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Outside Agency Assistance at Sea-Tac Airport

Our assistance is frequently requested by outside law enforcement agencies with police activities occurring at the Sea-Tac Airport. If you need assistance with escorting prisoners, VIPs or dignitaries, extradition, other police investigations, or any other situations requiring port police assistance, please call (206) 787-5401 (non-emergency number) and ask for the on-duty sergeant.

Flying Armed on Commercial Flights

If you must fly armed on official police business on a commercial flight, you are required to complete the TSA's “Flying Armed” training and comply with TSA regulations. More information is posted on the TSA's website.

Helpful Links

Local Police Agencies

City of Des Moines Police Department
City of Seattle Police Department
City of Tukwila Police Department
King County Sheriff's Office

King County Resources

King County Automated Fingerprint Identification System Program (AFIS)
King County Emergency Contact Telephone Numbers
King County Courts / Public Records /Jail

Washington State Resources

Washington State Sex Offender Locator
Washington State Courts
Washington State Department of Licensing (drivers, vehicle and business licenses)
Washington State Department of Transportation
Washington State Patrol

Federal Resources

Department of Homeland Security
Department of Justice
Drug Enforcement Administration
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
FBI Tip Line for Reporting Terrorist Activities
Preventing and Reporting Identity Theft
Transportation Security Administration

Other Law Enforcement Resources

Airport Law Enforcement Agencies Network (ALEAN)
Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound

Social Services and Help Lines

Report Child Abuse
Report Fraud

Crime Prevention

OnGuard Online (tips for preventing Internet fraud, securing computers and protecting personal information)
Safety Checklist for Apartments
Home Security Checklist
Working Safely at Home
Vacation Crime Prevention Tips

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