June 10, 2013
A former security supervisor at John F. Kennedy International Airport says he was fired after he reported finding several guards asleep on duty.
Stephen Jackson, a supervisor with FJC Security until he was fired in late May, said it was “a regular occurrence” to find guards dozing while on duty, the New York Post reported Monday.
The ex-Marine said he had supervised between 58 and 65 guards at the airport and routinely caught about six sleeping. One guard posted at a remote area of the airport was twice found napping, Jackson said.
This article was posted: Monday, June 10, 2013 at 1:54 pm