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DART Say Something

DART Say Something

Free Safety and Security Mobile App for DART Riders

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The DART Say Something Safety and Security App offers riders a quick and discreet method for reporting concerns directly to DART Police. App users can send photos, six second video, text descriptions, and locations of suspicious people or activities.

From the home screen, users have two easy options for contacting DART Police:

  • The "Report an Incident" button allows users to send text with a photo or short video directly to DART Police. To ensure discretion, the camera flash is automatically disabled when photos are taken through the app. When reporting an issue, users can select locations and report categories. Riders can also send reports anonymously if they choose.

  • The "Call Police" button will connect riders directly to DART police.
The application is designed for robust operation even under conditions of poor signal strength. If you send a report from an area without cellular/Wi-Fi connectivity such as the Cityplace tunnel between SMU/Mockingbird, Cityplace/Uptown and Pearl/Arts District stations, it will be stored and sent when connectivity returns. The system is also designed to send text descriptions before photos so that the police can get information as quickly as possible.

Note: The DART Police Text service available via 41411 will no longer be used after November 1, 2017. In the event of a problem installing the app or if you do not have an Apple or Android phone, you may also Text a Tip to: 214-256-1819

Additional Features:
  • Alerts. Will provide users with information on Police BOLO's (Be On the Look Out) and/or specific persons of interest.
  • Check-In. Users can share their location on a map and indicate if they are "OK" or "Need Help". This information can be shared with friends and family by e-mail and SMS.
  • Web Site: Provides user with a direct link to DART's mobile web page, where they can use Where's My Bus?® and Where's My Train?
This service is only for individuals who need to contact the
Dallas Area Rapid Transit Police Department and are in the DART service area.

If you have any other issues to report or are not in the DART service area,
contact your local police department or dial 911.

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