According to Federal regulation, employers are required to immediately notify the ACO whenever an employee’s access is no longer needed due to resignation, termination, when employment is otherwise ended or when a badge has been lost or stolen. Notification of deletion of access privileges can be initiated by Airport authority, a duly authorized agent of the employer or by the badge sponsor and must be made immediately to the ACO.
To notify the ACO during normal business hours, an Authorized Employer Representative or Badge Sponsor can log into the Badge Audits web-page using your badge number as your User ID and your badge number plus your 4 digit year of birth and the last 4 digits of your social security number (ex. 12345619559999) as your password, then click on My Active Badge List and select the hyperlink for the employee from the list, which will automatically populate most of the information on the Badge Deletion Request form. Then complete the remaining information and click Submit at the bottom of the form. If you’d like to receive copy of the email notice, enter your email address at the bottom of the form before clicking the Submit button. The completed form will be automatically emailed to the ACO.
To notify the ACO after normal business hours, employers must immediately contact the Department of Public Safety Police Supervisor at 972 973 3210 and on the next business day, the employer must complete the Badge Deletion Request form and submit it to the ACO via email by clicking on the Submit button at the bottom of the form.