Last week, an anonymous source claiming to work for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) revealed the checklist that TSA officers use to identify potential threats to society. The program, known as “SPOT: Screening Passengers by Observation Technique,” was designed to identify those people who could possibly be a threat to other airline passengers. TSA officers use a behavior checklist to determine possible terrorists. You can check out the full checklist here.
However, there is uncertainty that the program has been successful in removing threats from society. Between January 2006 and November 2009, TSA officers selected 232,000 airline passengers for additional screening. Of those 232,000 people screened, only 1,710 were arrested — less than 1% of the total referrals.
For more information about the TSA’s behavior checklist, check out the original post at The Intercept.
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