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NR/L2/OPS/291

Railway Crime Risk Management

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Organization: NR
Publication Date: 7 December 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 13
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This standard applies to the detection, deterrence, response, recovery and review of railway crime activities throughout Network Rail and co-operation with other rail industry partners in respect of wider railway crime activities.

Railway crime is defined as being criminal offences as stated in UK law, including Railway Bylaws, within a Route's area including rail corridor, depots, buildings and assets, and any other Network Rail owned infrastructure within the Route's footprint.

It excludes crime in stations (see NR/L3/OPS/045/4.18), crime committed on trains and on level crossings as defined by the Level Crossings Act (1983).

Purpose

The Office of Railway Regulation (ORR) states that Network Rail, as a duty holder has a legal obligation to take all reasonably practicable steps to prevent access to the infrastructure and to confirm that public safety is not endangered through the presence of uncontrolled railway material left near the track where vandals might use it.

This specification sets out the high-level requirements for Network Rail's management, monitoring, risk assessment and mitigation / reduction of railway crime activity. It is set within the context of the wider management of railway crime and so contains frequent references to railway crime matters.

Document History

NR/L2/OPS/291
December 7, 2019
Railway Crime Risk Management
This standard applies to the detection, deterrence, response, recovery and review of railway crime activities throughout Network Rail and co-operation with other rail industry partners in respect of...

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