Address and phone number for Portland Oregon TSA, a TSA Office, at Northeast Airport Way, Portland OR.
The Portland Oregon TSA, located in Portland, OR, is a branch of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a federal agency charged with monitoring travel and screening passengers at major transportation areas including airports. The TSA Office protects passengers and transportation systems while minimizing terrorist threats through its security measures. In addition, the TSA Office oversees government contracts with private screening firms in the Multnomah County area. A division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the TSA was founded in 2001 by the Aviation and Transportation Security Act.You may contact the TSA for questions about:
The TSA Office screens travelers at Multnomah County Airports to prevent prohibited items in secure areas of the airport and on airplanes. In Portland, airport security screenings include metal detectors, advanced imaging technology screenings, and pat-down screenings. Passenger screening includes screening carry-on bags, electronics like laptops, and carry-on liquids, which must be placed in a quart-sized bag in travel-sized containers of no more than 3.4 ounces. TSA also prescreens passengers before they arrive at the airport, including identifying high-risk passengers by checking their names against watch lists. The TSA also reports estimated security line wait times at the Portland Airport.TSA Security Screening
In addition to screening passengers and carry-on bags, the TSA Office oversees other forms of security screening, including scanning checked baggage for illegal or banned items. These include explosives, weapons, and other dangerous items. The TSA maintains a watch list of passengers not allowed on airplanes and works with intelligence and Multnomah County law enforcement agencies to identify potential threats.Lost or Damaged Items
During TSA baggage security screenings, items may be lost or damaged. Travelers can file a claim with the TSA Office in Portland if their property is lost or damaged. Flyers can also file a claim for injury during a TSA security screening. The TSA Office operates a lost and found for items left behind at airport checkpoints. Contact the TSA Office for more information about filing a claim or searching lost and found for a missing item.Portland TSA Precheck
TSA offers its TSA Precheck service for prescreened passengers, which lets them bypass standard passenger screening at the Portland airport for an expedited screening. In order to quality, passengers make an appointment at the Portland TSA Office for a background check, fingerprinting, an interview, and to pay a fee. Once approved, TSA Pre remains valid for five years. TSA Precheck passengers face shorter security checkpoint wait times at the airport and do not need to remove laptops from carry-on bags or remove their shoes. Flyers can apply for TSA Precheck online or contact the TSA Office for more information.Contact the Portland Oregon TSA
You may contact the Portland Oregon TSA by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Portland Oregon TSA, 7000 Northeast Airport Way, Portland, Oregon, 97218.