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Border agents spur suspicion at protest

J.J

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Not everything you say is correct. There is policy and there is legislation and policy NEVER trumps legislation. It may be best not to discuss perceived CBSA shortcomings on a public site. There are changes coming to the Customs Act that may clarify things a little better.
 

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WR said:
Not everything you say is correct. There is policy and there is legislation and policy NEVER trumps legislation. It may be best not to discuss perceived CBSA shortcomings on a public site. There are changes coming to the Customs Act that may clarify things a little better.

I agree that policy never trumps legislation, but we are what we are, Border Services not police, and we have a mandate and SOP's to follow.
 

J.J

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I understand that well, but our policies are not clear and there are reasons for that. We are not the Police, but we are not bank tellers either.
There is a lot more that goes on in CBSA that a BSO does not see from the POE.
 

Fishbone Jones

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Internal protocols are just that. My suggestion , is that you guys keep them that way. PMs or internal agency emails. Whatever anyone, outside, wants to know about internal policy or their very existence, they can find out with a request under Freedom of Information.

Just my  :2c:
 
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