After #MeToo movement, King County Metro Transit sees more reports of sexual misconduct

Metro Transit Police Maj. Dave Jutilla helps launch a new campaign, “Report it to Stop it,” to encourage reporting of sexual misconduct on Metro Transit buses Tuesday, April 24, 2018. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)

County leaders have launched a campaign to encourage more passengers to come forward, in an effort they say plays off the public's overall willingness to report misconduct.

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