The release of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Discipline Overview for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 supports CBP’s goal to improve transparency by informing the public about the Agency’s management of misconduct allegations. As the largest law enforcement agency in the Nation, CBP focuses on strategically recruiting, training, and retaining a wide range of personnel to meet the demands of its increasingly complex global mission. Regardless of rank, position, or duty station, every employee is accountable for upholding the highest standards of professional conduct, to personify CBP’s core values of Vigilance, Service to Country, and Integrity.
Previous Year Discipline Reports:
- CBP Discipline Overview Fiscal Year 2018
- CBP Discipline Overview Fiscal Years 2016-2017
- CBP Discipline Overview Fiscal Year 2015
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