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The staff of the airport is working with the u.s. Department of Homeland Security in advance of the big game.
MIAMI, Just miles from where this year’s Super Bowl is set to take place at the Hard Rock Stage in Miami Gardens, Fla., the feds are already in town to catch the train to the Miami International Airport, officials in the tracking of human targets.
“Florida is a state with the third highest rate per capita of calls related to trafficking in human beings, and so we felt that it was important to teach our staff on the indicators of trafficking in human beings,” said Indira Pardillo, a public relations official at the airport.
Over the next couple of weeks, in the run-up to Super Bowl IV, dozens of federal agents will fan out across South Florida on the lookout for odd behavior or anything that seems to be in working order.
Sixty of the additional TSA agents from all over the country, it will enhance the TEMPERATURE of Miami and an office staff to hold the additional checkpoint lanes will be open during the high volume on the day of departure. There will also be a 10 K9 teams. “VIPER” (Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response) teams will also be at the airport as well as game day approaches.
In my area, we are looking for something, whether it’s a cell phone, a package, everything was in its place, for me, it’s a red flag,” said Christian Fernandez, a terminal and a security supervisor.
As for the ports of entry are often full of federal agents of national security, Pardillo said that it was in the days before, during, and after the Super Bowl, there will be more security personnel, in all departments of the company.
“I would like all of the staff at the airport to be vigilant, especially now that the Super Bowl komt.De the Super Bowl is considered to be one of the biggest human trafficking events, and, therefore, it is important for our staff to know in-depth of the indicators,” Pardillo said.
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More than 600 employees from the airport, as well as Fernandez, have spent days of training on detection of trafficking in human beings and victims of trafficking in human beings. The airport is expected to be a record of a total of 90,000 passengers travelling from the airport on the day of the event.
“We have a number of suppliers of ground-handling services, the educational program, and to the people who push the wheelchairs. We have desk officers, country senior officers, who are out on the pavement to direct the traffic, and we have, of course, the security officers, who are in training,” Pardillo said.
Staff will be trained in certain behaviors of the traveling public, such as a lack of contact with the eyes, it is a story that can’t be right, or fear for the safety of the workers.
“Everyone who comes in, and that seems to be in its place, we have to identify the people we are trying to get in touch with them and make sure that people are happy to be here … everyone in the airport is getting the same training,” Fernandez said.
Super Bowl LIV, in Miami, Fla., on Feb. 2.<br>
Customs and Border Patrol said, ” it’s a game to them, as a record number of people file in and out of the state.
Customs and Border Protection agents for national security events like the Super Bowl, it’s also a ‘game day’ for human traffickers.
“Any time you have an event that would be too much, I would have to say, with a great deal of money to the participants, it may be sensitive to certain situations, such as the illegal crime, crime, and the trafficking of human beings,” said Michael Silva, a Customs and Border Protection, the spokesman said.
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Silva said the hope is to stop human trafficking and for victims to leave for the airport.
With the huge numbers of people to pour into Miami this year for the event, the Fbi would be a step in the training of the employees of the airport and to the safety and security measures for the control of the trade in one of Florida’s busiest airports.
“If you all want to see to it that their freedom will be kept from them, they will not be allowed to move freely, they are not allowed to express themselves freely, and you can see that it has to be someone else to hold on to their papers. As you know, we have to say is to use your sixth instinct … if you see something, report it,” Silva said.
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Airport officials say they’re on high alert for the week leading up to the Super Bowl and the day after the day of the race.
“It’s going to be a record high day for us, and if not, is one of the busiest travel days in the year 2020,” Pardillo said.
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Miami authorities are also in the training of hotel employees and Uber drivers to recognize the signs of trafficking in the city in the run-up to and during the big event.