The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is testing a new behavior monitoring program, called “managed inclusion,” at airports in Indianapolis and Tampa. The program selects some passengers from airport security screening queues for expedited screening on the basis of random on-the-spot observations and passengers’ interaction with behavior detection officers. The selected passengers are then invited to use the dedicated lanes for PreCheck, TSA’s expedited screening program for low-risk travelers.
The TSA plans to expand the program to more airports if it is found to be successful in the tests.
Read more on this new program here:
T.S.A. Experiments With Behavior Screening