Citations with the tag: UNITED States. Immigration Border Patrol
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- Good neighbors.
Nicley, Michael C. // FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; Sep95, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p8
Features the US Border Patrol's Community Resource Development Program. Background on the Border Patrol's mandate; Features of the program; Participants' roles in the program.
- Border Patrol to double agents.
Nicley, Michael C. // Wenatchee Business Journal; May97, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p9
Focuses on the plans of the US Border Patrol to double the number of its field agents in Wenatchee, Washington.
- Violence up as border bristles with guns.
Baldauf, Scott // Christian Science Monitor; 6/19/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 145, p3
Reports on the increased efforts of the United State Border Patrol to apprehend individuals attempting to cross the border from Mexico to the US.
- Every agent's a drug agent.
Gibney Jr., F. // Newsweek; 5/1/1989, Vol. 113 Issue 18, p27
Talks about the US Border Patrol, whose traditional job is to enforce immigration law, but is now involved in police work to interdict drugs or investigate the groups that smuggle them. Other agencies now involved; Changes in work and roles.
- Settlement sends signal on violence by border patrol.
Davidson, Miriam // Christian Science Monitor; 6/6/95, Vol. 87 Issue 133, p3
Reports on the settlement reached between Mexican Dario Miranda's family and the Border Patrol Agent Michael Elmer and the US government. Incident of Miranda being killed at the border.
- After being overrun, Douglas takes back its community.
Baldauf, Scott // Christian Science Monitor; 2/17/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 60, p3
Reports increasing efforts of the United States Border Patrol to slow the entry of illegal Mexican immigrants into Douglas, Arizona.
- The Accident Waiting to Happen.
Paige, Sean // Insight on the News; 02/01/99, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p44
Reports that the United States Border Patrol has its hands full along the US-Mexico frontier for possible illegal aliens, illicit narcotics and potential agricultural pests. Warning sent by the Department of Transportation's inspector general about the number of Mexican trucks which are being...
- Operation Blockade.
Thomas, Irene Middleman // Hispanic; Jan/Feb1994, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p12
Reports on the United States (US) Border Patrol's Operation Hold the Line, a strategy to control the twenty-mile stretch of the Rio Grande between Mexico and the US. Launched as Operation Blockade in September 1993; Success of the strategy; Initial loss of commerce from Mexicans; Communities'...
Thomas, Irene Middleman // Patrolling Chaos: The U.S. Border Patrol in Deep South Texas; 2004, p353
A subject index for the book "Patrolling Chaos: The U.S. Border Patrol in Deep South Texas," by Robert Lee Maril is presented.
- U.S. border patrol to test T800 for army.
Thomas, Irene Middleman // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 4/17/1995, Vol. 142 Issue 16, p22
Reports on the decision of the US Army to use converted UH-1Hs for the Rah-66 Comanche attack helicopter. Benefits by its use by the Immigration and Naturalization Service Border Patrol.
- Crossing the border.
Wooster, Martin Morse // American Enterprise; May/Jun95, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p97
Summarizes the article `Does the Threat of Border Apprehension Deter Undocumented U.S. Immigration?' by Thomas J. Espenshade in the December 1994 issue of `Population and Development Review'. Effectiveness of increased Border Patrol manpower in deterring illegal immigrants; Lack of resources to...
- Border Patrol's Union Officials Say Agency Has Ignored Bounty Threat.
Wooster, Martin Morse // Human Events; 06/30/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 24, p8
Reports on the allegation by the National Border Patrol Council, the union that represents rank-and-file United States (U.S.) Border Patrol agents, that the agency is unconcerned on their safety. Inaction of the U.S. Boarder Patrol administration to the threat made by Mexican drug traffickers...
- Border Patrol may set up shop in Nogales warehouse.
Markley, Jennifer // Inside Tucson Business; 3/11/96, Vol. 5 Issue 50, p10
Reports on Family Bargain Corp.'s negotiations with the United States Border Patrol to lease part of its 225,000-square-foot warehouse in Nogales, Arizona. Comments of president and chief executive officer William W. Mowbray; Terms of the proposal.
- La Migra Goes North.
Markley, Jennifer // Progressive; Feb2003, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p21
Presents a photograph of the rotating and unannounced checkpoint set up by the U.S. Border Patrol in Michigan to search for undocumented immigrants.
