TSA setting quotas for suspicious persons reports
Denver's Channel 7 has the story (non-video link).
TSA apparently has a written policy that each Air Marshal must report at least one Surveillance Detection Report (a fancy term for a suspicious person report) per month. Of course, being the subject of SDR can lead to being put on a watch list. But failure to make the quota is taken as proof that the Marshal isn't being alert.
Coming atop the stories about the Air Marshals being forced into a dress code ... for undercover work... of jacket, tie and dress shoes ... this is suggesting that TSA's hierarchy could use a good purge, and replacement by people who have some idea of law enforcement operations.