SINGAPORE— U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner R.
Speeches and Statements
On Wednesday, Oct. 21, at about 12 a.m. local time, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer on duty at one of the vehicle primary lanes at the Calexico West Port of Entry in California was approached by an individual on a bike.
"On October 19, at approximately 6:25 a.m. an agent was patrolling the international boundary fence near Naco, Arizona.
“At approximately 8:47 a.m., on October 17, 2015, a Customs and Border Protection officer assigned to the Otay Mesa Cargo port of entry in San Diego was involved in an off-duty shooting incident that resulted in the death of an individual in Chula
WASHINGTON— I congratulate Border Patrol Chief Mike Fisher on his retirement after 28 years of service to the country. I am personally indebted to Chief Fisher for his partnership and leadership on the many important issues confr
I am delighted to be here in Houston for the grand opening of the International Concourse here at “Houston Hobby” Airport.
The past year has brought many changes to CBP on use of force, transparency, and accountability. The steps we have taken over the past year – implementing policy changes, revamping our training, standing up a new review process, and expediting th
WASHINGTON— Justice was served yesterday in Arizona when a Tucson jury convicted two men of killing Border Patrol Agent Brian A.
I am pleased to be here today. I would like to thank the HSAC leadership for this opportunity to bring everyone up-to-date on what U.S.
Thank you, Geoff, for that warm welcome. I’d also like to thank the association’s Executive Vice President Barbara Reilly, as well as the NCBFAA Board of Directors, officers, and members.