Extra police surveillance at Eindhoven station

The Eindhoven police and NS (Dutch Railway) have decided together, to install so-called field officers at railway stations. Also in trains there will be more police officers present and act where necessary. This is stated by the union of driving personnel (Vakbond Rijdend Personeel), writes NU.nl.

Twenty officers have been deployed since Saturday to maintain law and order in and around stations. It mainly involves stations where there is often aggression or fare dodgers. This is not only deployed in Eindhoven; also the scheme is introduced in the provincial towns of Roosendaal, Breda, Den Bosch and Tilburg.

The measures are taken after agreements made in March this year. The agreement is between unions, politicians and NS. Whether the measures actually will work, is viewed in November this year.

Source: Studio040

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