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  1. Eliot Daks

  2. Miss Myklebust

  3. English 2 Honors

  4. 8 March 2016

  5. For Stricter Airport Security

  1. Introduction

  1. Who here has ever had to go through the hassle of airport security?

  1. For safety?

  2. “ TSA’s failure rate when Homeland Security Inspectors attempted to sneak fake bombs and weapons through passenger checkpoints this year was 96%”

  1. Who: Massimo Berenson and Rebala

  2. Where: Time

  3. When: 2015

  1. 2 billion dollars spent to improve bag check screenings in 2008

  1. “ TSA’s failure rate when Homeland Security Inspectors attempted to sneak fake bombs and weapons through passenger checkpoints this year was 96%”

  1. Who: Massimo Berenson and Rebala

  2. Where: Time

  3. When: 2015

  1. 2 billion dollars spent to improve bag check screenings in 2008

  1. Body Discussion

  1. TSA willing to spend money although yet to do it affectively.

  1. $30 million 207 security scanner known as puffers.

  1. Who: Massimo Berenson and Rebala

  2. Where: Time

  3. When: 2015

  1. Define puffers.

  2. Did not work in the field

  1. 2009 the TSA spent over 700 million dollars on smoothing out the faulty screening process in place.

  1. Cause

  1. TSA does not do proper back round checks on airport employees  

  1. “153 guns were smuggled in 2014 by 2 delta employees”

  1. Who: Josh green

  2. Where: Atlanta Magazine “Security Breach”

  3. When: December 2015

  1. “TSA officials cleared 73 airport workers for access to restricted areas even though their names appear in the government’s database of those with suspected terrorist connections.”

  1. Who: Massimo Berenson and Rebala

  2. Where: Time

  3. When: 2015

  1. TSA officers helped smuggle drugs past security at airports in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

  1. Airports do not continue to check workers

  1. They do not screen regularly

  2. People can change

  3. Right in front of them on social media

  1. Opposition

  1. The 4th amendment “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

  1. In 1973 the 9th Circuit Court rules on U.S. vs Davis, 482 F.2d 893, 908,  the TSA legally gets by the forth amendment by saying “noting that airport screenings are considered to be administrative searches because they are conducted as part of a general regulatory scheme, where the essential administrative purpose is to prevent the carrying of weapons or explosives aboard aircraft.”

  2. In 1973 the 9th Circuit Court rules on U.S. vs Davis, 482 F.2d 893, 908,  the TSA legally gets by the forth amendment by saying

  1. Explain amendment.

  2. Personal privacy

  1. Conclusion

  1. TSA willing to spend money although yet to do it affectively.

  2. TSA does not do proper back round checks on airport employees

  3. Airports do not continue to check workers

  1. Solution

  1. Learn from one of the most secure airlines in the world “Elal” an Israeli airline

  2. Profiling within the 4th amendment

  1. Closing

  • Next time you are waiting in airport security, remember it is for the best.  It is better to get to your destination a little slower than not getting there at all.

Work Cited

 Calabresi, Massimo, Tessa Berenson, and Pratheek Rebala. "The Price Of Security." Time 186.24 (2015): 44. Middle Search Plus. Web. 27 Jan. 2016.

Churchill, David. "Playing Safe." Buying Business Travel 73 (2015): 24-26. Business Source Elite. Web. 27 Jan. 2016.

Green, Josh. "Security Breach." Atlanta 55.8 (2015): 26-30. MasterFILE Elite. Web. 1 Mar. 2016.

Madhavan, Poornima, Cleotilde Gonzalez, and Jeremy R. Brown. "The Impact Of Target Base Rate On Training And Transfer Of Learning In Airline Luggage Screening: An Examination Of Three Base Rate Scenarios." Applied Cognitive Psychology 27.2 (2013): 263-273. Academic Search Premier. Web. 27 Jan. 2016.

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