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CBP Releases FY15 Enforcement And Traffic Statistics For Buffalo

Release Date: 
February 9, 2016
Rainbow Bridge Port Of Entry, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

Rainbow Bridge Port Of Entry, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

BUFFALO, N.Y. – The Department of Homeland Security has released its national fiscal year 2015 statistics. Included in this report is the CBP Border Security Report for Fiscal Year 2015.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection employees from the Buffalo Field Office, Office of Field Operations, had a successful fiscal year in 2015, which began October 1, 2014, and ended September 30, 2015. The Buffalo Field Office made over 380 narcotic seizures, over 400 arrests and seized more than $450,000 in unreported currency.

“Our CBP team worked vigilantly throughout the year to protect our borders,” said Rose Hilmey, acting director of the Buffalo Field Office. “Their dedication and commitment to the mission are clearly demonstrated by our enforcement statistics.”

Buffalo Field Office – Office of Field Operations Enforcement and Traffic Statistics Summary

Fiscal year 2015 (October 1, 2014, through September 30, 2015)

Enforcement Statistics

 

Traffic Statistics

Narcotic Seizures

387

 

Port of Entry

Personal Vehicles

Personal Vehicle Passengers

Trucks

Arrests

412

 

Currency Seizures

23 Totaling: $450,307

 

Buffalo

5,034,588

10,802,094

943,160

Merchandise Seizures

486 Totaling: $1,201,772

 

Champlain

1,060,984

2,371,190

299,455

Alien Refusals

34,648

 

Trout River

165,411

300,998

15,291

Agriculture Pest Interceptions

2,366

 

Alex Bay

616,769

1,337,378

200,284

Total Inspections

17,915,799

 

Cape Vincent

7,451

15,317

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Massena

856,553

1,515,941

22,242

     

Ogdensburg

320,592

604,366

37,820

     

Totals

8,062,348

16,947,284

1,518,252

Last modified: 
February 9, 2017