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Border Security: CBP Aims to Prevent High-Risk Travelers from Boarding U.S.-Bound Flights, but Needs to Evaluate Program Performance
Rebecca Gambler (au)
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) seeks to identify and interdict international air travelers who are potential security threats to the U.S., such as foreign fighters and potential terrorists, human traffickers, and otherwise inadmissible persons, at the earliest possible point in time. In FY 2015, DHSäó»s U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processed more than 104 million U.S.-bound air travelers. CBP operates various predeparture programs domestically and overseas that are designed to identify and interdict high-risk travelers before they board U.S.-bound flights. This report addresses (1) how CBP identifies high-risk travelers before they board U.S.-bound flights; (2) the results of CBPäó»s predeparture programs and the extent to which CBP has measures to assess program performance; and (3) how CBP plans to expand its predeparture programs. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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