Objective

This report responds to a request from Senator Claire McCaskill, Ranking Member, U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. Based on the request, our objectives were to examine the role of the Postal Service network in facilitating illicit drug distribution, explore associated risks and vulnerabilities in the system, and identify opportunities to mitigate those risks.

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  • anon

    Just have a question. Don't most, or all, international packages have to have a customs form? You are literally supposed to say I am shipping 1 sock, a toothbrush, 3 pieces of hair, and 2 pairs of Jean's. Extremely specific. Why is the USPS not allowed to search these packages when the contents are already "revealed" to them?

    Oct 04, 2018