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AN ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY ARRANGEMENT IN MURTALA MOHAMMED INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, IKEJA-LAGOS

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ABSTRACT

Over the years, there have been persistent and consistent issues bordering on security in the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos. As an International airport as well as the gateway into our Country, it is expected to measure up to international standards in facilities, personnel, services, security, safety etc but unfortunately most of these areas are atimes neglected and consequently fall below acceptable international standards. This research has been designed to assess and appraise the security system and facilities in the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos. The study aims at evaluating the security system with a view to identifying and analyzing all those problems facing the efficient and effective security network.

The data obtained were basically on questionnaires, library research, journals and official documents as well as relevant books. The use of maps, graphs and tables also complement the other source of data collection.
After the analysis, it was discovered that the security system of the airport is poor and does not measure up to international standards and therefore should be beefed up.

The problems were identified and array of suggestions advanced for a safer and more secure airport in order to forestall any security breach.

 CHAPTER ONE

  1. 1.0  Introduction------------------------------------------------------------------1

  2. 1.1  Background of the study ---------------------------------------------------1

  3. 1.2  Problem Statement-------- --------------------------------------------------5

  4. 1.3  Objectives of the study -----------------------------------------------------8

  5. 1.4  Research Hypothesis -------------------------------------------------------10

  6. 1.5  Justification of the Study---------------------------------------------------11

  7. 1.6  Scope and Limitations of the study ----------------------------------------13

CHAPTER TWO

2.0
2.1
2.2
2.2.1 World air accidents and incidents----------------------------------------21

  1. 2.3  London Heathrow Airport Security --------------------------------------27

  2. 2.4  United States Aviation Security ------------------------------------------28

  3. 2.5  Nigeria’s screening System---------------------------------------------- -32

Literature review------------------------------------------------------------16

Introduction ----------------------------------------------------------------- 16

Aircraft accident and incident investigation -----------------------------17

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2.6 Air traffic computer security ----------------------------------------------36

  1. 2.6.1  Physical Security------------------------------------------------------------36

  2. 2.6.2  Security of operational ATC systems-------------------------------------37

  3. 2.6.3  Inadequate implementation and enforcement of policy----------------38

2.7 Checkpoint screeners-------------------------------------------------------39

  1. 2.7.1  Educational background----------------------------------------------------39

  2. 2.7.2  Criminal Background checks----------------------------------------------40

2.7.3 Criminal History -------------------------------------------------------------40

2.8 FAA’s responsibility--------------------------------------------------------41

2.8.1 Rapid turnover---------------------------------------------------------------42

2.8.2 Human factors ----------------------------------------------------------------43

2.8.2 The threat image projection system---------------------------------------45

2.9 Screening practices in five developed countries -------------------------- 46

CHAPTER THREE

  1. 3.0  Research methodology ---------------------------------------------------- 49

  2. 3.1  Restatement of the research questions and hypothesis -------------- 49

  3. 3.2  Research design---------------------------------------------------------- 50

  4. 3.3  Characteristic of the population ---------------------------------------- 51

  5. 3.4  Sampling design and procedures---------------------------------------- 51

  6. 3.5  Data collection instrument ----------------------------------------------- 53

  1. 3.5.1  Secondary data ------------------------------------------------------------ 54

  2. 3.5.2  Primary data--------------------------------------------------------------- 54

3.6 Administration of the data collection instrument---------------------- -55

  1. 3.6.1  Personalinterview-----------------------------------------------------------56

  2. 3.6.2  Questionnaire Administration-----------------------------------------------56

  3. 3.6.3  Direct observation-----------------------------------------------------------56

3.6.4 Telephone interview--------------------------------------------------------- 57

3.6.5 Method of data analysis------------------------------------------------------57

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0 Murtala Mohammed International Airport: Security--------------------60

4.0.1The functionalist concept to security and safety and safety operation-60

4.0.2 The institutionalism concept to security and safety operations--------61

  1. 4.0.3  Problemofindigenousairlines--------------------------------------------62

  2. 4.0.4  Lackofprofessionals-------------------------------------------------------65

  3. 4.0.5  Obsoleteinfrastructure------------------------------------------------------67

  4. 4.0.6  Searchandrescuedeficiencies--------------------------------------------68

  5. 4.0.7  Screeningmachines---------------------------------------------------------70

  1. 4.1  Murtala Mohammed International Airport: security--------------------71

  2. 4.2  The airside------------------------------------------------------------------- 72

  3. 4.3  Airport fencing fortification ---------------------------------------------- 72

  4. 4.4  Identification of persons--------------------------------------------------- 73

  5. 4.5  Identification of vehicles-------------------------------------------------- 73

  6. 4.6  Protection of aircraft on aprons ------------------------------------------ 73

  7. 4.7  Presentation and analysis of data -----------------------------------------74

  8. 4.8  Data presentation--------------------------------------------------------- --75

  9. 4.9  Data analysis-----------------------------------------------------------------76

  10. 4.10  Hypothesis Testing ------------------------------------------------------- 82

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0 Summary, recommendation and conclusion----------------------------92 

AN ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY ARRANGEMENT IN MURTALA MOHAMMED INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, IKEJA-LAGOS

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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 55 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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