Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator Peter Neffenger addresses his threefold approach to meet TSA’s core mission of securing the Nation’s transportation system and the people who use those systems.
TSA Assistant Administrator for the Office of Law Enforcement and Director of the Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS) Roderick Allison addresses the FAMS counterterrorism layer in the security TSA provides to the traveling public.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson addresses counterterrorism, aviation security, federal .gov cybersecurity and immigration/border security.
I commend the work of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California, the FBI and the Internal Revenue Service to bring criminal charges against 14 baggage handlers and co-conspirators, for circumventing TSA checkpoints and illegally transporting drugs across the country.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) addresses TSA’s efforts in securing the nation’s transportation systems.
Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh C. Johnson shares a hug with TSA supervisor Carol Richel and Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Heather Sylve during a visit to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. When a deranged man attacked TSA officers and wounded Officer Richel last Friday, Lieutenant Heather Sylve took the attacker down and saved Officer Richel’s life. The bravery and dedication of these women, and our TSA workforce at this airport and at airports across the country, is an inspiration.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Chief Risk Officer Ken Fletcher addresses TSA’s Pre✓® program.
The senseless act of violence that occurred last night at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is a reminder of the variety of threats we face and the important work that the men and women of the Transportation Security Administration do every day to keep millions of passengers traveling through our airports safe.
Secretary Jeh Johnson and his Canadian counterpart, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Steven Blaney, share a laugh during a bilateral meeting in Washington, D.C.. On Monday, Secretary Johnson and Minister Blaney signed a preclearance agreement that will significantly benefit travelers and trade by reducing congestion and efficiency at the border by allowing for the immigration, customs and agriculture inspections required for entry into either country to occur on foreign soil.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Acting Administrator Melvin Carraway addresses the President’s Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Request for the Transportation Security Administration.