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Random Employee Screening Having random screening can be a very successful way in preventing individual from accessing any of the airport’s secure areas, this is because it would promote the ideology that you can be screen at any moment, so accessing secure areas would be marketed as high risk for the people that are trying to cause mishaps in the airport. Also if done properly and continuously it will provide up to date information on the people with access to sensitive areas. This measure may prove to be impractical if it is not properly managed. For example, if a great amount of people have access to various restricted areas the number of checks made on a daily basis need to be high, in order to increase the percentage of success. Furthermore, the
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  • Winter '16
  • 1920, TSA, January 1, Random Employee Screening

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