The following are the steps to apply for a Permanent Security ID Card for access to restricted security areas at airports.
Step 1: Get your application form
Obtain an approved Aviation Security Standard Application Form for a Permanent Security ID Card (AvSec Form 2) from the Aviation Security Service (AvSec) Office or download a copy from this website.
Download pdf AVSEC Form 2 (165 KB)
Aviation Security Identification Permit System Unit for more information
Step 2: Get a letter from your employer
Obtain a letter from your employer stating the name of your employer (company or organisation), your current position of employment and a brief on why you are applying for Permanent Security ID Card.
Step 3: Police clearance payment
Go to the Ministry of Finance and Treasury’s (MoFT) Revenue Cashier and pay for your police clearance. Upon payment of fee, duplicates of your receipt will be given to you. Hold on to one copy for your record and use the other copy for the next step.
Step 4: Get Police clearance certificate (if required)
Take a copy of your receipt paid for in step 3 and go to the Forensics Department of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Headquarters at Rove. Present your receipt after which an officer from the Forensic Department will assess you for any prior criminal record. If you have no prior record, you will be issued with a police clearance certificate.
Step 5: Submit your application:
Submit your completed application form to the Manager of Aviation Security Services (AvSec) Division through the Division’s Identification Permit System Unit. Your police clearance certificate, passport and residency permit (for expatriate workers) should also be presented during this step. You will be given details on how to follow up on your application after the submission of your application.