- Borderless Economy, Barricaded Border.
Andreas, Peter // NACLA Report on the Americas; Nov/Dec99, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p14
Discusses the immigration control measures of the United States (US) on the US-Mexican border. Recommendation of US President Bill Clinton in reducing the number of Border Patrol agents; Focus of the Administration's immigration control policy; Details on the Illegal Immigration Reform and...
- Border chief denies agents turning blind eye to Ariz, illegal immigrants.
Yager, Jordy // Hill; 4/6/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 46, p4
The article reports on an allegation by Arizona Sheriff Larry Dever against U.S. Border Patrol Chief Michael Fisher for not apprehending illegal immigrants crossing the border.
- Upgraded, but interim, I-19 checkpoint opens.
Yager, Jordy // Inside Tucson Business; 4/12/2010, Vol. 19 Issue 46, p4
The article reports on the opening of the upgraded but interim, immigration and drug-smuggling checkpoint operated by the U.S. Border Patrol on northbound Interstate 19 just north of Tubac, Arizona.
- Patrol boat protects U.S. borders.
Yager, Jordy // Government Product News; Nov94, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p13
Reports on US Border Patrol's acquisition of welded aluminum Dauntless vessel from SeaArk Marine Inc. Use of Cummins Diesel engines and Hamilton water jets; Suitability in swallow waters; Electronic equipment.
- Desert Tracts: Statecraft in Remote Places.
Doty, Roxanne Lynn // Alternatives: Global, Local, Political; Oct/Dec2001, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p523
Focuses on the project of statecraft in remote places by the Border Patrol in the United States. Public opinion on the statecraft project; Tragedies of statecraft; Consequences of statecraft project.
- Mexican Army Enters U.S. And Fires on Border Patrol.
D'Agostino, Joseph A. // Human Events; 04/07/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 13, p1
Reports that the Mexican Army troops entered United States (US) territory in New Mexico and fired their weapons as they pursued US Border Patrol agents. Attempt by Mexican troops to collect bounty that the Juarez drug cartel has put on the heads of the Border Patrol agents; Details on the...
- President Clinton asked Congress.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor; 5/5/95, Vol. 87 Issue 112, p2
Reports the request made by President Bill Clinton to the Congress to hire more Border Patrol agents and speed up the deportation of illegal aliens.
- Illegal Immigration: Border-Crossing Deaths Have Doubled Since 1995; Border Patrol's Efforts to Prevent Deaths Have Not Been Fully Evaluated.: GAO-06-770.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // GAO Reports; 9/14/2006, p1
Reports in recent years have indicated that increasing numbers of migrants attempting to enter the United States illegally die while crossing the southwest border. The Border Patrol implemented the Border Safety Initiative (BSI) in 1998 with the intention of reducing injuries and preventing...
- SOLDIERS on the BORDER.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Soldiers; Jan2007, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p28
The article describes the involvement of the U.S. Army in border-security operations in 2006. Operation Jump Start was established to help the Border Patrol enhance its efforts against drug and weapon smuggling and illegal immigration. The Army Reserve continued its participation in existing...
- Texas shootings show perils of Border Patrol.
Baldauf, Scott // Christian Science Monitor; 7/9/98, Vol. 90 Issue 157, p3
Discusses the increasingly violent challenges facing the United States Border Patrol in the late 1990s. Number of Border Patrol agents who have been killed in the agency's 74-year history; Why many feel the growing drug trade is responsible for the increasing violence; Calls for military...
- Who should protect America's borders.
Bryce, Robert // Christian Science Monitor; 7/17/97, Vol. 89 Issue 162, p4
Reports on the patrolling of the border between Texas and Mexico. The Border Patrol, which is charged with stopping the illegal entry of both aliens and narcotics; Legislation in the US Congress which could authorize up to 10,000 soldiers to patrol the border; Staffing problems at the Border...
- BUSINESS News in BRIEF.
Bryce, Robert // Inside Tucson Business; 7/16/2001, Vol. 11 Issue 17, p2
Reports on developments concerning the business sector in Tucson, Arizona as of July 16, 2001. Vote taken by the governing board of the Tucson Unified School District to increase its desegregation budget; Decline in the number of visitors to national parks and monuments in Arizona between 1993...
- Border Patrol surpasses goal for hiring agents this year.
