Can Children Traveling Alone Really Trust the TSA?

October 26th, 2012 by www.securitydefence.com

The TSA has been under a great deal of scrutiny lately. Many of those who have traveled have complained about the type of security measures that the TSA is taking. They feel as if the TSA is being excessive in the nature that they are searching with. They do not understand why the TSA targets some individuals while not targeting others. There even have been claims of TSA workers inappropriately touching those who are being searched. This has caused a great deal of uproar, especially from those who frequently travel. This helps explain it more. They do not feel comfortable having to go through the TSA checkpoints.

Those individuals who must let their children travel alone have voiced their concern as well. They feel as if they may not be able to trust the TSA in handling their children. As parents, these individuals have every right to be concerned about the well being of their young children, especially while traveling alone. The parents, though, should not worry about their children as the TSA workers are there to ensure the safety and security of all those who are traveling. In some cases it is better to be over secure than under secure, especially in times like today.

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