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Border Patrol use of force report

Border Patrol use of force report

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Published by TucsonSentinel
A Homeland Security reporting on the use of force by Border Patrol agents found many lacked training in policies, and that incidents are not being adequately tracked.
A Homeland Security reporting on the use of force by Border Patrol agents found many lacked training in policies, and that incidents are not being adequately tracked.

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Published by: TucsonSentinel on Sep 17, 2013
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Department of Homeland Security
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CBP Use of Force Training and Actions To Address Use of Force Incidents (Redacted)
OIG-13-114 (Revised)September 2013
 
 
OFFICE OF IN
S
PECTOR GENERAL
Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528/www.oig.dhs.gov 
September 12, 2013MEMORANDUM FOR: Thomas S. WinkowskiDeputy CommissionerPerforming the duties of the Commissioner of CBPU.S. Customs and Border ProtectionFROM: Charles K. EdwardsDeputy Inspector GeneralSUBJECT:
CBP Use of Force Training and Actions To Address Use of ForceIncidents
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Redacted (Revised)
Attached for your action is our revised final report,
CBP Use of Force Training and Actions To Address Use of Force Incidents
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Redacted (Revised), OIG-13-114.
We incorporated theformal comments from U.S. Customs and Border Protection in the final report. This revisedversion is redacted due to deliberative material.The report contains three recommendations aimed at improving the U.S. Customs andBorder Protection Office of Training and Development and the Office of Internal Affairs.Your office concurred with all of the recommendations. Based on information provided inyour response to the draft report, we consider the three recommendations resolved. Onceyour office has fully implemented each recommendation, please submit a formal closeoutletter to us within 30 days so that we may close the recommendation. The memorandumshould be accompanied by evidence of completion of agreed-upon corrective actions.Please email a signed PDF copy of all responses and closeout requests toOIGInspectionsFollowup@oig.dhs.gov. Consistent with our responsibility under the
Inspector General Act 
, we are providing copiesof our report to appropriate congressional committees with oversight and appropriationresponsibility over the Department of Homeland Security. We will post a redacted versionof the report on our website.Please call me with any questions, or your staff may contact Deborah Outten-Mills, ActingAssistant Inspector General for Inspections, at (202) 254-4015.Attachment
 
 
OFFICE OF IN
S
PECTOR GENERAL
Department of Homeland Security
Table of Contents
Executive Summary ............................................................................................................ 1 Background ........................................................................................................................ 2 Results of Review ............................................................................................................... 5 Excessive Use of Force Allegations and Investigations Were Not Identified inCase Management Systems ................................................................................... 5Recommendation ................................................................................................... 8Workforce Surge Did Not Affect Use of Force Training ......................................... 8 CBP Has Acted to Address Use of Force Incidents; More Can Be Done .............. 11 Recommendations ..........................................................................................15, 18 Polygraphs Improve Quality of Workforce .......................................................... 21 Management Comments and OIG Analysis ......................................................... 21 
Appendixes
Appendix A: Objectives, Scope, and Methodology ............................................ 24 Appendix B: Management Comments to the Draft Report ............................... 25 Appendix C: Major Contributors to This Report ............................................... 28 Appendix D: Report Distribution ........................................................................ 29
Abbreviations
CBP U.S. Customs and Border ProtectionDHS Department of Homeland SecurityEDS Enterprise Data SystemFY fiscal yearICE U.S. Immigration and Customs EnforcementJICMS Joint Intake Case Management SystemOAM Office of Air and MarineOBP Office of Border PatrolOFO Office of Field OperationsOIA Office of Internal Affairs
www.oig.dhs.govOIG-13-114

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