Kylie Bielby

Kylie Bielby has 247 articles published.

Kylie Bielby
Kylie Bielby has more than 20 years' experience in reporting and editing a wide range of security topics, covering geopolitical and policy analysis to international and country-specific trends and events. Before joining GTSC's Homeland Security Today staff, she was an editor and contributor for Jane's, and a columnist and managing editor for security and counter-terror publications.

Conquering PTSD… Underwater!

There are currently about 8 million people in the United States living with PTSD and it is prevalent in first responders and military personnel who face severe trauma regularly as part of their role in protecting and aiding civilians.

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Man Climbs on Aircraft as Climate Protestors Cause Airport Security Mayhem

One individual has been arrested for climbing on top of an aircraft on the runway, others refused to get off aircraft they had boarded, and a number of people were arrested outside the airport building.

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Airport to Test Autonomous Security Robots

San Diego International Airport is testing autonomous security robots as part of its 16-week Innovation Lab program. NXT Robotics will beta test and refine the robots to support airport security monitoring by employing artificial intelligence and continual surveillance.

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Counterterrorism Police on Scene at British Shopping Mall Following Knife Attack

Police are investigating a stabbing attack at the Arndale Shopping Centre in Manchester, U.K.  A statement from Greater Manchester Police says early enquiries suggest that several people have been stabbed.

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Los Angeles Airport Police Break Ground on $220 Million Consolidated Facility

Los Angeles World Airports broke ground on a state-of-the-art $220 million Airport Police Facility that will consolidate operations from eight separate locations under one roof just north of the Central Terminal Area in Westchester.

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China Blacklist: Trade War or Human Rights Concern? Perhaps a Bit of Both

The United States has blacklisted 28 Chinese organizations amid concerns about human rights violations. The action effectively blocks the 28 entities (which include government agencies as well as technology companies) from buying American products.

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Airports Test ‘Biometrics on the Move’ to Reduce Waiting Time at Borders

Biometrics on the Move is designed to make it easier for travelers to quickly pass through border checks without taking their passport or other documents out of their bags.

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GAO Tells TSA to Improve Industry Coordination on Security Directives

Of the 46 TSA security directives and emergency amendments in effect related to air carrier operations at foreign airports, 28 addressed threats (e.g., explosives in laptops) and 18 pertained to vulnerabilities identified at foreign airports (e.g., inadequate perimeter fencing).

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OIG: CBP’s Chemical Screening Devices Inadequate as Opioids Claim Another 30,000 Lives in 2018

The Office of the Inspector General at the Department of Homeland Security has reported its findings from an audit to determine to what extent Customs and Border Protection uses small-scale chemical screening devices at ports of entry to identify fentanyl and other illicit narcotics.

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