Transportation Security

Some articles on transportation security, security, transportation:

Maritime Transportation Security Act Of 2002
... The Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA) (Pub.L ... Congress to address port and waterway security ... of the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS) ...
Homeland Security Centers Of Excellence - Current Centers - The National Transportation Security Center of Excellence (NTSCOE)
... The National Transportation Security Center of Excellence (NTSCOE) includes the Connecticut Transportation Institute at the University of Connecticut, Tougaloo College ... to defend, protect and increase the resilience of the nation's multi-modal transportation infrastructure and education and training base lines for transportation security geared towards transit ...
Border Security And Terrorism - Current Policies and Security Mechanisms - Airports
... Airport security mechanisms must be quick, efficient, and effective due to the massive amounts of travelers, the Department of Homeland Security has implemented the Automated Targeting System ... On November 19, 2001, the United States passed the Aviation and Transportation Security Act, creating the Transportation Security AdministrationTSA, and requiring ... travelers to the Department of Homeland Security ...
Sensitive Security Information - Criticism and Praise of The SSI Policies
... Committee requested that auditors review how the Homeland Security Department is using its authority to withhold transportation security information from the public ... information that affects their safety and security ... were The TSA was had written responses to questions that were designated as sensitive security information, but did not treat the same information as ...
Robert Mac Lean - On July 29, 2003, NBC News (MSNBC) Reported TSA Plan To Remove Federal Air Marshals From Long Distan
... Two days after the Department of Homeland Security issued a July 26, 2003 al-Qaeda suicidal hijacking warning for cross-Atlantic U.S ... would have specifically broken federal law, the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (Public Law 107–71), Title 49 of the United States Code Section 44917 “ deployment of Federal air. 2003 disclosure, the TSA implemented dress code, airport security checkpoint bypass, and pre-boarding policies which routinely exposed Federal Air ...

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