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Safety patrols on Adelaide public transport are being boosted with the addition of 28 extra transit police.
South Australian Police Minister Jennifer Rankine said the officers would oversee buses, trains and trams and monitor taxi ranks and transport interchanges.
"Their addition to the transit service branch brings the total number of sworn officers to 102," she said.
"There will be five response teams covering more shifts, including a full night shift on Fridays and Saturdays."
She said efforts to tackle vandalism would also be boosted.
"Police are also using officers on four official SAPOL dirt bikes to patrol rail corridors looking for vandals," she said.
Police said their specialised transit teams would focus on the Noarlunga, Gawler and Outer Harbor rail lines
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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