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Ensuring the Integrity of CBP劌製 Secure Electronic Network for Travelers Rapid Inspection Program (Redacted)
Carlton I. Mann (fr); Marcia Moxey (ed)
The Dept. of Homeland Security劌製 (DHS劌製) U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) implemented the Secure Electronic Network for Travelers Rapid Inspection Program in 1995, as a border management initiative to accelerate the inspection of pre-enrolled low-risk travelers at designated southern land border U.S. ports of entry. Participants voluntarily provide personally identifiable information to CBP, undergo background checks, and use dedicated lanes that allow CBP to maintain border integrity, security, and law enforcement responsibilities. However, some program members have abused their privileges and transported illicit goods across the border. Smugglers and drug traffickers have also targeted program participants as conduits for illegal cross-border activities. Also, some CBP officers serving at ports of entry potentially pose an insider threat. This redacted report assessed the Program to determine: (1) the adequacy of CBP劌製 internal controls to detect and deter smugglers and drug traffickers from using program participants; (2) to what extent CBP has established redress procedures for participants who believe they were wrongfully terminated from the program; and (3) to what extent CBP is using and sharing data collected from the program, as well as from the NEXUS, Global Entry, and Free and Secure Trade programs to identify illegal activities and trends associated with these programs. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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