Monday, November 23, 2009

TSA Covertly Watch Traveler's Conduct

The Washington Post has reported that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has stationed behavior-detection officers at over 160 airports in the United States. The officers are looking for folks who exhibit a raised level of nervousness or stress in an attempt to spot would-be terrorists. In many cases the officers are finding people who are transporting drugs through airports. Read more in "At U.S. airports, TSA officers covertly monitor traveler's behavior". Click here to learn more about air travel security.

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