CIA Assessment on Surviving Secondary Screening

Wikileaks: “CIA Assessment on Surviving Secondary Screening at Airports While Maintaining Cover”.

With the exception of Israel’s Ben Gurion airport and a few others, immigration inspectors conducting primary screenings generally lack the time and tools to conduct in-depth examination of travelers’ bona fides. EU norms stipulate that passport checks take no longer than 20 seconds per traveler. Dutch Royal Military Police (KMAR) officers at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam are under instruction to spend no more than 10 seconds evaluating each passport although few officers achieve this speed, according to July 2009 liaison reporting. (…) Foreign airports use cameras and undercover officers to identify passengers displaying unusually nervous behavior. Physiological signs of nervousness include shaking or trembling hands, rapid breathing for no apparent reason, cold sweats, pulsating carotid arteries, a flushed face, and avoidance of eye contact.

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One Kommentar zu “CIA Assessment on Surviving Secondary Screening”

  1. tm852 am Dezember 24th, 2014 2:24 pm

    Bei so einer Security muss fliegen ja ganz schoen gafaehrlich sein. Dann laesst man es doch besser.

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