Report of the Seventy-seventh Round Table on Transport Economics, held in Paris on 8th-9th October 1987 on the following topic: delinquency and vandalism in public transport
European Conference of Ministers of Transport, 1989 - Law - 165 pages
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action acts of assault acts of vandalism analysis Annex approach areas behaviour British Transport Police buses CCTV cent Closed-circuit television combat concerned conductor crime prevention criminal drivers effect equipment example fare feel forms of vandalism frequency graffiti Hague Hauber importance of public improvements incidents increase inspection inspectors London Underground matrix fields measures Melbourne metro metro stations modernisation Montbeliard Munich Netherlands offenders particularly Passenger alarms percentage of fare-dodgers person pickpocketing possible potential problem programme public transit public transport systems public transport undertakings Public transport users RATP reduce repairs risk robbery Rotterdam seats Section situation social specific staff staffing Storstockholms Lokaltrafik strategy suburban stations Subway Surface survey target threats and violence ticket total number trains trams transit systems transport operators types of crime vandalised vandalism and violence vandalism damage vandalism on public vehicles VICs young