WE THE PEOPLE

LOOK UP. SPEAK UP.

LET’S WATCH OVER TRANSIT.

Your eyes and ears are the first lines of defense on public transit. Report anything suspicious on and around stations, trains, and vehicles, and transit property. Remember, nothing is too small if it just doesn't seem right.

THREE WAYS TO REPORT SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS

CALL #1776

From a landline, call 215-897-0979.

TEXT GO1776

Submit a text, photo or video to GO1776 (461776).

GET THE APP

Be ready to speak up by downloading the #1776 app now. Use the app to easily complete and send the tip reporting form (or queue it to send as soon as you're connected to the internet).

Submit
your tip with a picture and location.

Call 911 in the event of an immediate emergency.

WHAT IS #1776?

#1776 is a direct connection to the Delaware Valley Intelligence Center (DVIC), a 24-hour, all-hazards, all-crime, information and intelligence collection facility staffed by members of public safety agencies from throughout the Delaware Valley.

WHAT TO REPORT

#1776 service is not a replacement for 911 in emergencies. Stay alert and be aware of what you report through the tip line:


  • Suspicious loitering in or around transit facilities.
  • Individuals questioning transit security procedures.
  • Unauthorized persons entering restricted areas.
  • Persons mapping or photographing security systems, cameras, or patrols.
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PHILADELPHIA REGIONAL TRANSIT PARTNERS

Philadelphia Regional Transit Partners is a working group that includes the Delaware River Port Authority, SEPTA, PATCO, NJ Transit, DART and other regional transit agencies. Through a transit security program grant funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the group seeks to improve transit security, identify security-related barriers to transit and provide for enhanced coordination and communication between transit agency police and community safety partners.