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Airport Security Force

1 – Introduction / Background

In the late 60s, of the preceding century civil aviation industry endured worldwide shocks of violence and sustained criminal attacks at the hands of terrorists. Initially the overall response to onslaught of developing crime was varying from the state to state. However, by 1970 the world community recognized the problems of unlawful interference with civil aviation and developed strategy of response through various conventions. Pakistan being signatory to all these conventions was under obligation to create a Force to provide security to civil aviation in Pakistan. Hence the Airports Security Force (ASF) was raised in 1976 under the folds of the Ministry of Defence and was assigned security responsibility of all airports in Pakistan.

2 – Objectives

a-

Build confidence amongst passengers travelling by air.
b- Counter potential offenders i.e. terrorist/hijackers.
c- Provide security to civil aviation installation.
3 – Functions

In accordance with the provision of the ASF Act 1975, the Force is responsible for :-

a- Ensuring security of all airports, aerodromes and civil aviation installations within the limits of airports and aerodromes and for safeguarding Civil Aviation against acts of unlawful interference or threats of interference.
b- Ensuring security of all structures, equipment, material and installations belonging to operators and other Government or non Government organizations within the limits of airports and aerodromes.
c- Ensuring security of aircrafts, passengers, baggage cargo and mail within the limits of airports and aerodromes.
d- General maintenance of law and order within the limits of airports in conjunction with the Police and taking cognizance of all offences committed at the airports and aerodromes under any law for the time being in force.
4 – Powers