SAN DIEGO (WKOW) -- The U.S. Border Patrol unveils its first national security strategy in eight years. In the last eight years, the number of agents more than doubled.
The plan will be outlined by Chief Mike Fisher Tuesday in Washington. This new approach relies on words like "risk-based" and "intelligence-driven" to target threats.
The Border Patrol has relied on a strategy to push migrants to more remote areas where they would be easier to capture.
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