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Unformatted text preview: Robert L. Kerin 12-19-2009 Introduction to Terrorism – 1003 Unit 5 “As a citizen, passenger, and potential target of aircraft terrorism, do you want better security systems in places? Are you willing to pay for them, in higher-priced airline tickets, longer lines, and more flight delays?” As an individual I feel that the FAA, and the US Government should be willing to take the extra added measures to insure out safety and our personal security. Me personally speaking I feel we don’t have enough measures yet. Use behavior clues to identify potential terrorists during passenger screening, the technique involves first identifying passengers exhibiting suspicious behavior, such as wearing heavy clothing on a warm day, excessive sweating, or using a pay phone in areas with cell phone reception. Individuals identified in this way are then selected for targeted interviews with a law enforcement officer who is trained to detect signs that a passenger is concealing something. The vast majority of the who is trained to detect signs that a passenger is concealing something....
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2010 for the course DSC 1003 taught by Professor Johnrollins during the Fall '09 term at Everest University.
- Fall '09