Fox 4 Now: TSA whistleblower raises concerns about security at RSW A former TSA worker breaks his silence tonight, speaking out about security concerns at RSW airport in Fort Myers that he says could affect your safety. Meanwhile, TSA officials are firing back. Four in your Corner investigator Mike Mason joins us with a story you will only see on Fox 4. This veteran TSA security officer was in good standing when he left for personal reasons and now wants the public to know what he claims is really going on at RSW. Jim: "They're supervisors and they don't do those things so they just stand around." ... According to Jim, agents are afraid to report problems to their supervisors. Jim: "It's a management by fear atmosphere that you work in. The people are scared to death." Jim says when agents have not been properly trained to work as screeners they are more likely to allow weapons and contraband to slip through the X-ray machines. He says at RSW this has happened numerous times. Jim: "I've seen people miss knives and cans of mace." Jim says one of his duties included acting as a training mentor and training new agents how to work security checkpoints. He says agents are required to complete approximately 100 hours of 'on the job' training before they can work checkpoints unsupervised. Jim says even after completing the training some agents are still not qualified and, as a result, he has told his supervisors he would not sign off on that agent. Jim: "I've had people that I trained who, and I told people, he's not ready. I mean he's just not ready, doesn't matter." Jim says supervisors didn't seem to care and would simply have another training mentor sign the paperwork, whether that agent was ready or not. He says this has happened to him once but it happened to his fellow officers several times and when new agents are not trained properly it presents a security risk to all passengers. ... Jim says, for the most part, agents at RSW are doing their best to protect the public but the turbulent atmosphere inside the TSA distracts many from doing their best. Jim: "If you're part of the ‘in-crowd’ you're fine. If you're not and they need somebody to hang out to dry they'll paint a target on your back and once they do you're done."