El Centro Sector Launches ‘Se Busca Informacion’ Campaign

Calexico, Calif. – In an effort to expand our utilization of consequences against criminal organizations, while enhancing community outreach and information gathering regarding criminal activity, the El Centro Sector Border Patrol will launch the “Se Busca Informacion” initiative to disrupt and displace smuggling members and organizations that present threats to our region.

Poster-sized depictions of the billboards are displayed at  Calexico ports of entry.
El Centro Sector’s “Se Busca Informacion” campaign seeks to disrupt smuggling organizations by posting billboards featuring people of interest, and asking the public to phone in information.

As part of this proactive initiative, the El Centro Sector will post two billboards (one electronic and one traditional) near the Calexico, downtown port of entry. The billboards will contain photos of people of interest to El Centro Sector. As information is received and situations evolve, the billboards will be updated.

Additionally, poster-sized depictions of the “Se Busca Informacion” billboards will be displayed within the Calexico east and Calexico downtown ports of entry.

The billboards and posters will be beneficial in providing leads and intelligence to aid in the abatement of criminal organizations in the area, and add another layer in keeping our communities safe on both sides of the border.

Anyone with information on the individuals on the poster they are encouraged to call (760) 335-5868. All calls will remain anonymous.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the management, control and protection of our nation’s borders at and between the official ports of entry. CBP is charged with keeping terrorists and terrorist weapons out of the country while enforcing hundreds of U.S. laws.

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One Response to El Centro Sector Launches ‘Se Busca Informacion’ Campaign

  1. Antonio Velasquez, Calexico says:

    It is not enough for this country to have eliminated small rural businesses with NAFTA, the reason that there is a mass migration of displaced workers north. Now they want us to turn them in! They have to be out of their minds. Abajo la migra!

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