06/01/2020 | News release | Distributed by Public on 06/01/2020 22:39
'U.S. Customs and Border Protection, in coordination and with other federal agencies, has deployed more than 350 law enforcement personnel currently serving in the National Capital Region in order to protect the community from civil unrest related to recent protests,' said acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan. 'CBP will not sit idly by while vagrants exploit our great community in Washington, D.C. We will rapidly respond to requests for assistance from our partner law enforcement agencies. This joint action is necessary to support federal law enforcement in their efforts to prevent civil unrest and harm to the citizens of our community. It is our sincere hope that local protests remain peaceful and without incident.'