Breaking News2nd July 2007
If you see something, say somethingThe NSW Government has launched a campaign designed to encourage customers using trains, buses and ferries to report unattended baggage or suspicious activity.
Because customers are familiar with their regular services, they could be among the first to notice anything untoward or unusual going on.
A public awareness campaign using the New York slogan "If you see something, say something" was launched after an official agreement between NSW and NYC transport officials.
So, if you see something suspicious on a bus contact a staff member or transit or security officer or call the Police on 000.
State Transit has a clear emergency response plan in place, which includes pre-departure checks, lost property checks, the unattended item checks and the bomb threat procedures.
To view the current "See something, say something" poster click here.