About the Airport Police Service
The Airport Police Service (APS) is responsible for general policing and aviation security duties at the State airports in Dublin and Cork. We are also tasked with the safety of the State airports and the protection of civil aviation from unlawful acts of interference.
Our duties also include responding to emergency situations, traffic management and dealing with the preservation of good order to ensure all users of State airports can enjoy a safe environment while working or travelling through the airports. The Airport Police are "Authorised Officers" under the Airports and Aviation Acts 1936 to 2014 and as such have full policing powers within the State airports. Traffic management within the airport is the responsibility of the Airport Police.
The methods of enforcement used for parking or traffic offences are clamping, towing and Fixed Payment Notices. Any vehicle parked in contravention of the Airport Bye-Laws may be subject to any of these methods of enforcement.
To view the Airport bye laws click here.
For general Airport Police enquiries please call: + 353 1 944 4300. In case of emergency please call +353 1 944 4666.
Airport Police Fines
If a Fixed Payment Notice has been served on a person and they wish to either pay or appeal the fine they can click here and follow the steps outlined.
Note: No payments will be accepted for Fixed Payments on-site. All transactions must be done through the website.
For more information on fines, payments and appeals, click below.
Items left behind by their owners at Dublin Airport may be turned in to the Airport Police station. Airport Police endeavour to match items that have been turned in with items reported lost by their owners.Items of lost property found within Dublin Airport shall be retained by the Airport Police for a period of two months and a day after which time the property shall be disposed of.
Please note: Dublin Airport does not deal with any property lost or left on board aircraft, or with any queries relating to checked in baggage. All such matters are the responsibility of the airline or its ground handling agent.