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A CBP officer watches a monitor as he operates a mobile truck x-ray over a seaport container.
A CBP officer inspects a battery included in a child's toy vehicle.
Cargo containers arrive at U.S. seaport and await CBP processing.
A CBP Officer inspects a Truck at a Port for Radioactive Material.
A CBP officer prioritizes arriving cargo.
Childrens products that are counterfiet are seized as Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) violations
The Port of Los Angeles/Long Beach is the largest and busiest port in the U.S., handling about 45 percent of all containers incoming into Customs and Border Protection.
Seaport containers are removed from a ship for further inspection.
A CBP Officer directs a truck with a seaport container to an inspection area at a port.
Cargo is removed from an incoming ship newly arrived at the Port of Los Angeles/Long Beach. This is the largest and busiest port in the U.S., handling about 45 percent of all containers incoming into Customs and Border Protection.