FULL LIST OF Border Patrol - page 15 RESULTS
More than 1,600 deportation cases set to be closed–
The Obama administration has recommended canceling deportation proceedings for more than 1,600 illegal immigrants in Denver and Baltimore
Border Patrol overhauls approach on migrants–
After years of enormous growth in staff and technology, Border Patrol feels it now has enough of a handle to begin imposing more serious consequences
Debate heats up over Ill. jailed immigrant policy–
Cook County has been at the center of the debate over the treatment of illegal immigrants for several months
Feds to unseal some of case in Ariz. agent killing–
Prosecutors said they object to records being unsealed that reveal the identity of any charged defendant who has not yet been arrested, but they are willing to unseal the remaining records
Small, Rural, Tribal and Border Regional Center–
In this video, Dave Smith talks with Scott Barker about the challenges of working in small, rural, tribal and border police departments and how NIJ is assisting these departments overcome budget constraints and technology issues.
Federal judge halts key parts of SC immigrant law–
Includes requirement for law officers to check the immigration status of people they pull over if officers suspect they are in the country illegally
Suspect in immigration agent killing held in US–
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent Jaime Zapata was killed, colleague Victor Avila wounded
Conn. mayor seeks to let illegal immigrants vote–
Mayor: 'We're a place of differences'
US to leave Mexican border crossing to rangers–
Federal authorities are touting a proposal to open an unmanned port of entry as a security upgrade
Are Zetas operating as police impersonators in the United States?–
Whether or not Zetas are conducting paramilitary, police-impersonation operations here in the US, the incident in Houston is a watershed event indeed
Arrests at the Mexican border continue to drop–
In the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, Border Patrol arrested 327,577 people trying to cross the southern U.S. border
Police officers find that dissent on drug laws may come with a price–
An investigation by Border Patrol headquarters determined that an officer's views were 'contrary to core characteristics'
Drug wars: This isn't your mother's cartel–
Modern cartels pose one of the biggest threats to law enforcement not just on the southern border, but nationwide
Agents uncover most sophisticated drug tunnel in years–
A cross-border tunnel was discovered to be equipped with electric rail cars, a hydraulic lift and end-to-end wood floors
Ariz. lawmakers say they will build border fence–
The fence is Arizona's latest attempt to force a debate on whether the federal government is doing enough to stop illegal immigration
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