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Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."

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aired 71 days ago
En San Ysidro, sospechan de una joven por ser trabajadora sexual y la detienen; un perro detector de drogas en El Paso, alerta a oficiales sobre la parte inferior de un carro trucado.
aired 85 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 85 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 99 days ago
Una joven dormida en el carro de un desconocido fue posiblemente secuestrada en Texas; agentes de ICE en San Bernardino enfrentan una situación peligrosa cuando una mujer esconde a un fugitivo.
aired 113 days ago
Se seleccionan perros para el programa de entrenamiento canino de la oficina de Protección de Aduanas y Fronteras; un cargamento de ornamentos de cemento tiene poco peso, lo que genera sospechas; papeles de aluminio y de carbón generan sospechas.
aired 176 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 242 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 243 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 267 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 267 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 305 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 306 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 370 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 371 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 449 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 449 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 462 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 462 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 476 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 476 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."
aired 476 days ago
Produced with the full cooperation of several agencies of the Department of Homeland Security, this reality series focuses on the work of border patrol officials who monitor land, sea and air in a bid to keep the United States secure. The show's producers make no bones about the fact that the series is intended to portray Homeland Security in a positive light. "The show is heartening," says executive producer Robert Shapiro. "It makes you feel good about these people who are doing their best to protect us."

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