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Young people asked to help British Transport Police make a difference

British Transport Police is asking young people if they want to join its Independent Advisory Groups.

The body responsible for helping millions — from rail operators to staff and passengers — says it would like for people to join who are aged 13 to 17.

The groups will help British Transport Police learn how its work affects younger people and also enable it to gather important insight as to how it can improve its service.

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It doesn’t matter what your background is, if you are 13 to 17, British Transport Police wants to hear your views.

Taking part is easy; participants can join in from the comfort of their own homes using Microsoft Teams, or they can join the groups in person. Participation is for a few hours, four times a year.

If you’re interested and would like to find out more, get in touch – email btp-volunteers@btp.police.uk

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