Steve Burton, TfL's Director of Enforcement and On Street Operations, said: "Across the transport network there are more than 2,500 police officers and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) and more than 12,000 CCTV cameras on the Tube and on all London buses, to help deter and eradicate unacceptable violence against our staff and on the network overall."
Steve Burton, TfL's Director of Enforcement and On-Street Operations, said: 'Unbooked minicabs put the travelling public at risk and we are committed to cracking down on this illegal and unsafe activity.
Steve Burton, director of community safety enforcement and policing at TfL, said: 'While crime on the bus network continues to be very low, we know that historically there has been a seasonal peak in crime and antisocial behaviour affecting the bus network over this period.
Director of Community Safety, Enforcement and Policing at Transport for London (TfL).
Directorate has responsibility for developing TfL strategies and policies and the performance and contract management of TfL's agreements with agencies for policing services.
Also provides crime reduction, problem solving, project management, mapping and analysis services.
The Directorate contributes to TfL's overall operational security agenda and has responsibility for revenue protection on London's bus network and camera enforcement of traffic regulations.
Steve previously worked for the GLA as Head of Strategic Performance, managing teams responsible for mayoral briefings on crime and transport issues and monitoring the activities of the GLA Group including TfL and the Met Police.
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