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Border Security, Smuggling, Contraband Shows (Reality)
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TV Show: Border Patrol ( 2002 )
Border Patrol is a New Zealand reality television series, focusing on the Customs, the Ministry for Primary Industries, and the New Zealand Immigration Service. The first season premiered in 2004 and it is an original New Zealand concept which has now been replicated throughout the world. In 2006, Border Patrol was the winner of the Best Reality Series at the New Zealand Screen Awards. It is narrated by Tim Balme.
TV Show: Border Security: Australia's Front Line ( 2004 )
Border Security: Australia's Front Line is a fascinating insight into the daily workings of the thousands of officers who dedicate their lives to protecting Australia's border.With unprecedented access to all areas of national security we patrol the front line with the men and woman of Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Biosecurity.No more than now has Australia's border been at such risk and Border Security is there capturing all the real-life drama at Australia's busiest airports, sea ports, cargo facilities, mail centres, and on operations in the community.
TV Show: Border Security: America's Front Line ( 2012 )
Border Security: America's Front Line follows the work of US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers and agents as they clear travelers at land, air and marine ports of entry, inspect cargo and secure America's borders. In search of illegal travelers, weapons, and contraband, there's never a dull moment for the men and women who work for CBP.
TV Show: Contraband: Seized at the Border ( 2023 )
The border between the USA and Mexico is the busiest in the world. This series follows the work of America's Customs and Border Protection agency, whose job is to defend the border and stop terrorists, drugs and illegal weapons from entering the country.
TV Show: To Catch a Smuggler ( 2012 )
Stationed at JFK International Airport—one of the largest hubs for international travel in America—officers with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) crack down on criminals attempting to smuggle illegal goods and drugs into the United States. It's a job where everything—the safety of their team, and the security of the nation—is at stake. But for these officers, it's just another day at JFK.
TV Show: Homeland Security USA ( 2009 )
Homeland Security USA is a 2009 reality show. It portrayed members of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and other agencies tasked with the security of the US, performing their day-to-day duties. It was the American version of the Australian reality show Border Security. The show premiered on January 6, 2009 on ABC.Prior to the show premiere, Latin American groups protested against ABC, claiming that the series was anti-immigrant.
The show featured officers within Homeland Security, many of whom were Latino, who fought various crimes such as drug trafficking.[
TV Show: Borderforce USA ( 2019 )
Following the Department of Homeland Security Customs and Border Protection agency as they operate on the 28 bridges connecting the United States of America and Mexico.
TV Show: UK Border Force ( 2008 )
UK Border Force was a documentary series that focused on the work of the UK Border Agency and revealed the action behind the scenes of immigration.The series followed officers at London Heathrow Airport and the ports of Dover and Calais. The series also followed enforcement teams operating within the UK to detect illegal workers and highlighted the work of entry clearance officers at British Missions overseas.
TV Show: Border Force: America's Gatekeepers ( 2018 )
Border Force: America's Gatekeepers is a series with exclusive access to the USA's Department of Homeland Security's Customs and Border Protection agency as they operate on the twenty-eight bridges connecting the United States of America and Mexico.This team of officers leave no stone unturned, revealing all manner of illegal contraband, whether concealed in passenger vehicles or hidden amidst legitimate merchandise.
TV Show: Banged Up Abroad ( 2007 )
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to your final destination: a long, lonely stretch in a dark and dangerous prison, far from home. Banged Up Abroad takes you inside accounts of capture, incarceration and terror far away from home with intimate personal interviews and dramatic re-enactments. You'll hear more first-hand accounts not only from those who were locked up, but also from those who were directly part of the story. Whether it is the undercover agent compiling the evidence against the suspect, or the person making the drug-dealing offers, you relive the stories from every angle. 
Movie: Locked Up Abroad ( 2008 )
This series tells the true stories that would be any traveler's worst nightmare - when moments of madness or desperation in paradise becomes a journey into hell that ends up in prison abroad. Through graphic dramatic reconstruction each film tells the story of someone who's been arrested and thrown into a foreign prison. Sometimes for smuggling drugs. Sometimes for falling foul of local corrupt policemen. Sometimes for being duped into carrying illegal goods through customs. In all cases the films follow the sinking sense of horror from the build up to the moment of arrest, their journey through an incomprehensible legal process, the coming to terms with the details of life in a hellhole jail, and the devastating fall out for their family and friends.
TV Show: Under Arrest ( 1993 )
Cameras follow police officers on patrol and capture their gritty world of raw emotions and unexpected events as they answer calls for help, solve crimes and arrest law-breakers.
TV Show: Drugs, Inc. ( 2010 )
Drugs: A multi-billion-dollar industry that fuels crime and violence like no other substance on the planet. Turning cartel leaders into billionaires, the illegal drug industry also provides vital income to hundreds of thousands of poor workers across the globe. While some users sacrifice their lives to an addiction they can't escape, others find drugs to be their only saving grace from physical or emotional pain almost impossible to overcome. Where should the lines be drawn in this lucrative industry?