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Conditions at CBPäó»s Forward Operating Bases along the Southwest Border
John Roth (ed)
To sustain border security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has established permanent facilities in forward or remote locations, called Forward Operating Bases. This redacted report determined whether Forward Operating Bases provide adequate living conditions, security, and safety for employees. Of the seven Bases inspected along the southwest border, six have adequate living conditions. One has security issues, safety and health concerns, and inadequate living conditions. At the other six Forward Operating Bases, security issues were identified, such as inoperable security cameras, as well as an ongoing challenge to provide safe drinking water. In addition, CBP is not performing all required Forward Operating Base inspections or adequately documenting maintenance and repairs. Includes recommendations. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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