Airport Screening: The 'P Word' And 9/11

Airport Screening: The 'P Word' And 9/11

There are 1 comment on the Click2Houston story from Sep 2, 2011, titled Airport Screening: The 'P Word' And 9/11. In it, Click2Houston reports that:

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#1 Sep 3, 2011
As the article stated, profiling is a long overdue technique needed to increase airport security.
However, given the profile of the typical TSA screening employee presently on the payroll, it will take an entirely different personnel make up to allow this technique to be successful.
Otherwise, it will be a total failure.
We can, and should, adopt the Israeli model.

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