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The former U.S. Customs Service Office of Investigations

Special Agents/Criminal Investigators in South Florida/Miami worked closely with U.S. Customs Contraband Enforcement Team (CET) inspectors to successfully seize narcotics, and other contraband, and conduct controlled delivery operations arresting kingpin drug smugglers, dismantling their organization, and bringing them to justice.  Port Security and Cargo Security were the focus of these operations and investigations with the ultimate goal of keeping America safe.

Photos courtesy of CBP

                              

Legacy U.S. Customs Service double hulled Catamaran go fast boat, powered by two inboard/outboard 450 Evinrude gas motors  it easily reach 60 knots in open waters.  Used during the cocaine cowboy days in South Florida, the Special Agents aboard the  Catamarans outran and caught many smugglers boats and brought them to justice.

Legacy U.S. Customs Service Blackhawk helicopter manned by Air Interdiction Officers demonstrating operations to catch smugglers trying to introduce contraband into the U.S.  

The Blackhawks were used by Customs in various operations throughout the 1990's and early 2000's, operating and available 24 hours a day 365 days a year, guarding America's borders. 

Our Legacy is Dedication, Experience and Professionalism

The former U.S. Customs Service was the nation's oldest federal law enforcement agency, created in July of 1789 by an act of the U.S. Congress.  In it's modern era, the U.S. Customs Service Office of Investigation's Special Agents conducted criminal investigations in the areas of narcotics smuggling and interdiction, money laundering, import fraud, cargo theft, auto theft, and high tech/export violations.  In 2003 the U.S. Customs Service was formerly disbanded and merged into the Department of Homeland Security.

Our legacy is dedication, experience, and professionalism