Police Want Data Sharing Across Rail Companies to Track ‘Suspicious’ Behaviour

The chief constable from the British Transport Police wants rail companies to share data on passengers in order to identify suspicious behaviour, potentially leading to the identification of suspects or victims.
Lucy D’Orsi, the chief constable of the British Transport Police, said that she wants access to travel data from train passengers to spot “anomalous behaviour,” sparking concern from privacy activists.
‘Use Data in a Better Way’
The British Transport Police are a national special police force that police the railway network of England, Wales, and Scotland.
D’Orsi told Policing TV on Wednesday that she was in talks with rail companies and added that “civil rights and liberty aspects” were part of the discussions….

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