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Border Security Task Force Southern New Mexico. Texas Brokers & Forwarders Conference September 25, 2008. Southern New Mexico Border Security Task Forced. Goals: Identify problems and vulnerabilities. Recommend Solutions

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border security task force southern new mexico

Border Security Task ForceSouthern New Mexico

Texas Brokers & Forwarders Conference

September 25, 2008

southern new mexico border security task forced
Southern New Mexico Border Security Task Forced

Goals:

  • Identify problems and vulnerabilities.
  • Recommend Solutions
  • Develop and issue paper that clearly identifies both problems and solutions existing along the Southwest New Mexico border that can be addressed through local, state and federal action.
  • Continue to meet as needed as needed to follow through on proposed action items, identify new problems in border security and monitor effectiveness of the implementation of the recommendations.
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Southern New Mexico Border Security Task Forced

Background:

April 3, 2004 a Formal proposal by the Office of Senator Jeff Bingaman, the New Mexico Border Authority and the Deming Border Patrol Station, to form the “Southern New Mexico Border Security Task Force”, BSTF.

The BSTF was formed as a result of concerns raised by local residents in the Border area regarding security issues and crimes on their property associated with drug smuggling and undocumented immigrants crossing.

new mexico chihuahua
New Mexico - Chihuahua

Arizona

Texas

Border with Mexico:

293 Km/ 182 Miles

participating organizations
Private Citizens

Congressional Offices

Custom Brokers

Federal Agencies

Private Businesses

Cities and Counties

Universities

Newspapers

Police Departments

Department of Defense

Officials from Mexico

State of New Mexico

National Laboratories

Sheriff Departments

Participating Organizations
participating organizations6
PrivateCitizens

Ranchers, Farmers

Land Owners

KBOTYJ Amateur Radio

Congressional Offices

Senator Jeff Bingaman

Senator Pete V. Domenici

Custom Brokers

Abaco

Federal Agencies

FBI

DEA

BLM

US Marshals Service

US Border Patrol

US Bureau of Customs Protection (CBP)

US Attorney

Private Businesses

ZIA Connection

Continuous Solutions

I-Notification.net

Valley Telephone Cooperative

Participating Organizations
participating organizations7
Cities and Counties

City of Lordsburg

City of Las Cruces, City of Deming

City of Sunland Park

Luna County and Manager’s Office

Village of Columbus

Hidalgo County Commission

Dona Ana County Hazmat Team

DAC/CLL DEM

LC SAR Deming

Universities

NMSU/PSL

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Newspapers

Deming Headlight

Police Departments

Columbus Police Department

New Mexico State Police

Sunland Park Police Dept.

Department of Defense

U.S. Air Force

U.S. Army

Joint Task Force 6

New Mexico National Guard

State of New Mexico

Governor’s Office

New Mexico Border Authority

Participating Organizations
participating organizations8
Officials from Mexico

Aduana México

Instituto Nacional de Inmigración

Grupo Beta

Tesorero Municipal de Janos

Presidencia Municipal de Janos

Policía Federal de Caminos

Policía Municipal Janos

Seguridad Pública Puerto Palomas

National Laboratories

Sandia National Lab.

Los Alamos

Sheriff Departments

Luna County

Dona Ana County

Hidalgo County

Grant County

Participating Organizations
subgroups were formed to identify problems
Subgroups were formed to identify problems
  • Communications
  • Barrier and Surveillance
  • US/Mexico Cooperation / Agency coordination
  • Training and Education
  • Emergency Preparedness and Public Health
  • Staffing
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Border Security Task Force

Best results generated by:

  • Communications among agencies.

Local, State and Federal

  • Communications among Counties

Dona Ana, Hidalgo and Luna

  • Communications between the two Countries
southern new mexico border security task force
Southern New Mexico Border Security Task Force

Special thanks to the Support from Senator Jeff Bingaman and his fantastic Staff, and to the Border Patrol (Deming, NM)