managed inclusion. A term used by the Transportation Security Administration to describe a program using behavioral detection techniques for screening at airport checkpoints. Passengers who are deemed to represent no threat are sent through a less intensive screening lane where they are not required to remove shoes or belts or remove laptops from carry-on bags.
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