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Compliance Enforcement

Compliance and enforcement conduct inspections 24 hours a day. Inspections of the Secured and Sterile areas are conducted to determine compliance i.e. aircraft, vehicles, ramp, construction sites, tenants, terminal doors, alarm response time, and Hartsfield-Jackson incentive program. Fines are assessed for those tenants that are non-compliant.

Physical Security Provide input for design and review construction plans of airport projects to meet the physical security and TSA requirements for protecting facilities as and resources of the airport. Manage the contracts for all security systems to include CCTV, Access Control, fingerprints and badge systems. Develop security plans to serve as guidelines/roadmaps tenant and contractors to meet the applicable standards of TSA and the airport.

Contract Guard Security Services Manage the guard contract company that provides physical access control to the restricted areas of the airport. Conduct performance monthly reviews of the company’s performance levels to ensure the highest level of security is maintained.

Escort Procedure

To better serve you, Hartsfield-Jackson Security now has an online system for requesting escorts. Please click on the link below to submit your request.

Emergency Notification

If an escorted person engages in activities other than those for which access was granted, the person providing the escort is required to maintain watch if possible and report the incident to Airport police by calling 911 immediately.

Security Seal/Hologram Program Procedures (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Definition of CBP Security Area (19 CFR 122.181)

The term “CBP security area” means the Federal Inspection Services area at any airport accommodating international air commerce designated for processing passengers, crew, their baggage and effects arriving from, or departing to, foreign countries, as well as the aircraft, deplaning area, ramp area, international cargo facilities, and other restricted areas designated by the Port Director.

For a detailed outline of security provisions (19 CFR 122.181), application details and escorting procedures, please click on the link below:

Link to Security Program Procedures – printable PDF