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Aviation Security: Federal Air Marshal Service Could Benefit from Improved Planning and Controls
Cathleen A. Berrick (au)
The U.S. Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS) has undergone a number of changes in recent years, including a 2003 transfer from the Transportation Security Admin. (TSA) to the U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement Bureau (ICE), & a 2005 transfer from ICE back to TSA. A key aspect of federal air marshals’ operating procedures is the discreet movement through airports as they check in for their flight, transit screening checkpoints, & board the aircraft. This report discusses FAMS’s: (1) transfer to ICE & key practices that could facilitate its return to TSA; & (2) management of mission-related incidents that affect air marshals’ ability to operate discreetly. Includes recommendations.
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