FBI, This Week: Report Border Corruption
December 29, 2016
During this busy holiday travel season and beyond, the FBI is asking those who cross our nation’s borders using airports and other ports of entry to keep an eye out for border corruption.
Mollie Halpern: During this busy holiday travel season and beyond, the FBI is asking those who cross our nation’s borders, use airports, and other ports of entry to keep an eye out for border corruption.
Teresa Tampubolon: You just have to keep your eyes open and be situationally aware. And if you see a screener doing something they shouldn't be, you see an official taking money—if you see something that's suspicious, then you have to report it.
Halpern: That was Supervisory Special Agent Teresa Tampubolon, who says not only does border corruption lead to drug, weapon, and sex trafficking, it can jeopardize our country’s national security.
Tampubolon: National security is border security, it really is. To protect our nation, we've got to protect our borders, everything. National security is border security, and the threat is real.
Halpern: Don’t turn a blind eye. Report border corruption to the FBI at tips.fbi.gov. Support the effort on social media using #ReportBorderCorruption. With FBI, This Week, I’m Mollie Halpern of the Bureau.
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