Corinne Cipoletti would like to honor her K9 partner Mix, who she had a fantastic career with working for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection with. Their statistics gave notability, but more importantly, it prevented narcotics and terrorist contraband from entering our borders.
Becoming a K9 Officer was her dream job, and through her personal obstacles of battling Multiple Sclerosis, was able to achieve all her goals.
Interviewing passengers is critical in determining eligibility and credibility into the U.S.A. It only takes one passenger out of millions to violate the laws, and it is our job to find them.
Episode takes an inside look of currency and explosive detector dogs in Dulles Airport finding hidden items (in which I was carrying). 1 season, 2009
The following article, was published with my photo and full name to the American public - without my consent. After that, I wasn't too worried about "being public" because the people I had arrested, now knew a little bit more about me.
I loved what I did; so any time I was on TV or in the papers - I knew it was because of my accomplishments. Mix and I made a great team, and together we stopped in "tons" of narcotics from entering and harming the U.S.A.
When my Multiple Sclerosis got too much mentally and physically, it was time for me to hangup the uniform. The best part was that Mix was able to live a life of a pet before she passed away. Unbeknownst to me, CBP had this poster in the Port Director's conference room for almost 10 years before they retired it as well and were able to give it to me as a great memory. This was just one of many tasks we were trained to do together - the luggage belt search deep into the late night and early morning.
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