Airport Security: Essential to Guard Citizens
Airport security measures are essential to guard citizens against the significant potential for disaster. Airport security is the process of protecting public transport by aircraft, as well as the terminals from which passengers of these aircraft arrive and depart. The growing attempts of terrorist attacks on aircraft from the mid-1970s through 2001 have provided the need for greater security. The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, forced the government to create the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
Airport security has drawn the focus of the American public. With accounts of human error and various news reports of TSA failures to catch contraband items, the security debate draws a great deal of scrutiny from the public. There has been growing support for, and the eventual introduction of, full body scanners to improve the effectiveness of the security screeners. These scanners afford the TSA officers the technology to visually observe under the clothing of individuals entering the gate areas, making certain that there are no potential threats slipping through the security screening process. Checklist for Informational Essay
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