Denver International Airport Security manages security functions
for the airport workforce community. Airport Security also ensures
that airport identification badge holders are in compliance with
the rules and regulations related to the possession and use of airport
Airport Security is responsible for issuing
airport ID badges, assigning and maintaining access to airport facilities,
issuing vehicle permits, and verifying employees have cleared the required Security Threat
Assessment (STA) and Criminal History Record Check (CHRC)
prior to receiving their airport ID badge.
|Main Badging Office (MBO)
near Gate A-46, Level 4
8500 Peña Blvd.
Denver, CO 80249
||Satellite Badging Office (SBO)
7640 Undergrove St., Unit A
Denver, CO 80249
Take the 75th Ave. exit from Peña Blvd.
| Map and Directions to the Airport Security Badge Offices (Adobe PDF)
|Both locations open Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Allow one hour for security training
Allow two hours for security plus driving training
||Badging Appointments: No appointment needed, walk-in service
Fingerprint Appointment Hours: last appointment 3:15 p.m.
|Closed every third Thursday of the month from
noon to 4 p.m. and on all observed City holidays
Each air carrier, tenant, vendor, or contractor requiring access to the Secured Area, Sterile Area, and/or any other Controlled Area must become a "Participant" in the Airport Security Program and must remain in good standing with the program to maintain airport security privileges.
No participant of the Airport Security Program, and no Airport ID badge holder, shall divulge any security source documents or information to any individual, unless the individual has a specific and valid need to know such information, as identified and defined in the federal government's Title 49 CFR Parts 15 and 1520. For more information, please reference http://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/sensitive-security-information.
Badging procedures for the New Company Doing Business at the Airport
To acquire an airport ID badge, an
applicant begins by completing the necessary paperwork (a fingerprinting and
badge application) and schedules an appointment with the
Airport Security Office.
and Badge Application (see form) must be presented with two valid forms
- Approved government-issued photo ID
- Proof of citizenship (examples: original state-issued birth certificate, valid U.S. passport, or legal residency with work authorization)
All information regarding the individual’s name,
age, gender, and other vital statistics on both forms of identification
must be consistent and verifiable.
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