SEPTA Transit Police Continue Strike After Latest Negotiations Break Down

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There appears to be no end in sight to SEPTA’s Transit Police strike. Another round of talks between SEPTA management and union representatives ended without a deal Sunday night.

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No other negotiation sessions have been scheduled.

It’s been almost one week since close to 200 officers walked off the job.

They are looking for pay raises and the ability to review body camera footage at the end of their shifts. SEPTA Transit Police have been working without a contract since May 2018.

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Since the strike began, SEPTA police supervisors and officers from other local departments have been stepping in to fill the void.

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