to report a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1 and give the operator your location or bus or train number.

If you "See Something" that is suspicious but not a life threatening emrgency, you should contact the Metro Sheriffs. You can do this by contacting a Metro Sheriff's Deputy in person or by phone.

IF YOU SEE SOMETHING ON A TRAIN:

  • Note the time and location.
  • Note the train number (three digit number found inside at each end or outside of the train car).
  • Note the direction of travel (North, South, East or West).
  • Notify the train operator in person or via the interior intercom.
  • Be prepared to give a description of the item or person to the train operator or Metro Sheriff Deputies.

BY PHONE:
You may call them at:  (888) 950-SAFE (7233)

BY P-TEL: (Passenger Assistance Telephones)
These are located throughout the Metro system at every entrance or Ticket Vending Machine and turn-style on the Red line.

IN PERSON:
You can contact any Metro Security or Sheriff's deputy to report suspicious activity.