MTA employees take anti-terror training course to improve Brooklyn transportation

The MTA says it increased its efforts to prevent terrorism by sending approximately 50 employees to an emergency training course Sunday.

The MTA employees attending the course at John Jay College were instructed on what ?red flags? they should be aware of during their daily work routine. The course was taught by a Washington-based security firm.

Union leaders say the current anti-terror training methods, which included a pamphlet or a video, are insufficient.

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