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U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Use of Force Training and Actions to Address Use of Force Incidents (Redacted)
Charles K. Edwards (ed)
U.S. Customs and Border Protectionäó»s (CBPäó»s) policies and procedures for use of force describe the amount of force that is reasonable and necessary for a law enforcement agent or officer to use when compelling an unwilling subject to comply with lawful commands. Force would be deemed excessive if it were later determined to have been either unnecessary or unreasonably forceful. Following April 2012 media reports regarding the death of an undocumented immigrant while in the custody of CBP in May 2010, Congress requested a review of the use of force within CBP. This review examines allegations of the use of excessive force by CBP employees and determines what reforms CBP has implemented. It also examines what effect adding more agents and officers to the workforce has had on training and professionalism. Includes recommendations. Redacted. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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