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Border Patrol’s Havre Sector Headquarters Conducts Facility Testing

Release Date: 
March 9, 2016

HAVRE, Mont. — On February 16, the General Services Administration (GSA) conducted standard spot air quality testing in the Havre Sector Headquarters building. Initial test results indicated the presence of lead in a small portion of the building. GSA notified sector staff of their findings on March 1 and requested further testing.

U.S. Border Patrol's Havre Sector Headquarters in Montana

U.S. Border Patrol's Havre Sector Headquarters in Montana

The staff were temporarily relocated to the Havre Border Patrol Station as a general precaution. “This temporary relocation is part of our contingency planning and did not disrupt any operations or administrative services,” explained Deputy Chief Patrol Agent Sean L. McGoffin. Follow-up testing is being conducted and test results are pending.

Last modified: 
February 9, 2017