44 Key Issues in Aviation Security for 2006

1. Physical screening of airport employees and vendors.
2. Responsibility for overall domestic aviation and airport security.
3. Explosive detection systems.
4. Explosive Trace Detection.
5. Profiling of passengers.
6. Registered traveler program.
7. Criminal background investigations of aviation industry workers.
8. Private security companies role in aviation security.
9. Flight deck doors.
10. Transponders.
11. Arming of pilots.
12. Security training of flight attendants.
13. Response to security breaches.
14. Passenger manifests on overseas flights to the U.S.
15. Passenger responses to in-flight security breaches.
16. Screener selection programs.
17. Screener supervisors.
18. Federal Security Directors.
19. Interdiction of weapons
20. Interdiction of explosives.
21. Trace detection equipment.
22. Back-scatter machines.
23. “Puffer machines.”
24. Prohibited items lists.
25. CAPPS program.
26. Secondary screening searches.
27. “Shoe Bombs.”
28. CTX machines.
29. Positive bag matching.
30. “No-fly” lists.
31. “Watch lists.”
32. Federal Air Marshals.
33. Airport perimeters.
34. Airport anti-missile systems.
35. Biometrics.
36. Screener privatization.
37. Fining passengers for screening violations.
38. Air cargo security.
39. Airport law enforcement officers.
40. Intelligence information response.
41. Suicide bombers in airports.
42. The Safety Act.
43. Liability for negligent security at airports.
44. Inspector general reports on security failures.

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