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About DART Police

The DART Police force was established in 1989 as part of the transit agency's mission to operate a safe system. DART Police officers are licensed peace officers of the State of Texas who have all the rights, privileges, obligations, and duties of any other peace officer in the state of Texas while on the property under the control of DART or in the actual course and scope of the officer's employment. The law enforcement power granted to DART Police officers is subordinate to the law enforcement power of a municipality in which the power is attempted to be exercised.

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As one of the largest police departments in North Texas, DART Police offers a competitive salary, a generous benefits package, a variety of special assignments, high quality training, and more.

General Information about DART Police:
About DART Police
Department History
Vision Statement
Mission Statement
Statement of Commitment
General Information
Contact Information
  DART Police Training Calendar for October 2017 to December 2017 (PDF file opens in a new window)

Payment of Citations
Citation imageFind more information regarding DART citations, including a Frequently Asked Questions guide and a link for paying a Citation online.

Passenger Guide to Safety & Security
Educating yourself and your family about safety and security aboard transit vehicles is important. DART trains and buses are designed to be user-friendly, fast, convenient, and most importantly, safe.

Always Be Alert - A Crime Prevention Video from DART Police

Carrying handguns on DART
DART works daily to maintain a safe system. We also know that many customers may want to exercise their right to carry a handgun while on our buses and trains. Consistent with state law, DART allows the concealed or open carry of handguns by those with a License to Carry (LTC) on its vehicles. The law allows handgun license holders to openly carry their handgun in a shoulder or belt holster. Learn more about carrying handguns on DART.

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