The DHS-FBI have released a list of 19 possible indicators of terrorist behaviors at hotels. How many are you guilty of? 

I’m guilty of the ones in bold.
  • — Not providing professional or personal details on hotel registrations—such as place of employment, contact information, or place of residence.
  • — Using payphones for outgoing calls or making front desk requests in person to avoid using the room telephone.
  • — Interest in using Internet cafes, despite hotel Internet availability.
  • — Non-VIPs who request that their presence at a hotel not be divulged.
  • — Extending departure dates one day at a time for prolonged periods.
  • — Refusal of housekeeping services for extended periods.
  • — Extended stays with little baggage or unpacked luggage.
  • — Access or attempted access to areas of the hotel normally restricted to staff.
  • — Use of cash for large transactions or a credit card in someone else’s name.
  • — Requests for specific rooms, floors, or other locations in the hotel.
  • — Use of a third party to register.
  • — Multiple visitors or deliveries to one individual or room.
  • — Unusual interest in hotel access, including main and alternate entrances, emergency exits, and surrounding routes.
  • — Use of entrances and exits that avoid the lobby or other areas with cameras and hotel personnel.
  • — Attempting to access restricted parking areas with a vehicle or leaving unattended vehicles near the hotel building.
  • — Unusual interest in hotel staff operating procedures, shift changes, closed-circuit TV systems, fire alarms, and security systems.
  • — Leaving the property for several days and then returning.
  • — Abandoning a room and leaving behind clothing, toiletries, or other items.
  • — Noncompliance with other hotel policies.
  1. rafer reblogged this from seanbonner and added:
    Rafer sez: Ditto. I especially hate housekeeping and have kept them out way past the bounds of reason.
  2. drcabl3 reblogged this from seanbonner and added:
    I tick a surprisingly small number of these, Considering the amount of security checks I’m in a habit of failing. But...
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