Presentation on theme: "Pre 9/11 Post 9/11 Pre 9/11 Minimal passenger screening Minimal cargo screening Minimal attention to GA airports Terrorism happened outside the United."— Presentation transcript:
Focus – general aviation Security tools Operations and Security Bulletins Emergency Airport Notification System Wisconsin Airport Security Plan (WASP) Airport visits/education/audits Funding
698 aviation facilities 132 public-use airports Many are privately-owned and have no public funding, direct federal oversight, or security requirements 8 air carrier airports Subject to TSA 1542 124 General Aviation airports
12,340 active pilots 5,362 registered aircraft 100+ Flight inst. locations 73 registered aerial applicators 25 USDA-registered aerial applicator companies
Airport Security Assessment completed Fall 2004 Audits on a 3 year cycle Federal and state dollars (DHS and OJA)
Fences, lights, signs, education, cameras and locks Security projects part of programming Wisconsin Airport Security Plan (WASP)
Lifestyle changes Local, State, and Federal level interest Active participants nationwide Continue to educate, guide, and equip Wisconsin GA airports. Airport Security enhancements are now part of every airport development plan.