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The future of Airport security will see several changes to include technology, personel management and quite possibly a changes in laws that govern security organization and procedures. by Mind Map: The future of Airport security will see several changes to include technology, personel management and quite possibly a changes in laws that govern security organization and procedures.

1. What problems are facing Airport Security in todays environment?

1.1. Most passengers believe racial profiling to be inadequate and discriminatory.

1.1.1. reference: Public Support for Racial Profiling in Airports: Results From a Statewide Poll

1.1.1.1. An article that covers data received from a research survey of Pennsylvania citizens about racial profiling in Airport screening procedures.

1.2. Personal Privacy is important to everyone, Airport security officers hold too much authority to violate passenger privacy

1.2.1. reference: "THE NEED FOR ‘CHECKS AND BALANCES’ IN AVIATION SECURITY LEGISLATION"

2. What advancement or changes are currently being explored in the industry?

2.1. A paradigm shift is coming in the near future, shifting focus from finding items to identifying threatening persons.

2.1.1. reference: Aviation Security in 2030: A glimpse into the future

2.2. Technology is being advanced to speed the current process of screening luggage.

2.2.1. reference: Aviation Security in 2030: A glimpse into the future

2.2.1.1. An overview about topics discussed on the future of the field at a Conference where experts in their field discussed ideas, research, and proposals to advance the airport security industry .

3. Do federal Laws hinder or assist with security measures?

3.1. Homeland security organizations are federally exempt from being forbidden to racially profile.

3.1.1. reference: "US to Continue Racial Profiling at Borders, Airports."

3.1.1.1. A letter sent to NY times about racial profiling policy as it relates to airport security and other fields

3.2. Some believe that airport security holds too much power and authority that infringe upon individual rights.

3.2.1. reference: "THE NEED FOR ‘CHECKS AND BALANCES’ IN AVIATION SECURITY LEGISLATION"

3.2.1.1. A legal article outlining  potentially legal ramifications that should be addressed in relation to airport security.

4. Does this career field have potential to be successful in the future?

4.1. I need to get data on employment rates and trends

4.2. I need information from primary sources as to what makes a person successful in the field such as requirements

4.2.1. *still searching for relevant information with citable sources*

4.3. I need data of what qualifications I will have by the time I am ready

5. What other aspects of security are involved with major airports that don't involve passenger or luggage search?

5.1. Perimeter Security at Airports provides physical security to the property and areas not as heavily trafficked as the terminals.

5.1.1. reference: General Aviation Security: Aircraft, Hangars, Fixed-Base Operations, Flight Schools, and Airports

5.2. Actual Aircraft security, access to the aircraft is as great a threat as passengers with malicious intent

5.2.1. reference: General Aviation Security: Aircraft, Hangars, Fixed-Base Operations, Flight Schools, and Airports

5.2.1.1. A book that acts as guidelines to follow about all aspects of airport and aviation security.

5.3. Personnel and staff security, ensuring proper safety measures and screening of employees before access is given to possible threat areas

5.3.1. reference: General Aviation Security: Aircraft, Hangars, Fixed-Base Operations, Flight Schools, and Airports