The Amtrak Police Department
The Amtrak Police Department (APD) is a national police force committed to protecting the customers, employees, and stakeholders of Amtrak. Our more than 450 sworn and civilian personnel located at more than 30 locations in 46 states conduct a range of behind-the-scenes and front line security measures to ensure Amtrak employee, customer, and infrastructure safety and security.
APD is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of over 30 million customers traveling to more than 500 destinations in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces, on more than 21,400 miles of routes. APD partners with federal, state, local, rail and transit law enforcement agencies to provide a police presence at a majority of Amtrak stations and along the rights-of-way.
Visit the APD website for more information.
APD Annual Report
Our 2020 annual report provides insight into the department’s important achievements. Read the full report.
If You See Something, Say Something
The Amtrak Police Department encourages anyone visiting our stations and facilities, or riding our trains to report suspicious items, persons, behavior, or activity immediately by approaching a uniformed officer, calling (800) 331-0008, sending a text* to APD11 (27311), or by calling 911. *(Messaging and Data rates may apply. Txt HELP for help, txt STOP to cancel).
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