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Monday, June 18, 2012

ICE launches iTunes podcasts

As the second largest federal law enforcement agency, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers and special agents stay busy investigating trans-border crimes and enforcing civil immigration laws to ensure homeland security and public safety.

You can now follow officers as they arrest convicted fugitive criminal aliens, attend ceremonies where ancient artwork is returned to its rightful owners and accompany special agents as they look for contraband in shipping containers. How? Simply subscribe to ICE's podcast series on iTunes.

The series includes a variety of videos that provide the general public an inside look at ICE.

"Our video productions are a vital tool informing the public about the full extent of ICE's mission," said Brian Hale, assistant director for the Office of Public Affairs. "They tell the stories of the work we are doing on the front lines — taking serious criminals off of our streets, combatting drug smuggling, protecting intellectual property rights and repatriating antiquities to the countries of origin."

You'll find 25 of ICE's latest videos on iTunes. Each one is short — less than five minutes in length — and can be downloaded to your computer, iPod or iPhone for easy viewing. Stop by and take a peek.

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