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U.S. Border Patrol

The U.S. Border Patrol is the mobile, uniformed arm of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) branch of the Department of Homeland Security.  The top priority of the Border patrol is to keep terrorists and weapons from entering the United States.

The Border Patrol also helps to prevent smuggled goods and illegal drugs from crossing our borders.  It identifies and arrests persons with outstanding arrest warrants and works to prevent aliens from entering the country illegally.

The Border Patrol patrols 6,000 miles of Mexican and Canadian land borders and 2,000 miles of coastal waters of Florida and Puerto Rico.  Most of the work of the Border Patrol occurs in isolated communities and remote areas along our borders.

In recent years the Border Patrol has come under fire for not being able to stop the flow of illegal aliens from crossing the Mexican border into the United States.  The federal government is struggling with this issue and has been unable to provide an effective solution through what appears to many to be an unwillingness to close our borders to undocumented aliens.

 

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Border Patrol Agents Seize 22K Of Meth KESQ
KESQ Border Patrol agents seize 22K of meth KESQ SALTON CITY, Calif. A 24 year old man was arrested Wednesday morning for allegedly smuggling methamphetamine near the Highway 86 checkpoint. It happened at 12:40 a.m., when agents stopped the man driving a 2003 Ford Windstar approximately six miles

CBP Has To Hire 5,000 New Border Patrol Agents. Itaposs Paying A Private Th...
The San Diego Union Tribune CBP has to hire 5,000 new Border Patrol agents. It39s paying a private The San Diego Union Tribune With a mandate from President Donald Trump to hire 5000 new Border Patrol agents, Customs and Border Protection awarded a 297 million contract to a private company to help recruit and hire the new agents and other workers. Records: Border Patrol agents catch San Juan man with 692 pounds KGBT TV Drone causes power outage near Border Patrol checkpointKGNS.tv 19 year old Tucson man flees border patrol with Mexican Nationals hidden in trunk of carKVOA Tucson News AZFamily Arizona Daily Star all 30 news articles raquo

Border Patrol Agents Help Find Fouryearold Girl KGNS.tv
KGNS.tv Border Patrol agents help find four year old girl KGNS.tv LAREDO, Texas KGNS Agents with the Laredo Sector Border Patrol help find a lost four year old girl in North Laredo. Officials say the incident happened on December 12th, when the girl39s grandparents reported that the child had gone missing. The

ACLU: Border Patrol Checkpoints On I93 Violated N.H. Constitution New Hamps...
New Hampshire Public Radio ACLU: Border Patrol Checkpoints On I 93 Violated N.H. Constitution New Hampshire Public Radio The ACLU of New Hampshire says the U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints on Interstate 93 this summer staged far inland from the Canadian border violated the state39s Constitution. During multi day checkpoints in August, and then again in September, Border and more raquo

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