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Employee Badges

Information and guidelines for employee badges.

Police Badge

How to Get a Badge

In order to obtain an APS identification badge, employees will need to bring the following to the School Police office:

  • Current paycheck stub
  • Photo ID (must include full name)

Many APS employees are required to have employee badges for identification purposes and also to allow them access to secure buildings. The School Police department managed the distribution of IDs to employees.

The are various different types of IDs employees can be issued; below is a description of each kind:

Admin

Who are they given to?
Board Members, APS Leadership Team, and Executive Directors who work at City Centre only.

No exceptions will be made unless an e-mail or memo is received from Scott Elder or Steve Gallegos.

What access does it grant?
It grants 24/7 access to City Center.

General Staff

Who are they given to?
APS employees who work at City Center. Employee must work at City Center. 

What access does it grant?
Access to the City Center doors and elevators Monday – Friday, 6:00am – 6:00pm. Employee must have a current paycheck stub and a photo ID with them in order to get their ID.

District Employees (Non-City Center)

Who are they given to?
APS district employees who work at locations other than City Center. (School employees do not need to obtain IDs.)

What access does it grant?
It serves as a form of APS identification. Employees must have a current paycheck stub and a photo ID with them to get an APS ID.

Security

Who are they given to?
School Police personnel ONLY.  No exceptions will be made.

What access does it grant?
It grants 24/7 access to City Center.

Contractors

Non City Center Based

What access does it grant?
It provides non city center based contractors with identification to use when entering APS buildings. 

City Center Based

What access does it grant?
Door and elevator access allowed Monday – Friday, 6:00am – 6:00pm. Contractors must have a letter on letterhead from the department director in order to get an ID. 

US Postal

Who are they given to?
This type of badge is given to the US Postmaster.

What access does it grant?
Access to the City Center west door for mail delivery and pick-up purposes, Monday – Saturday, 6:00am – 6:00pm.

Temporary Day Access

Who are they given to?
Provided to APS employees who need temporary access to the City Center building. Employees must check out a temporary access card at the security desk where they'll be required to submit and ID that will be kept with security until the temporary access badge has been returned.

What access does it grant?
Access to the City Center doors and elevators Monday – Friday, 6:00am – 6:00pm.

Temporary Night Access

Who are they given to?
Provided to APS employees who need temporary night access to the City Center building. Employees must check out a temporary access card at the security desk where they'll be required to submit and ID that will be kept with security until the temporary access badge has been returned.

What access does it grant?
Access to the City Center doors and elevators Monday – Friday, 4:00pm – 12:00am. 

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