The TSA is being urged to make swift policy changes after a shocking security breach at JFK Airport.
The Transportation Security Administration might need some of that juice after eleven people strolled right through a security checkpoint at John F. Kennedy airport in NY.
Port Authority police, after being notified two hours after the incident, had surveillance photos of the travelers and flooded the airport, but couldn't find any of the them, the newspaper reported.
TSA officials say the agency's confident the incident "presents minimal risk to the aviation transportation system" but it's being reviewed.
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"What you have is 11 people, unscreened, who boarded unknown flights to unknown destinations", one source told the newspaper.
The Transportation Security Administration confirms three passengers weren't properly screened after they walked through a metal detector, setting off alarms. Their carry-on bags were placed on a conveyor belt and screened by a TSA officer.
The agency said it would "take appropriate action" against the employees responsible once its investigation into the breach concluded.
"Those terminal searches, initiated when a TSA supervisor discovered and alerted Port Authority Police to the lapse, were unsuccessful, and it is believed the travelers in question boarded various flights", police said in a statement.
Worse yet, TSA agents didn't notify police about the incident until two hours later.