What I Do Matters: Casey Swindle

Travelers flying out of Tupelo Regional Airport in Tupelo, Mississippi, can rest easy knowing their safety and security are in the hands of Transportation Security Officer Casey Swindle. Officer Swindle isn’t simply good at what he does, he is dedicated to ensuring the safety of every passenger flying out of the Tupelo Airport. After seven… Read More »

How Airport Security Makes a Difference to the American People   

Airport security can make an enormous impact on the lives of the American People and even travelers throughout the world. Security contributes to both actual and perceived safety of travelers and their loved ones. People depend on airport security to perform screenings that prevent dangerous materials or people from making it onto the airplane. The contribution… Read More »

Airport Security 18 Years After 9/11

Believe it or not, the terrorist attacks on targets in New York City and Washington, DC were 18 years ago. A child born that day would be old enough to vote now. Much has changed in airport security since then. Prior to this event, you could see your loved ones off at the gate, carry… Read More »

How Can You Tell the Difference Between Nervous and Suspicious Flyers?

As an airport security specialist in Sioux Falls, SD, your primary objective is to identify and neutralize potential threats. Airports can attract a real cross-section of the population, from frequent-flying business travelers to individuals who rarely get on a plane. The former probably breeze through the process easily, but the latter may have no idea… Read More »

Ways to Improve Airport Security Before the Busy Travel Season

As travel season heats up, there is no shortage of articles geared toward vacationers with advice on preparing for the airport. How to pack, what questions to expect, how to streamline their security screening process. What’s tougher to find are suggestions for airport security personnel on what they can do to improve security before the… Read More »

What I Do Matters: Linda Severson

By: Salina Sanders Linda Severson grew up on a farm in the small town of Waubay, South Dakota. Linda currently has three children, two of whom are twins. Her oldest is 32 and her twins are 30. Linda has worked in security her whole life, but she began working for airport security in November of… Read More »

BOS Security Awarded DHS/TSA Contract to Provide Airport Security Services in Roswell, NM

  Atlanta, GA – April 23, 2019 BOS Security, Inc. a provider of visitor access control services and guard services today announced that the Company has been awarded the contract to provide Airport Passenger & Baggage Screening Services at Roswell International Air Center (ROW) in Roswell, NM.  This five-year contract will be the company’s third… Read More »

What I Do Matters: Justin Dunbarr

  by Faust, Casey in October 2018 Roswell International Air Center Airport STSO Justin Dunbarr With his father in the army growing up, Justin Dunbarr lived at various times in Washington state, upstate New York, and even Panama until finally settling with his family in Roswell, New Mexico in the late nineties. As a child, he saw how… Read More »

7 Airline Jobs You Can Outsource To External Security Guards

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Airport security is vital in keeping airline staff and the thousands of passengers that pass through airports safe and secure. Security personnel are located throughout the airport at various points for optimal security. Security is an even bigger focus since 9/11. To meet security demands while still providing excellent customer service, some airlines are choosing… Read More »

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