Airport Police

LAX Airport Police office location and contact details can be found here:

  • Airport Police Front Desk/General Police Information/Questions – 424-646-6100
  • Airport Police Dispatch Emergency Calls (424) 646-7911
  • Airport Police Dispatch Non-Emergency Calls (310) 646-4268
  • Hours of Operation vary according to terminal
  • Airport Police (Police Related) Media Inquiries (424) 646-5591
  • Airport Police Recruitment Information 424-646-5584

For additional information, you can also visit the LAX Airport Police website.

Lost and Found

Use this form for any item that was lost or found at Los Angeles International Airport. Airport Police Lost / Found retains items for a maximum of 90 days from the item booking date. For lost passports ONLY, contact US Customs at (310) 665-4560.

Medical and First Aid

Emergencies

424-646-7911

First Aid Station
Tom Bradley International Terminal (Terminal B)
Upper/Departures Level
Monday – Thursday
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

If the First Aid Station is not staffed, please use the two phones outside of the station for medical assistance.

Automated External Defibrillators

Defibrillators are available to assist guests who suffer from sudden cardiac arrest. These units are strategically located at security posts in the terminals beyond passenger screening stations and on bicycle patrol units. Airport Police officers have been fully trained in the use of this life-saving device so they can respond in an emergency.

In situations of a more serious nature, paramedic ambulance assistance can be summoned within minutes by contacting any airline employee or LAX Airport Police at (310) 646-7911.

Financial Services

Bank of America operates ATMs located in both departures and arrival levels in all terminals at LAX

All About Animals

As traveling can create stress and anxieties at airports, the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Pets Unstressing Passengers (PUP) program is an opportunity to provide an overall enhanced customer experience, providing stress relief and comfort to passengers through interaction with pets. The PUPs are the volunteers “own” dogs, and both donate their time to LAX. They are registered with Therapy Dogs Inc. We welcome you to visit, hug, kiss and take pictures with the PUPs when traveling through LAX. For information on the program please contact Heidi Huebner at 424-646-8471 or email hhuebner@lawa.org 

LAX Art Program

The mission of the Art Program is to present diverse and memorable art experiences to enhance and humanize the travel experience at LAX and the LAX FlyAway bus terminal in Van Nuys. Featuring local and regional artists trhough temporary exhibitions, permanent art installations, and cultural performances, the Art Program provides access to an array of contemporary artworks that reflect and celebrate the region’s creative caliber.