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U.S. Customs and Border Protection to Use TRU4orce DVR

Tru4orce, a wholly owned subsidiary of Trivinci Systems LLC, has been awarded a contract to supply U.S. Customs and Border Protection with marine-grade multi-camera DVR systems to be installed on vessels used in the War on Drugs.

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CBP Announces Current Totals for Drug Seizures for Fiscal Year 2019

Ten months into Fiscal Year 2019 (October 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019), officials with the Customs and Border Patrol working at the nation’s more than 300 ports of entry have seized more than 91,900 pounds of cocaine, 2,292 pounds of fentanyl, 65,400 pounds of methamphetamine and 4,500 pounds of heroin.

FBI Arrests Florida Truck Driver for Making Threats of Mass Killing

Federal authorities say they have arrested a Florida truck driver in Indianapolis just days before he planned to "shoot up" a church in Memphis, Tennessee.

Shots Fired at Texas ICE Offices, Officials Blame Political Rhetoric

Christopher Combs, special agent in charge of the San Antonio FBI, said in a press conference later Tuesday that “an unknown number of individuals in an unknown number of vehicles” fired shots at the building and came close to hitting federal employees in the building.

MO Congressman Proposes Bill Requiring Federal Officers to Only Use Force as "Last Resort"

The measure also would require state and local governments to pass similar standards for their police agencies or face a cutoff of federal law enforcement aid.

Border Patrol Agent was Guardian Angel for El Paso Mass Shooting Victim

CBP officer Donna Sifford helped tend to Grant’s wounds and got him to safety and medical care. “She was there for me. She never left my side,” he said.

Grandma Thwarted Mass Shooting in Texas

A planned mass shooting at a Lubbock, TX, hotel was averted when a gunman's grandmother convinced him he needed to go to a hospital, according to federal authorities.

FBI Launches Domestic Terrorism Investigation of Gilroy Shooting

Federal authorities have launched a domestic terrorism investigation into the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting in California that left three dead, authorities said at a news conference on Tuesday.

Officers Praised for "Remarkable" Response to El Paso Walmart Shooting

El Paso Mayor Dee Morgan praised the officers for "remarkable police work" that saved lives and for capturing the suspect without firing a shot. In a press conference Saturday evening Texas Gov. Greg Abbott expressed "incredible gratitude" for law enforcement "minimizing the loss of life by confronting the shooter."

U.S. Department of Defense POST Selects Acadis Readiness Suite

The U.S. Department of Defense Peace Officer Standards and Training (DoD POST) has awarded Envisage Technologies a contract for the Acadis Readiness Suite. It will support legally defensible training and certification records for approximately 120,000 police officers.