With Access, Border Patrol Does Its Job Well

From the El Paso Times - For all of the talk about border security and beefing it up, El Paso has never been safer, law officers said Monday. More than 1,900 people have been killed in Juárez this year. Only three homicides have occurred in El Paso -- the lowest number in 10 years. One reason for El Paso's safety, officials said, is an increase in law enforcement officers working in this region, to a total of about 6,000. "We all know how dangerous the city of Juárez is, but look at how safe our city is," said Michael Przybyl, assistant chief patrol agent for the U.S. Border Patrol, El Paso Sector. "That is a testament to the work all of the law enforcement agencies are doing over here. We are prepared for whatever may happen." Read more here:


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