The airport groups have made some very good sugestions that TSA should really look at. The using of Behaviour TSA folks at the screening checkpoints is an ecellent idea, and should be used before overtime is authorised. I know they say that underminds their efforts when they work in plain clothes. It may, but not enoug to cause any problems, the US Secret Service has done it for years. Plus the Behavour folks at the screening check points is just more effective for their skills. In many major airports that is where may TSA behavour folks end up anyhow, watching the screening line from a distance. Being right there talking to passengers as they hand over tickets and ID's is when the bad guys are the most nervous and often display the actions bad guys resort to when thinking they may be confronted.
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