Security News Roundup 22/04/14
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Stowaway teen exposes flaws in airport security.
A teenager was captured climbing on to the landing gear of a passenger jet in San Jose. However, no one saw the footage and the boy slipped past several layers of security.
‘There’s no way to guarantee security, even if you had one person per video screen.’ said Richard Bloom, an airport security expert at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Arizona.
Family court to provide ‘more security’ for children.
Changes to the family justice system will provide children with “more security”, justice minister Simon Hughes has said.
Mr Hughes told the Today programme that the new 26-week time limit on care proceedings in court will lessen the amount of time children are left “in limbo” while cases are ongoing.
Read more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-27109836
Senator almost hit by train at rail security talk.
Oh the irony…
Check out the video below where a US senator is almost hit by a train whilst taking part in a conference on rail security, but only if you promise to think about the irony.