But, I can easily counter-argue that with one sentence: would you rather have people be uncomfortably patted down at the airport to make sure that they didn’t have a weapon on them, or get gunned down by a terrorist in a plane with nothing you can do. In my opinion, the first option is much easier. I think it is so important that this happens that it should be a normal part of air travel, for every different age, size, race, gender, etc. It’s kind of like doing a sport such as mountain biking, snowboarding, skiing, etc without wearing a helmet; even though that you probably won’t get into a life-threatening accident with your brain, you should always have the protection just in case. In conclusion, airport security searches should become a lot more detailed because of how clever some of the terrorists can be, recent events having to do with terrorism, and how we can stop the attacks while airborne.
However, this connection can be formed simply by using Social Imagination. The perception of my life and Singapore can be examined from several different perspectives rather than adopting the simple act of comparison between both timelines. In the matter of my citizenship, I am always proud that Singapore has the top international airport in the world and that we can live together as Singaporean, regardless of race, language or religion. However, if Singapore was not expelled by Malaysia in 1965, and hence formed a country of her own, this would not be possible. Likewise, without my family and many other Singaporeans working hard to eliminate discrimination and make Changi Airport possible, Singapore would not stand at where she is today.
Research suggests that the TSA does not adequately provide security against actual threats towards airports, but rather provide a false sense of feeling secure. This is evident in many ways. The TSA’s mindset is toward the wrong things, for example they are overly concerned with nail clippers and hair gel, and loose sight of the real threats at hand such as plastic explosives. The TSA have a very large emphasis of security for people who walk in the front door and go through the security checkpoint however, there is a dangerous oversight of securing the perimeter of the
Other relevant legislation that security managers/management need to be aware of is: a) The Criminal Law Act 1967: applicable when for example a customer is being ejected from the premises any force used by security personnel must reasonable, proportionate and necessary. b) The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984: this act guides security management especially when they have effect a citizen’s arrest for indictable offences and the parameters within which they can carry out a citizen’s arrest. Security management to be carried out effectively, effective communication and customer care skills are also considered most important. To effectively carry out their duties in security management operatives must have the following skills: 1) Establish a good rapport with the customers 2) Acknowledge the
Yes, it cost lot of money but it attracts the people to the airport. In 2005 the airport has provide passport scanning machine for nationals to pass by the immigration and reduce the traffic. There is also the security scanning machine for the luggage, all these technology to serve the passengers needs and prevent the airport from serious case. Plus, the security check is done by the police, in 2006 the security checks have been stopped up on passengers who have flight to United kingdom and the United states. By 2007 the dubai airport has launched a new type of airport screening machine which can find out the weapons and also can find the drugs in the blood.
She believes that the security guard needs instructions on how to treat passenger’s right. 3. Comment on the following statement: “Frisking the flight crews in front of the passengers is downright foolish. It only makes the passengers feel unsafe” Personally I have started to feel the same way about going through security checks in airports as Shashi Tharoor on some points, but that doesn’t mean that I do agree with the statement. Because personally I feel safer every time I fly and I can see that all the members of the different flight crews are also being frisked.
Government’s measures to achieve the economic performance Since Singapore does not own any natural resources, government needs to invite investment and economy consumer to spend in Singapore from other country. As an example, Resort World Sentosa is one of the best attractive area for foreigners. RWS is one of the maijor factors for helping to grow GDP growth rate in Singapore. Government sets better job opportunities for Local consumers more than foreign workers. So that the economy of Singapore is
Guarding and serving individuals, security watchmen are the immediate focus for robbery avoidance. Taking a shot at various occupation obligations, for example, watching property and reviewing it, they will likewise be guarding against discharge, fear based oppression, break-ins and criminal exercises. Security gatekeepers are regularly the first on the scene to safeguard their manager's home, stop criminal circumstances and guarantee that laws are authorized on the home and property. Legitimate security preparing is the beginning stage towards turning into a future watch. A Typical Day Making utilization of radio and phone interchanges, security officers spend their days of work prepared to make a call for help with instance of a fire
Introduction Singapore is widely regarded by the global community as a developed nation. As a city-state with no natural resources and humble beginnings as a small fishing village, it may seem nothing short of a miracle that Singapore is where it is today, as these circumstances have not stopped Singapore from achieving high economic growth, boasting one of the world’s highest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita. These accomplishments can be accounted to several key milestones in Singapore’s past that have influenced the country’s policy-making decisions, such as the introduction of free trade in Singapore, as well as principles of governance left from its colonial days under the British. Free Trade in Singapore One of the most important
Guards patrol art galleries and museums to secure our cultural heritage. We should be taking the same approach to safeguarding our natural heritage and protecting wildlife/nature. There is a benefit of a close tie between law enforcement and the survival of diverse species. For example, in Asia, the government’s training and deployment of park guards in Thailand’s most important reserve, the Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, has led to seven years of population stability in tigers and other wildlife, in contrast to dramatic declines in nearby unprotected parks. The urgency for the training and deployment of guards to protect wildlife across the globe could not be greater.