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Metro Transit Security Assessment

Since March 2018, we have been working closely with our partners at the East-West Gateway Council of Governments, St. Louis County Police Department, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department, and security consultant WSP-USA to enhance safety and security efforts on the Metro Transit system and address regional concerns.

Using data, insights and recommendations developed through a system-wide security assessment, we have made improvements and enhancements to our approach to transit safety and security over the past two years, and will continue to make progress throughout 2020.

Read about the Metro Security Assessment and Strategy and the implementation of recommendations that are improving safety on the system.

Metro Security Scorecard

This scorecard provides a mechanism to track Metro’s progress toward implementing the comprehensive security strategy in each of six categories: Security Strategy, Police & Security Staffing, Procedures & Training, Fare & Fare Enforcement, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), and Technology.

Second Quarter Security Scorecard Graphic

Download the booklet of Metro’s current scorecard and progress in each category (PDF)


MetroLink Task Force Reports

Nothing is more important than your safety. We are constantly upgrading and improving our safety and security measures while continuing to deliver the reliable, efficient service riders expect.

View MetroLink Task Force Reports

Ridership safety and security information prior to Q4 of 2023 is available on our Community Reports Archive.

The information provided below is ‘unofficial’ and not jurisdictional specific. Details or specifics related to the information would need to be obtained by contacting the individual police departments (St. Louis County, St. Louis City, and St. Clair County) for any ‘official’ data.

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