Lamb, Jim // Inside Tucson Business; 12/29/2008, Vol. 18 Issue 30, p2
The article announces the high number of agents hired to help illegal immigration and border crimes in the U.S. in 2008. The Immigration Border Patrol revealed having hired 18,000 agents that remarkably exceed the expected number. Increasing the number of agents is the most efficient approach in...
- Militarizing the border patrol.
NAGENGAST, CAROL // NACLA Report on the Americas; Nov/Dec98, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p37
Reports that federal authorities in the United States have increasingly turned toward a military strategy to control the influx of dangerous people into the country. Information on the killings in the US-Mexican border; Expansion of the Border Patrol's mission; Details on drug trafficking...
- Border Patrol.
NAGENGAST, CAROL // Wild West; Feb2007, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p11
The article focuses on U.S. Border Patrol. Such body has been protecting the 2,000-mile U.S. to Mexico border from illegal immigration and drug trafficking and its says that more than 6,000 National Guard troops were employed to assist the Border Patrol agents. Prior to agents, watchmen of the...
- MILITARY COLLABORATION WITH THE BORDER PATROL IN THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER REGION: INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IMPLICATIONS.
Dunn, Timothy // Journal of Political & Military Sociology; Winter99, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p257
This article focuses on the inter-organizational collaboration between the U.S. Border Patrol and the U.S. armed forces. The conceptual focus draws on complex organization theory. The realm of inter-organizational relations coincides with what "new institutionalism" scholars term an...
- Border Patrol agents routinely abuse people.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor; 4/13/95, Vol. 87 Issue 96, p2
Reports of the Human Rights Watch-Americas allegation of abuse of people emigrating from Mexico to US, by US Border Patrol agents.
- The Tijuana Two-Step: The Border Patrol's Teargassing of Colonia Libertad and Extraterritorial Criminalization of Mexican Citizens.
Castro, Robert F. // Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy; 2007/2008, Vol. 20, p53
The article focuses on the issues confronting "The Tijuana Two-Step," a reference to the U.S. Border Patrol's teargassing of poor communities like Colonia Libertad in Tijuana, Mexico. It is believed that the attacks have been criminalizinf the innocent residents of the neighborhoods and forcing...
- Historic border canyon near San Diego is filled in.
Castro, Robert F. // Native American Times; 1/16/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p4
The article reports that Smuggler's Gulch, a historic canyon near San Diego, California, is slated to be removed from the map as the filled in project of the federal government is completed by May 2009. Environmentalists including Jim Peugh, conservation chairman of the San Diego Audubon Society...
- It's not easy being green in San Antonio.
Baldauf, Scott // Christian Science Monitor; 11/3/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 241, p1
Reports that a radio station in San Antonio, Texas informs listeners as to the location of United States Border Patrol agents. Information on the attempts by the U.S. Border Patrol to curb illegal immigration from Mexico to the U.S.; How the radio station, KROM-FM, began the program; Reactions...
- Phoenix School Officials Charge U.S. Border Agents Harass Students.
Baldauf, Scott // Education Week; 5/6/1992, Vol. 11 Issue 33, p2
The article reports the accusation by officials of the Phoenix Union High School District in Phoenix, Arizona that locally based Border Patrol agents have harassed students in an effort to search for illegal aliens.
- Border Guard Bounty at $200,000.
Elvin, John // Insight on the News; 04/24/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 15, p35
Reports that the United States (US) Border Patrol union is protesting an incident involving a border crossing by Mexican soldiers into New Mexico. Details on the shooting incident by Mexican soldiers; Reaction by the US government to the incident; Comments by Joseph Dassaro, vice president of...
- 'Twilight' town death sparks Border Patrol debate.
VALDES, MANUEL // Native American Times; 6/24/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 25, p2
The article reports on the death of illegal forest worker Benjamin Roldan Salinas, who dove into the Sol Duc River to escape a pursuing U.S. Border Patrol Agent, which heightened tensions in what has become a continuing engagement between the Border Patrol and the immigrant population of Forks,...
- Pile driving drug busters.
Kibler, Dodie // Army Reserve Magazine; Summer94, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p18
Looks at a joint venture involving the United States Reserve Services and the Border Patrol to control drug trafficking at Border Field State Park near San Diego, California. Army units involved in the operation; Devices used in the operation; Detailed information on the success of the operation.
