First Woman Chief Of Border Patrol Takes Over

The Border Patrol has its first ever female chief.  Kansas native and Kansas State grad Carla Provost was named Chief of the U.S. Border Patrol yesterday.  Provost started with the Border Patrol in Douglas, Arizona in January 1995.  She has also served in Yuma, Arizona, El Paso, Texas, El Centro, California and in Washington, D.C.  She was named acting chief last year.

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