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ARRESTS of railway vandals and graffiti artists have more than doubled in a crackdown by NSW transit police.
More than 280 offenders have been arrested since transit security officers and NSW police launched a joint operation 14 months ago.
Transport Minister John Watkins said railway vandalism cost $15 million a year and caused many delays to commuters.
"Our transit officers include plain clothes officers who covertly target the places and times when vandals operate to catch offenders," Mr Watkins said.
RailCorp's network of 6400 closed-circuit televisions and the ability to track graffiti vandals through websites were keys to the campaign.
by Frank Walker
5th August, 2007
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