Transportation Security and Human Behavior
Observational Techniques and Behavior Analysis
“Silent Signals” Security Concerns Brings New Focus on Body Language
The Wall Street Journal (08/15/02)
Human Behavior and Transportation Security go hand in hand. When you consider that 99 % of all travelers are innocent, and do not present a risk to the security of the Transportation Industry, Behavior Analysis Techniques or “Behavior Profiling” as is commonly referred becomes that much more significant.
Expedite Passenger Security Screening, and provide an effective solution to your Airline, Airport, Cruise Ship, Port, Bus, or Rail transportation Systems. Customer service, supervisors, Security personnel, and Law Enforcement Officers can learn Behavior Analysis Techniques in a Terminal Setting. The course teaches them to recognize “Deceptive Behavior” of a passenger, how to effectively communicate objective observations across the Security Agencies and departments, respecting human rights, and working within the Security Codes and Guidelines of Transportation Security.
Prospero M. Ellis
Creator of the Behavior Analysis and observational Techniques
U.S. Customs – Rover Concept, Rover Techniques, and Rover Teams
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