TSA official discusses layered security at South Carolina airport

Charleston International Airport in South Carolina has three bomb-sniffing dogs in training and eight behavioral detection officers, federal security officer Debra Engel told a conference on Thursday. Those tactics and more are part of a layered security strategy that seeks to keep potential terrorists off-guard, she said. Engel expects to receive full-body scanners next year and said the screening process eventually will begin before a passenger gets out of the car.

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