Airport Operations Area (AOA) security items
(i.e., identification badge, vehicle permit,
and ramp license) shall be issued and used
only for department-authorized access into
the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport and in
accordance with guidelines established in this directive.
DEPARTMENTAL LIAISON AND ELEMENT COORDINATOR
A. The captain of the Narcotics/Vice Division
(NVD) is the department’s liaison with the airport’s
security management, Department of Transportation.
The captain is responsible for issuing all AOA
security items to element coordinators and ensuring
that the items are returned to the airport’s security
management. The division’s manual of operations (MOP)
shall detail the duties and responsibilities of the
liaison in accordance with this directive.
B. Each element that requires AOA security items
shall assign a coordinator who reviews and submits all
requests for the element. The coordinator is responsible
for the issuance, security, use, renewal, and return
(to the liaison) of all AOA security items for the element.
The MOP of each element that requires security items shall
detail the duties and responsibilities of the coordinator
in accordance with this directive.
GENERAL PROCEDURES FOR AOA SECURITY ITEMS
A. Security items shall be issued only for department-authorized purposes.
B. To initiate a request for a new or replacement
security item or to renew security items, the captain
of the NVD shall be contacted. The NVD shall provide
the requestor with all of the necessary information
(e.g., various requirements, regulations, suspense
dates, etc.) and application forms to obtain the
security items. The NVD’s MOP shall contain detailed
procedures for assisting anyone who is requesting or
renewing security items.
C. The captain of the NVD shall approve or deny
all requests for security items on behalf of the Chief of Police.
D. Employees are responsible for renewing their security items as necessary.
E. When a security item is lost or stolen, the
employee shall immediately notify the captain of the
NVD via the element coordinator and initiate a police report.
USE OF SECURITY ITEMS
A. Security items shall be used only for
department-authorized purposes and never for personal reasons.
B. Security items shall always be displayed
while in “sterile” or “secure” areas (as specified
by the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport’s security management).
C. A security item is to be used only by the
employee to whom the item was issued; authority
to use an item is not transferable.
D. Employees are responsible for the custodial
care of their security items.
RETURN OF SECURITY ITEMS
A. When security items are no longer required
or when an employee leaves an assignment that
requires security items, the employee shall
immediately return the items to the captain of
the NVD via the employee’s element coordinator.
B. Employees may be held responsible for
paying any fines resulting from the loss of
security items that have been issued to them.
REVOCATION OF SECURITY ITEMS
The Chief of Police or designee or the airport’s
security management may revoke security items
from an employee at any time.