Greyhound says it will not allow border agents to search busses without warrants

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(WEHT)- The inter-city bus company Greyhound announced Friday it will no longer allow Customs and Border Patrol agents to search busses without a warrant.

The busses will feature a sticker outlining the new policy and Greyhound says it will provide training on the new policy for its drivers and employees. Greyhound says its main priority is the safety of its passengers and says the new policy will improve the travel experience for its customers.

Officials with Customs and Border Patrol says its agents are trained to ask for consent from companies before boarding a bus.

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(This story was originally published on Feb. 23, 2020)

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