Customs and Border Protection, United States
(United States Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection)
EA for Remote Video Surveillance Systems Upgrade Program (New Towers), USBP, Tucson and Yuma Sectors
EA - Environmental Assessment
Present Land Use
Customs and Border Protection Port of Entry, owned by BLM and Quechan Tribe
USBP has deployed Remote Video Surveillance Systems (RVSS) along the United States border with Canada and Mexico for surveillance purposes. A recent assessment of existing Arizona RVSS determined that technology and operator interfaces were antiquated and obsolete. To address these deficiencies, CBP proposes to upgrade existing RVSS capabilities. The upgrade includes the replacement of existing RVSS equipment and installation of new sensor suites (i.e., cameras) on existing RVSS towers, installation of new sensor suites on relocated towers, and the construction of new RVSS towers for improved border surveillance coverage throughout Arizona. The proposed project includes the construction, operation, and maintenance of 20 RVSS towers to provide long-term/permanent surveillance in the USBP Yuma, Ajo, Nogales, Naco, and Douglas stations.
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