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Before digital fingerprinting and computer systems that shared information between agencies, it was difficult to tell who was the person being interviewed by the agent.
belongs to the people that work here, this is not my sector," Hinojosa said. "I am just the guy responsible for the agents that own this sector. When something goes bad or something goes good I get the credit but it is not mine, the credit belongs to the agents."
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"He has been there for McAllen (Police) since day one," Rodriguez said. He will be hard to replace, because of his success here his future is bright."
"We did what we could with what we had," Hinojosa said. "This sector has evolved tremendously in the last 28 years, but we can never have enough man power enough resources and enough technology."
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"At some point we all have to retire. I just felt the time was right," Hinojosa said when asked about his reasons for retiring "We miss a lot of birthdays a lot of anniversaries, but the work here is invaluable. My wife has been at home caring for our family while I was here, now its time for me to return the favor."
During his time as sector chief, Hinojosa sought to bring the agency closer to the community in an effort to create a partnership and worked to address their concerns, he said.
Always willing to help is how Sheriff Lupe Trevio described Hinojosa.
As he looks back at the achievements and the shortcomings in his agency, Hinojosa said he would always tell his agents that the RGV sector belonged to them.
"The sheriff's office enjoys good professional relationships with all federal law enforcement agencies, especially with Border Patrol," Trevio said. "We are there when they need backup and they have always been there when we need it."
Hinojosa has been one of the first Border Patrol leaders in the RGV who has taken an active role in listening to the community and working with them on addressing their issues, Trevio said.
With community outreach trailers placed in rural areas and with various other programs, Border Patrol agents sought to create awareness of the more pressing issues in the area. That's included combating rising numbers of stash houses and the increasing number of cases involving sexual assault against female immigrants, Hinojosa said.
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Hinojosa, 49, graduated from Edinburg High School in 1982. He began his Border Patrol career 28 years ago as a field agent in San Diego, Calif., before holding a Nike Free Rn Flyknit 5
"We used to catch a guy two or three times in the same shift and each time he would give you a different name," the chief said.
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At the sunset of a 28 year career, Hinojosa will leave the Border Patrol, but the Valley will remain his home.
But that shift in migration and drug trafficking patterns was eclipsed by a problem created by Washington politicians: The so called government shutdown.
He came home to the Rio Grande Valley in 2011 from Laredo, where he served as deputy chief a region's No. 2 boss of that sector.
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That time placed budget constraints on the Border Patrol, which kept its agents in the field even though they were on furlough all while immigrants continued to cross the Rio Grande illegally. Agents also were hindered by budgetary cutbacks that rationed fuel and other resources, leading to lower morale among some agents locally.
"I've always been a strong supporter of the community so don't be surprised If you see me out there helping with Habitat for Humanity or the food bank," he said.
miss Hinojosa's strong work ethic and willingness to cooperate with local police officers, said McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez.
variety of positions throughout the country from the Southwest border to Vermont. There, he guided the National Juvenile Program and worked as a liaison to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The San Carlos native assumed command of the Rio Grande Valle Sector in December 2010, leading more than 3,000 agents tasked with searching for human and drug smugglers across 34,000 square miles in deep South Texas.
During his time with the agency, Hinojosa has been able to experience first hand the evolution of law enforcement as new technologies were added.
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