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The Canine Border Patrol Combat Terrorist Threats

December 18, 2008
Canine Programs from the U.S. Customs and Border
Over 1200 CBP canine teams expedite inspections along our borders. They work tirelessly to combat terrorist threats, stop the flow of illegal narcotics, detect unreported currency, firearms, concealed humans, smuggled agriculture products and explosives. Mail your questions to the Canine Enforcement Program Staff at CBP Headquarters This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

The CBP Canine Program remains a major component in the ability of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to interdict illegal narcotics, concealed humans, prohibited agriculture products, explosives and undeclared currency.

The CBP Canine Program has established and deployed world-class detector dog programs to augment existing technology while establishing cutting edge detection capabilities. Under these programs, the agency now provides a higher level of security and detection capability while emphasizing a seamless conduit between existing technology and the proven capabilities of detector dogs.

In order to join the Canine Program, an individual must first graduate from a CBP Academy and serve as a CBP Officer, CBP Agriculture Specialist or a CBP Border Patrol Agent for a minimum of three years. Applicants are recruited from internal job announcements and are competitively selected.

Canine Training Centers are located in both Front Royal, Va. and El Paso, TX.
 
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 -  Canine Enforcement Program
- 12/17/2008
The mission of the Canine Enforcement Program is to develop, execute, and oversee the allocation, training, and support of canine resources. These valuable resources combat terrorism, interdict narcotics and other contraband while helping to facilitate and process legitimate trade and travel within the core processes of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

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- Detector Dog FAQs
- 12/12/2008
How are CBP detector dogs used? What types of dogs are used for the different aspects of this job? Where are the dogs trained? And more

- CBP Detector Dog Breeding Program
Learn all about the CBP Detector Dog Breeding Program

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Some of the hard working canines in CBP. See the fuzzy faces behind the sniffers that snuff out the flow of narcotics, illegal currency, smuggled agriculture products and combat terrorist threats on a daily basis.

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