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/ China/ ChinaShanghai beefs up security measures at railway, subway and bus stationsUpdated: 2014-05-15 07:10By Wang Hongyi and Wu Yiyao in Shanghai ( China Daily)Comments Print Mail Large Medium  SmallPolice officers patrol the south square of Shanghai Railway Station on Wednesday. A ceremony was held to launch a joint armed patrol by public security and railway officers to counter terrorist attacks at major traffic hubs. Gao Erqiang / China DailyShanghai will step up security at railway stations with armed police officers, following a wave of violent attacks across the country, authorities said on Wednesday.The effort coincides with the Fourth Summit of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia, which the city will host on May 20 and 21.The public security department and railway police will deploy armed patrols at the citys seven railway stations.”Our priority is to ensure a smooth summit. We will continue to improve our anti-terrorism ability to combat violence,” said Liu Yanping, vice-minister of public security.Shanghai police also carried out exercises on Wednesday afternoon at Shanghai South Railway Station and the citys long-distance bus station.Tao Jiong, a spokesman for Shanghai railway police, said officers were cooperating with other departments such as firefighters, anti-riot and anti-terrorist brigades.About 300 police have been patrolling major traffic hubs. About 400 officers from neighboring provinces have also been dispatched to help with security work at three train stations in Shanghai.Liu Wei, a 29-year-old volunteer, said he and other volunteers are helping police patrol subway stations, railway stations and long-distance bus stations.”We pay special attention to unattended packages, and will report suspicious luggage to police,” he said.Sniffer dogs have also been deployed at entrances to subway stations, railway stations and long-distance bus stations.Earlier, Shanghai police deployed 125 SWAT teams in downtown areas, transportation hubs and scenic locations, such as the Bund and Yuyuan Garden.Officers are equipped with helmets, bulletproof jackets, batons, shields and firearms.The helmets have 4G transmission devices. When police arrive at the site, a real-time picture of the area can be sent to the command center.Qi Xiaojun, a 32-year-old passenger, said recent terrorist attacks at railway stations in Kunming, Urumqi and Guangzhou have made him more concerned about traveling by train.”But you can see that Shanghai police are strengthening checks with enhanced measures, and travelers may feel a greater sense of security,” he said.Contact the writers at and for Chinas campus beauty queenSevere rainstorm hits E ChinaHigh-Tech Expo opens in BeijingCat care shop faces closure, some felines need a home Face bikini favored by women sea bathersA teen without memoriesYoung offenders attend courses to further educationBridge construction to close a gap in C China More China NewsStudents petition clouds Fudan trialMan sues Yao Ming for misleading fish oil pillGovernment to promote business servicesSize of Chinese family getting smallerShanghai beefs up security measures at railway stationsPolluters will face increased feesMore World NewsSubstantial statement expected during Putins visitVietnams anti-China riots hurt its imageTwo killed in blast near Thai protest siteTurks heckle Erdogan after mining disasterBidens son joins Ukraine gas companySpying on millions of Americans in the United States of SecretsMost ViewedTodays Top NewsExtradition deal with US key to nabbing fugitivesLi urges greater effort on reformsChina, Japan need constructive ideasGovt requested to plant GM cropsSession to discuss economic issuesBan on Chinese researchers clarifiedChina may expand property tax trials…Editors PicksLuxury toilets flush with controversyThree-dimensional crossing lines in C China Two killed in blast near Thai protest siteTurks heckle Erdogan after mining disaster Macao to hold dragon boat racesLi Na reaches 500th-win recordHot Topicsmoon rover  air defense identification zone  CPC and reform  China and Japan  air pollution  Cameron in ChinaSpecial CoveragePremier Li visits African countriesSpecial: Files shed new light on Japanese atrocities Royals who have visited ChinaBlogging contest foryoung ChineseVideoSlidePodcastPicturesNew Council aims at strengthening tiesChinas Textile City wears it wellThree is too smallSlide: Meeting mummy in the valley of the giants
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