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Southwest Border: Issues Related to Private Property Damage
Rebecca Gambler (au)
Persons illegally crossing the United Statesäó» southwest border and corresponding law enforcement activity may, at times, result in private property damage. The most prevalent types of damage include broken fences and gates, which can result in destroyed crops and injured livestock. Such damage that persists over extended periods of time can result in expensive repairs for landowners. This report (1) describes the types of private property damage landowners along the southwest border are experiencing and the steps taken by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to collect information on such damage; and (2) examines the extent to which CBP addresses private property damage suspected to be caused by illegal border crossers and enforcement activities. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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