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New Handbook Guides Airports to Combat Human Trafficking

The handbook includes materials and advice to assist airports play a significant role in combatting human trafficking by promoting a comprehensive approach that involves coordination with airlines and law enforcement agencies, such as border protection and customs agents. Keep Reading

Project Riptide Tackles Foreign Terrorist Fighter Movement in Southeast Asia

Project Riptide will coordinate border security operations in the three participating countries to screen travelers against INTERPOL’s criminal databases of wanted persons, notices and stolen and lost travel documents, and to increase national and regional border management cooperation. Border points not connected to the databases will be provided with special kits to allow searches during the operations. Keep Reading

// by Kylie Bull

GAO: Tracking Overstays Improves but Data Collection Limitations Remain

GAO said that although the overstay report identifies air and sea overstays, due to existing limitations in collecting departure data in the land environment, the 2017 overstay report provides limited departure and overstay information for land ports of entry, which DHS is required to collect and report by law. Keep Reading

NATA Announces New Members Elected to Board of Directors

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announces the election of three new members to its Board of Directors: Marc Drobny, President, StandardAero in Scottsdale, AZ; Geoffrey Heck, SVP of Operations, Signature Flight Support in Minneapolis, MN; and Mike Magni, President, Monaco Air Duluth in Duluth, MN. Keep Reading

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