- Work Begins on New Border Patrol Station.
Kibler, Dodie // San Diego Business Journal; 10/31/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 44, p35
The article reports on the ground breaking ceremony of the design-team of Straub Construction in Fallbrook, California and RJC Architects of San Diego, along with representatives from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Border Patrol in Boulevard Border Patrol Station site on September 15, 2011.
- Border Patrol loves biometrics.
Kibler, Dodie // Automatic I.D. News; Nov95, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p24
Reports on the United States Border Patrol's use of fingerprint identification equipment to process illegal aliens apprehended trying to cross the border into the country. Equipment features; System implementation.
- No Mood for Compromise.
Kibler, Dodie // U.S. News & World Report; 5/22/2006, Vol. 140 Issue 19, p14
The article reports that the vigilante border patrol Minutemen are having disputes with the United States government. The group has accused the U.S. Border Patrol of informing Mexican officials of their locations. A group has raised $220,000 to construct a fence at the smuggling corridor of...
- Sending the Bad Guys Back Home.
Schwartz, Emma // U.S. News & World Report; 10/1/2007, Vol. 143 Issue 11, p32
The article discusses the infrequency with which foreign nationals in U.S. prisons are deported. Fewer than 13% were deported in 2006. Authorities claim insufficient resources prevent them from keeping track of imprisoned illegals. Several measures in the U.S. House and Senate would make more...
- Security effort by DPS, Border Patrol to target commercial truckers.
Sterling, Ed // Breckenridge American; 6/28/2008, p7A
This section offers news briefs on Texas. The state's Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the U.S. Border Patrol has launched the joint operation called Texas Hold 'Em to catch and prosecute commercial trucks involve in smuggling across Texas-Mexico border. Texas Public Safety Commission...
- A borderline cop shop?
Ragavan, Chitra; Pasternak, Douglas // U.S. News & World Report; 07/19/99, Vol. 127 Issue 3, p21
Reports the recent criticism of the Border Patrol of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Failure of the patrol to retain suspected murderer Rafael Resendez-Ramirez; Murders Resendez-Ramirez committed after being let go; Responsibilities of the patrol; Work of INS...
- Border Strategy: Desert Chats in Spanish.
Carpenter, Amanda // Human Events; 6/19/2006, Vol. 62 Issue 21, p1
The article focuses on the 19-week residential training program of the U.S. Border Patrol. The curriculum of the training program includes immigration law, physical training and firearms instruction that takes place at a single facility in New Mexico. The Border Patrol aims to train 6,000 new...
- Who Will Guard the National Guard?
Simcox, Chris // Human Events; 6/19/2006, Vol. 62 Issue 21, p15
The article focuses on the decision of U.S. President George W. Bush to deploy National Guard soldiers along the Southern border with Mexico. The total number of National Guard soldiers deployed in the border is estimated at 6,000. The National Guard will support the Border Patrol agents....
- Bush Must Pardon Jailed Border Agents.
Hunter, Duncan // Human Events; 2/26/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p1
The article contends that the U.S. government must pardon U.S. Border Patrol agents Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos for wounding a drug smuggler on the U.S.-Mexico border. The author said that this case is a severe injustice which must be acted upon immediately. The testimony that ultimately led...
- DEA Sees, Hears, Speaks No Evil.
D'Agostino, Joseph A. // Human Events; 06/30/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 24, p1
Reveals the failure of the United States (U.S.) Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to locate records about the allegation that Mexican drug lords have placed bounty on the heads of U.S. law enforcement officers. Threat to the life of U.S. Border Patrol agents; Information on the reports of...
- 'It's Our Job to Stop That Dream'.
Politzer, Malia // Reason; Apr2007, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p40
The article focuses on the U.S. Border Patrol. According to commissioner T. J. Bonner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, attacks on Border Patrol agents have doubled between 2004 and 2005 from 374 to 778. It says that there are more than 2,500 agents in Tucson sector in Arizona who are...
Hamann, Carlos // New Republic; 4/15/96, Vol. 214 Issue 16, p14
Focuses on former U.S. Border Patrol Chief Silvestre Reyes, who wants to represent El Paso, Texas in the U.S. Congress in the 1996 elections. Origin of the residents of El Paso; Efforts of Reyes to stop the onslaught of migrants into the city; Characteristics of Mexican Americans; Factors that...