Boston’s Logan International is First US Airport to Adopt Israeli Security Techniques
(Boston, Mass.) Beginning in mid-August at Logan International Airport, 60 TSA officers will use Israeli passenger behavior screening techniques in efforts to increase security. This program is part of a 1 billion dollar national program, named Screening Passengers by Observation Techniques, or SPOT, that trains officers to detect suspicious behavior by asking passengers non-intrusive questions and reading body language. To read more about the program on Fox News, please click here.