TSA chief explains shift in focus to assess flier risk

08/23/2013 | Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

On Thursday, Tranasportation Security Administration chief John Pistole visited Tampa International Airport in Florida to discuss the nation's security strategies. The TSA is using programs such as PreCheck to move to a risk-based flier assessment instead of viewing every flier as a risk. "We are moving away from the 'one-size-fits-all' outlook on screening airline passengers to a risk-based security concept," Pistole said. "That began with age-based screening modifications for passengers 12 and younger and 75 and older who do not have to remove their belt, shoes or a light jacket."

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