San Antonio Airport Police Mission
It is the mission of the San Antonio International Airport Police Department to enhance the safety of that community of citizens who travel through the airport by a commitment to excellence in the professional and courteous delivery of police and security services, while operating under the framework of the United States Constitution, through the reduction of fear and the preservation of human life while enforcing relevant statutes and regulations.
Administrative Assistant: 210.207.3451 and 210.207.3575
Operations Communications Center: 210.207.3433
The San Antonio International Airport (SAT) is the primary airport serving the San Antonio metropolitan area and the 7th largest city in the United States of America. If you are committed to providing safety and excellent customer service to the community and citizens who travel through the airport, then this is the position for you. We offer excellent training, great pay and benefits, and ample opportunities for advancement.
If you are interested in joining a winning team and have a desire to serve, please click here. Application deadline: May 22, 2018
For more information on Who We Are, download the AP Police Recruiting Pamphlet
Lost Items Assistance
|Where was the item left or lost?
||Take this action to try to find your item:
|At the passenger screening checkpoint
||Please contact the TSA local administrative office, 210.832.5334.
|In the terminal or parking facility
||Use the Feedback Form to report your lost item. Click the link to open a form that you can fill out and submit. Or, call 210.207.3451 and leave a message. An Airport Police representative will return your call during regular business hours, prior to 4:30pm CST on the following business day.
|On the airplane...
|Personal items lost while in flight or at an airline gate are collected and held for claim by the respective airline. Lost luggage is also held for claim by airline companies.
Contact the airline baggage claim office:
Volunteer Airport Police
Volunteer opportunities are now available with the Airport Police.With the increase in passenger air travel and construction of a new terminal, parking and roadway ahead, the Airport Police Division has had to draw on non-traditional resources in order to meet its mandate of providing a safe and secure environment for the traveling public and employees. A new program, Volunteers in Airport Policing, known as V.A.P., was designed to help with that number one priority.
The idea is to recruit and train community volunteers to support current law enforcement and security personnel and place them in positions where they could be extra eyes and ears for the Airport Police. Some of the V.A.P. volunteer duties will consist of recognizing and reporting security violations, suspicious activity, assist with traffic control, patrol the parking areas, terminals and perimeter, issue parking violations, assist in special projects and unusual occurrences, and administrative support. In addition to increasing security, the program will also help enhance the division customer service level.
The Volunteers in Airport Policing program is now actively seeking qualified volunteers. For more information about the program please view the Volunteer Police Brochure or contact the Program Coordinator, Lt. Richard Griffin, at 207-3498.
If you are interested in becoming a member of this new, exciting, innovative concept and would like to apply, please visit the links below for more information and an application.
V. A. P. Program Links:
Airport Police Volunteer Brochure (PDF)
Airport Police Volunteer Application (DOC)
Authorization To Release Personal Information (DOC)
Authorization To Request Military Records (DOC)