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1540

Personnel, employees, passengers, companies.

Applies to everyone
Allows TSA to fine people

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1520

SSI

3

1503

Enforcement/compliance
How to respond to an LOI.

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1544

Aircraft operator security
Part 121 Airline
Part 125 air cargo

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1546

Foreign air carrier security
Flies into/out of US.

6

1550

Security program for charters above 12,500 pounds

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1548

Indirect air carrier

Freight forwarder

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1542

Airport security

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SSI

Be detrimental to the security of transportation

10

What level of information can an ASC get up to?

Secret

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What are the levels of classified information?

Confidential – damaging
Secret Dash seriously
Top secret – gravely

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Which airport documents are never SSI?

AEP
ALP
Master plan

13

Define TLO and what is the highest clearance they can receive?

Terrorism liaison officer
Top-secret clearance

14

When is STA required?

When applying for secured, SIDA or sterile area access.

Conducted annually

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The ASP contains:

Description of security areas
credentialing process
Law-enforcement
Escort procedures
Challenge procedures
SIDA training
ports of entry
Contingencies/incident management
Record keeping and SSI
Exclusive area agreements

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TSA amendment

Gives airport operator 30 days to comply

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Airport operator amendments

Must give TSA 45 days to review

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Changed condition

How much time to notify TSA?

Unplanned changes to the ASP.
Six hours to notify TSA

If the condition last for more than 60 days, Airport must submit an amendment.

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Security directives

When there is an immediate threat or need to change security procedures.
Deadlines for implementing directions are written within Each SD.

TSA normally issues SDs

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Authorized signatory

Main function:

Request the issuance of an ID badge
Add or alter access rights

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Performance measures for access control on AOA

Detect Deter Prevent

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What three elements are required for a SIDA?

Training
CHRC/STA
ID display /challenge

allow authorized access
Deny unauthorized access
Differentiate access authority

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Exit lane protection

ASAP states who is responsible

Adjacent to screening check. TSA
Physically separated from checkpoint – airport

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Secured area access control requirements

Alarm notification in response
Sweep of the area
limit access to only those necessary
Make sure the access authorities in writing.

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Types of barriers

Physical
Electronic
Natural
Access points

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Direct ramp observer

When an airport doesn't need a full security program and are GA operations for most of the time.

Example is Lake Tahoe airport

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British Airways insider threat 2011

Plan to bomb a transit lentic flight and also plotted to attack the computer system

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TWA flight 8 47
1985

Catering personal smuggled guns and hand grenades so that hijackers could clear screening. A US Navy diver Robert Stetham was killed.

The weapons were placed in the lavatory.

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British Airways insider threat 2011

Plan to bomb a transit lentic flight and also plotted to attack the computer system

30

TWA flight 847
1985

Catering personal smuggled guns and hand grenades so that hijackers could clear screening. A US Navy diver Robert Stetham was killed.

The weapons were placed in the lavatory.

Captain John TesTrake and flight attendant Uli Derickson.

Lesson learned: once on the ground keep the aircraft on the ground and flight crew training

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PSA flight 1771

A former airline employee brought down the plane by bringing a gun on board after it had been terminated from employment but his credentials had not been confiscated. He killed his supervisor it was commuting on the flight then shot both pilots aircraft crash killing off 44 on board.

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Pan Am flight 103

Libyan airlines employee placed a bomb on the plane killing 270 people including 11 on the ground in the town of Lockerbie Scotland.

33

How long do fingerprint and badge applications have to be retained?

180 days after individual no longer needs badge.

34

TSA fine

Up to $11,000

35

Voluntary disclosure to TSA

Written report to TSA within 10 days

Should be able to get out of the fine

36

Voluntary disclosure to TSA

Written report to TSA within 10 days

Should be able to get out of the fine

37

TSA fine

Up to $11,000

38

GA

77% of all flights in US

Contributes over 100 billion annually

Employees over 630,000 people

39

1993 agricultural aircraft

Osama bin Laden assess potential use to deliver chemical weapon

40

1994 White House lawn

Successfully flu hey says the 150 on the White House lawn crushing the plane into two stores below where the president Clinton's bedroom was located.

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Operation Bojinka 1995

GA aircraft flown into headquarters of CIA

42

Tampa Florida 2002

Cessna flew into side of a building (Bank of America).

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IRS building Austin Texas 2010

Aircraft smashed into IRS building

44

Maryland – three

College park,
Potomac airfield, Washington executive (HYDE field)

GA airports that have an ASP
Part 1562

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PIDS

Perimeter intrusion detection system

46

Virtual fence PIDS

Microwave sensors
Photo electric
radar
seismic sensors

47

Fence mounted PIDS

Fiber optic
Microphonic sensor
Electrostatic sensor

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Embedded smart fence PIDS

Taut wires
Electric fences

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Video type PIDS

Video cameras and video analytics
Thermal imaging

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Mobile detection assessment response system (MDARS)

Autonomous vehicle

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Prisoner escorts

Two armed LEOs per one high risk prisoner

One armed LEO per one low risk prisoner (4hrs or less)

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Indirect air carriers

Shippers that routinely ship cargo on an air carrier.

Also known as freight forwarders.

Operate under the indirect air carrier standard security program or IACSSP.