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Article 26 O - Except for training courses, details away from the normal duty station will not exceed 35 calendary days, unless the employee volunteers for a longer period.

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NBPC Demands CBP Classify Texas Agent’s Murder a Line of Duty Fatality

Javier Vega Jr. made the ultimate sacrifice upholding his oath to serve and protect.

(Washington, DC) May 13, 2015

As our nation’s law enforcement officers gather this week in Washington, D.C., to honor their 127 brothers and sisters who fell in the line of duty in 2014, there will be one name missing from the stone walls of the National Law Enforcement Memorial. That name is Border Patrol Agent Javier Vega Jr.

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Congress Funds DHS

The National Border Patrol Council, the union that represents more than 16,500 Border Patrol agents, congratulates Congress for today’s passage of a “Clean Bill” to fund DHS.

But the NBPC demands Washington politicians stop playing games with Border Patrol agents’ well-being and financial security.

Politicians are quick to declare their support for the Border Patrol, said Brandon Judd, the union’s president. “But don’t just tell us you support agents,” he said. “We demand that Congress and the White House show us and stop using our agents as political pawns.”

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NBPC Blasts Washington Politics for DHS Funding Battle

The National Border Patrol Council, the union that represents more than 16,500 Border Patrol agents, calls on Washington politicians to stop playing games with the financial security of agents.   


Politicians are quick to declare their support for the Border Patrol, said Brandon Judd, the union’s president. “But don’t just tell us you support agents,” he said. “Now is the time to show us. We demand that Congress fund the Border Patrol regardless of their disagreements with the White House over immigration policy.”

Lawmakers need to protect those who protect our nation, Judd said.

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NBPC Commends Lawmakers For Seeing Border Problems Firsthand

The National Border Patrol Council commends Sen. Ron Johnson, Chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, for spending the day talking with Border Patrol agents about our nation’s security. 


Last month, the House of Representatives sought to push through legislation that would have done little to secure our borders. At that time NBPC President Brandon Judd invited members of Congress to visit the Southwest border to hear from agents on what can and must be done to protect our nation.

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