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Media Relations Contact:
Morgan Lyons
Mark A. Ball

March 2, 2018

New DART app empowers customers, strengthens security

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Police are working to make transit safer and more reliable with additional cameras on platforms, buses, trains and security officers, but they can't do it alone. If you see something suspicious on a bus or train they want your help.

DART Police, Fare Enforcement Officers and transit employees will be at various DART locations Wed., Mar. 7, promoting an app as the easiest, most discreet way to report safety concerns directly to them.

From 7-9 a.m. customers can expect promotional items, information and unexpected rewards to encourage the downloading of the free Say Something Safety and Security App found at the Apple App Store or Google Play.

Chief James Spiller talks with a DART customer at West End Station on Mar. 7
Chief James Spiller talks with a DART customer
at West End Station on Mar. 7

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The app provides an easy, discreet way to report safety concerns directly to DART Police by allowing customers to text descriptions, send photos, videos and report suspicious activity. It also provides safety alerts issued by DART Police, allows users to share their location on a map and indicate whether they need help, and works with the DART mobile website where they can access other information.

Go to www.DART.org/DARTSaySomething for more information or call DART Customer Information at 214-979-1111.

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