After-School Metro Patrols Aim at Student Crime

Metro Transit Police Officers are out in larger numbers at Metro stations, trains and buses during after-school hours to help prevent juvenile crime. The new initiative hopes to stop rowdy behavior and fights on the transit system and quell complaints from other commuters.

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