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CBP Directive No. 2130-021 - Roles and Responsibilities for U.S. Customs and Border Protection Component Offices and Employees Regarding Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Matters

This directive defines the roles and responsibilities of U.S. Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) personnel with regard to civil liberties allegations filed by members of the public and individuals detained for law enforcement purposes based on interactions with CBP personnel.

 

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CBP Directive No. 2130-021 - Roles and Responsibilities for CBP Component Offices and Employees R PDF 323.52 KB 02/28/2020
Last Modified: Oct 05, 2020