TSA & Public Safety

Travel securely at CMH

The Transportation Security Administration and Airport Police & Public Safety teams collaborate with our airlines to get you where you want to go, safely and securely.

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)


TSA.gov offers helpful travel and packing tips that can expedite your security checkpoint experience. For passenger support screening assistance, contact TSA Cares.

Registering for TSA PreCheck can also speed up the security scanning process.

Current TSA checkpoint hours:

  • Concourse A (Southwest): 3:15 am - last scheduled airline departure
  • Concourse B (American, Air Canada, United, Spirit): 4:00 am - last scheduled airline departure
  • Concourse C (Breeze, Frontier, Delta, Alaska): 4:00 am - last scheduled airline departure

Do you have a REAL ID?

Every air traveler 18 years old and older will need a REAL ID-compliant driver's license to fly within the United States. The deadline to obtain a REAL ID has been extended to May 7, 2025. Learn more about the REAL ID

Double check before the checkpoint

Plan ahead and pack properly to help ease your travel experience. Be sure to check your carry-on bag and remove any items that are prohibited at the security checkpoint. Learn more


Airport Police and Public Safety


To ensure the traveling public’s safety while at the airport, our friendly and professionally trained Airport Police maintain a visible presence and make themselves available for anyone’s assistance. And if medical emergencies occur, they administer help until the airport’s EMTs arrive on the scene.

Cyber Security

Protect your data by browsing the web safely. Head here for best practices to follow when traveling.

Lost & Found

Leave something behind at the airport? Get reunited with your lost item.

Know Where to Go

Discover where to find the amenities that can make your airport experience more enjoyable.