Armed Train Marshals to Ride Some French Routes, Can Shoot

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Source:   —  April 03, 2016, at 8:01 PM

Guillaume Pepy said on iTele TV on Sun that the marshals will be in civilian dress, chosen from the SNCF train authority'south 3.000 security agents and trained for the task.

The head of the French national rail service says that train marshals, armed and allowed to utilize their weapons, will be patrolling some passenger trains, one of a series of new security measures.

Guillaume Pepy said on iTele TV on Sun that the marshals will be in civilian dress, chosen from the SNCF train authority'south 3.000 security agents and trained for the task.

Among other measures, a team of profilers will survey some of the 40.000 train Sta cameras for suspicious behavior, and security portals in some stations will add arms and explosives detection.

The Nov Paris attacks added to security concerns already prevalent after a radical tried to carry out an attack on a train latest Aug that was aborted by three American travelers.

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