Border Agency Removes Internal Affairs Chief
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske on Monday removed the director of the agency’s Office of Internal Affairs from his post. The move by Kerlikowske comes less than a week after his decision to release to the public the agency’s use-of-force handbook and a blistering report that found shortfalls in how the agency trains its agents and officers and in how investigations of deadly force are handled. James F. Tomsheck, a 30-year federal law-enforcement veteran, had directed the office since 2006. Kerlikowske appointed Mark Morgan, deputy assistant director for inspections at the FBI, to head the office on an interim basis
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