Airport Security Outline

Thesis Statement: The terrorist attacks on 9/11 forced seaports and airports to establish security solutions in order to prevent future attacks.

Alternate Thesis: Security in the transportation industry, especially, airports and seaports have increased and developed new ways for conducing searching and implementing security based policies, due to the terrorist attacks of 9/11 with the use of passenger planes.

Alternate Thesis: The privatization of security has led to the insecurity, which resulted to the majority of the common citizens in the community lose lives due to terrorist attacks of the 9/11, hence, seaports and airports are focusing on developing improved systems, which will provide the platform for engaging in the implementation of security measures.

I. In the past decade plus a few years, the seaports and maritime authorities in the American community have resulted in the development of compliance policies to enhance seaport security.

a) The development of The International Ship and Ports Facility (ISPS) Code

b) The container security initiative (CSI) focusing on container inspection

c) Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) and among many others

II. The Department of Homeland Security has taken the initiatives of being the leader and protector of the American community against insecurity and terrorist activities in the community.

a) The Homeland community has focused on community policing and local initiatives to ensure the meet the security needs of the community.

b) Also focusing on reforms, such as public office administration and creation of system information dissemination for the community.

c) Also the development of functions and roles for the different policies of the community.

III. Airport security is changing the contemporary community’s approach into the use of security features and systems to enhance security screening for arrivals and departures from the American communities.

a) The Transportation Security Administration is considered as the possible and ideal body to govern airport and transportation security in the American community.

b) The development of screening systems, such as biometrics, wireless signals and manned securities provides a base for security planning.

c) Also, there is the allocation of financial resources for the developing, planning and acquisition of non-personnel and personnel security resources.

IV. Their aviation and transportation networks and systems have been regulated to ensure, the community is aware of the risk associated with the lack of security features in the community.

a) The transportation networks are often focusing on risk assessment and this is influencing the rise in security awareness.

b) Aviation bodies are focusing on compliance and regulation of transport security with the unification of airport and transport security.

c) The government is also focusing on the development of security resources to influence and promote the growing demands in the community.

V. The government in the last past decade have focused on controlled border travelling with the focusing on regulating immigration and intermigration the community.

a) There is the use of screening at the border and constant flow of information and updates between the border patrol officers and their stations.

b) There is the increased registration of all entries into the country and interstate travelling, which focuses on controlling traffic and ensuring the right use of transportation systems in the community.

c) National reforms on immigration rules and regulations to comply with the security screening and risk awareness on the challenges on security and national safety.