Airport Police Department
The Indianapolis Airport Authority Police Department (APD) was founded in 1971. The APD ensures the safety and security of the Indianapolis International Airport and its associated reliever airports in Marion, Hamilton, Hendricks and Morgan counties.
Our mission is to protect the airport community through prevention, partnership and professional service. That commitment and dedication extends to not only our airport tenants and employees, but to the millions of visitors and passengers who pass through the airport each year. We are devoted to maintaining the best airport police department in the country.
APD is located underneath Concourse A of the main terminal building. We are not accessible from inside the terminal, but you can reach us via the South Service Road. This is the road that runs directly south of the airport's main inbound drive (Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive South).
Indianapolis Airport Police Department
7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46241
|Police Dispatch||317-487-5089||24 Hours|
|Duty Supervisor||317-306-6883||24 Hours|
|Front Desk||317-487-5084||8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET|
|Community Liaison/Events Officer||317-487-5395||8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET|
|Detective Unit||317-487-5133||8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET|
|Accreditation, Training, Recruitment||317-487-6089||8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET|
The Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) Accreditation Program is today's leading pathway by which law enforcement agencies can objectively validate their commitment to excellence and service. Accreditation requirements are based on the latest law enforcement methodologies and are recognized globally by authorities as standards of excellence in the law enforcement field.
APD has achieved its first reaccreditation (second award) by showing compliance with 189 of CALEA’s applicable standards, including participation in an on-site assessment to verify that APD meets professional standards. Out of approximately 376 airports that have regularly scheduled airline services, only 10 Airport Authority Police Departments are accredited. Indiana has 482 law enforcement agencies and only 17 are currently accredited through CALEA.CALEA Certification
The Police Officer is responsible for the enforcement of airport ordinances, local, state and federal regulations and is the primary responder to all law enforcement matters at the Indianapolis International Airport. The Police Officer is also charged with the protection of life and property of the general public within the Indianapolis Airport Authority's jurisdiction, facilities and personnel.
Learn more about applying to the Airport Police Department below.APD Careers
Citation Payment & Vehicle Releases
The APD can help with any questions or concerns regarding a citation, accident or incident report or releasing a vehicle that has been towed.Citation Payment & Vehicle Releases