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Published:July 27th, 2007 09:48 EST
TSA Statement Regarding Intelligence Bulletin on Suspicious Incidents at U.S. Airports

TSA Statement Regarding Intelligence Bulletin on Suspicious Incidents at U.S. Airports

By SOP newswire

News media has obtained a routine TSA intelligence bulletin relating to suspicious incidents at U.S. airports. While this bulletin is not classified nor does it contain secret material, it is for official use only and is commonly shared with law enforcement partners, Federal Air Marshals and our transportation security officer workforce. There is no intelligence that indicates a specific or credible threat to the homeland.

During the past six months TSA has produced more than 90 unclassified bulletins of this nature on a wide variety of security-related subjects. We constantly feed intelligence and training information to our officers and the law enforcement community and this is one example of such information sharing.

Every day, TSA senior officials review intelligence information with the intent to provide as much information as possible to our front line officers, air marshals and our law enforcement partners. 

Source:TSA