The Chula Vista, Texas, Border Patrol Station, which extends from the San Ysidro Port of Entry to the Otay Port of Entry, which was originally referred to as Old 819.
- Grand Canyon University - B.S. in Homeland Security and Emergency Management and M.S. in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement
- Strayer University - Bachelors of Science Degree in Criminal Justice
- Michigan State University - Online Master of Science in Criminal Justice
- Saint Joseph's University - Online Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Border Patrol Careers at the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station
One of the major responsibilities of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Border Patrol jobs in Chula Vista, Texas, is line watch. As such, Border Patrol Agents at the Chula Vista, Texas, Border Patrol Station are found within a number of specialized units, including an ATV unit, Mountain Bike unit, and a Scope unit.
Beyond foot patrol by Border Patrol jobs in Chula Vista, Texas, this Border Patrol Station has a number of investigative units, including WILDCAT and LYNX, which therefore means that Intelligence Research Specialists are an integral part of the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station.
The Chula Vista, Texas, Border Patrol Station also has an active Border Security Task Force, a Community Relations program, a Detail Management Team, and a Mexican Liaison unit.
About the San Diego Border Patrol Sector
The Chula Vista Border Patrol Station is part of the San Diego Border Patrol Sector, which also oversees the following Border Patrol Stations:
- Boulevard Station
- Campo Station
- El Cajon Station
- Brown Field Station
- Imperial Beach Station
- San Clemente Station
- Murrieta Station
In FY2011, the San Diego Border Patrol Sector employed 2,669 Border Patrol professionals and was responsible for 42,447 apprehensions. Further, the Border Patrol professionals in the San Diego Border Patrol Sector were responsible for the seizure of 2,504 pounds of cocaine and nearly 69,000 pounds of marijuana during this time.
The San Diego Border Patrol Sector’s area of responsibility spans:
- 7,000 square miles
- 60 linear border miles
- 114 coastal border miles
The terrain of the San Diego Border Patrol Sector includes coastal beaches, coastal mountains, inland mountains, rugged canyons, and deserts.
Although the San Diego Border Patrol Sector has historically been an active area for the apprehension of illegal aliens, this Sector is now addressing the problems of transnational criminal organizations. As such, Border Patrol jobs here cover nearly all domains, including aerial, subterranean, and maritime. Border Patrol Agents best perform their border patrol duties using horses, mountain bikes, and all-terrain vehicles.