Pursuant to the provisions of regulation 54(1) of the Civil Aviation (Security) Regulations, 2015, every operator is required, where an act of unlawful interference occurs, to immediately notify the Authority (KCAA).
There's a requirement for mandatory reporting of security incidents under regulation 55 by every aircraft operator, pilot in command, airport operator or air navigation service provider. Such reports shall be submitted to the Authority as follows —
- A preliminary written report, within fifteen days after the occurrence of an act of unlawful interference, including sabotage, threats, hijacks, incidents and disruptive passengers; and
- A final written report, upon completion of investigations, but within thirty days after the occurrence of an act of unlawful interference, including sabotage, threats, hijacks, incidents and disruptive passengers.
Aviation security-related incidents may also be reported anonymously by individuals including airport staff and members of the public to firstname.lastname@example.org.