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Article
External
Date of publication: 
Tue, 25/04/2017
Article
External
Date of publication: 
Mon, 18/08/2014
Conference Paper
External
Date of publication: 
Thu, 15/03/2012
Contact: 
Mayra Sacanamboy, Bojan Cukic Lane Department of CSEE, West Virginia University, USA msacanam@mix.wvu.edu, bojan.cukic@mail.wvu.edu Vittorio Cortellessa Dipartimento di Informatica, Università dell’Aquila, Italy vittorio.cortellessa@univaq.it
Presentation
Internal
Date of publication: 
Tue, 25/04/2017

Presentations given during the 1st Global Conference and Exhibition on future developments of Automated Border Control (ABC): "Border Crossing as easy as ABC"

Presentation
External
Date of publication: 
Tue, 23/06/2015
Report
External
Date of publication: 
Tue, 05/08/2008
The Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques (SPOT) program is a behavior observation and analysis program designed to provide the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Behavior Detection Officers (BDOs) with a means of identifying persons who pose or may pose potential transportation security risks by focusing on behaviors indicative of high levels of stress, fear, or deception. The SPOT program is a derivative of other behavioral analysis programs that have been successfully employed by law enforcement and security personnel both in the U.S. and around the world.
Conference Paper
External
Date of publication: 
Mon, 04/07/2011
Discovering and gathering information from multiple disparate sources, assessing the veracity of that information, and determining how and when to utilize the information in each stream is one of the most perplexing challenges that governments and businesses face. This symposium explores how governments and businesses can increase the fidelity and use of information streams. Assessing the credibility of information and increasing the quality of information streams is critical in many venues (e.g., law enforcement scenarios, border security, fraud investigations, intelligence gathering, etc.).
Report
External
Date of publication: 
Tue, 25/04/2017
Contact: 
Australian Audit Office

The objective of the audit was to assess the effectiveness of Customs and Border Protection’s risk‐based management of end‐to‐end processing of incoming international air passengers

 

 

Article
External
Date of publication: 
Fri, 01/01/2010
You’re at an airport, standing in line to go through security. You’re sweating, having rushed from the curb with bulky suitcases, gripping a zip- lock bag in one hand and your shoes in another. Nervous that, as the security line crawls along, you may miss your flight, you glance around impatiently at the officials and your watch. Government agents are watching your every move––looking to see whether you exhibit certain facial expressions that they believe are the telltale signs of a terrorist. This is Screening Passengers by Observation Technique (“SPOT”), the Department of Homeland Security’s behavioral profiling program, in which trained federal agents closely observe travelers’ faces for hints that they may be security risks.

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