Alfonso Robles, New CBP Director of Field Operations for Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands

Alfonso Robles Returns to the Helm of CBP’s San Juan Field Operations

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced on Thursday the designation of Alfonso Robles as Director of Field Operations for Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. “I am very grateful for...

DOJ Threatens ‘Sanctuary’ Cities with Subpoenas (Learn More, Multi-Video)

The Department of Justice (DOJ) today sent the attached letters to 23 jurisdictions, demanding the production of documents that could show whether each jurisdiction is unlawfully restricting information sharing by its...
Multimodal Biometric Technology Deployed in the Emirates Airline Terminals, Streamlining Security in the World’s Busiest International Passenger Airport, Without Compromising Protection

Princeton Identity Access500e Iris Readers Installed at Dubai Airport

Princeton Identity has announced the deployment of its Access500e™  identity management kiosk module within the Dubai International Airport (DXB). The Princeton Identity solution identifies DXB travelers within one to two seconds, reducing time...
TSA Administrator Pekoske (Image courtesy of the TSA)

Pekoske: TSA Advances Security & Innovation In 2017 (Multi-Video)

By the TSA At TSA, 2017 was marked not only by record traveling numbers – 771.5 million (771,556,886) passengers traveled securely through 440 federalized airports – but also by significant security enhancements...
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CBP Short-Staffed, Sending Officers to Mexican Border (Multi-Video)

By Nick Miroff, The Washington Post While lawmakers this week argued over the merits of President Trump’s $18 billion border wall and a potential government shutdown, the federal officers tasked with stopping drugs and...

Terror Concerns Prompt New TSA Cargo Restrictions (Multi-Video)

By Rene Marsh and Veronica Stracqualursi, CNN The Transportation Security Administration, citing terror concerns, is implementing a stricter screening program for air cargo arriving to the United States from five countries in...
US prosecutors have charged Fredy Renan Najera Montoya with using his position to help large-scale drug traffickers move cocaine from Columbia to Honduras, and then into the United States

DEA Unravels Drug Trafficking & Corruption by Honduran Congressman

A member of the Honduran National Congress faces U.S. charges for drug trafficking, weapons and conspiracy thanks to a DEA-led international drug investigation, federal law enforcement officials announced Friday. Honduran Congressman Fredy...

98% of United States in Compliance Ahead of REAL ID Act Deadline

As of January 22, 2018, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will begin to enforce compliance with the Real ID Act to better protect the American people. Fifty-five out of fifty-six states...
Departments of Homeland Security and Justice Release Data for the First Time on Terrorism-Related Activity. (Image courtesy of YouTube)

3 Out of 4 Convicted of Terror, Foreign Born DHS/DOJ Reports (Learn More)

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) has released a report revealing that three out of every four, or 402, individuals convicted of international terrorism-related charges...
The man who threatened to kill fellow passengers on a Greyhound bus which led to a police chase of the vehicle that started in Wisconsin and ended in northern IL has been identified as Margarito Vargas-Rosas, 33, of IL who was in the country illegally and has been previously deported five times. (Image courtesy of YouTube)

Bus Chased by Police after Immigrant Threatens Passengers (Multi-Video)

By Nicole Darrah, Fox News An illegal immigrant on a Greyhound bus who allegedly threatened to shoot and kill passengers on Friday — leading police on a chase from Wisconsin to Illinois...