Profiling Methods in Airport Security: Balancing Efficacy and Civil Liberties

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David Alania


The purpose of this research: is to shed light on the critical and complex issue of utilizing profiling methods in airport security. We aim to explore the science and practice behind these methods, which include behavioral profiling, demographic profiling, and document verification, while emphasizing the need to strike a delicate balance between their efficacy in enhancing safety and the preservation of civil liberties. By delving into the scientific foundations and applications of profiling methods, I seek to provide a comprehensive understanding of how these tools operate and their importance in ensuring the safety of travelers. Ultimately, this research serves as an informative guide to navigate the complex landscape of airport security profiling, offering insights into both the advantages and challenges posed by these methods.

The results of research: applications, ethical considerations, and the ongoing evolution of these security practices. The conclusion emphasizes the delicate balance that must be struck between the efficacy of these methods and the protection of civil liberties. It underscores the importance of antidiscrimination policies, transparency, oversight, and data privacy to ensure responsible implementation while adapting to the ever-changing security landscape. This research offers a well-rounded perspective on the complex issues surrounding airport security profiling, providing valuable insights for those interested in the topic. It recognizes the critical importance of enhancing security while respecting individual freedoms and human rights, setting the stage for informed discussions and responsible practices in this critical domain.

airport security, profiling methods, behavioral profiling, demographic profiling, biometric profiling
Published: Dec 11, 2023

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