Border Security - Australia's Front Line

Season 15
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Season 15, Episode 15

4.5 170 x
Hundreds of packages of illicit substances are stopped at the International Mail Centre every week and today is no exception when drug detector dog Vulcan makes an amazing find.
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Season 15, Episode 7

4.5 36 x
A nervous man says he’s here to visit his wife for their wedding anniversary but what’s in his luggage may spell the end of his trip. An officer’s skills stop a drug delivery through the mail.
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Season 15, Episode 12

4.5 210 x
What officers find on a Bulgarian visitor’s phone could mean an abrupt end to his holiday. Two fruit pickers from Tonga have failed to declare prohibited items.
22:00

Season 15, Episode 11

4.8 390 x
An unemployed man frequently travels business class and when officers check out his past it raises even more questions. A passenger is carrying very risky items in his luggage.
23:00

Episode 10

3.0 129 x
A passenger at Melbourne Airport is concealing a massive illegal import in her luggage. Her tears won’t stop officers discovering what she’s up to.
22:00

Episode 9

3.0 96 x
A man’s bag tests returns a positive swab for drugs after a trip to Thailand. An elderly Vietnamese woman is hiding something and Biosecurity officers are determined to find it.
23:00

Episode 8

4.0 79 x
A man from Amsterdam says he’s here for a holiday, but his suspicious travel itinerary through China and an empty suitcase seem to tell a very different story.
23:00

Episode 6

4.0 104 x
Two brothers from Thailand claim they’re just tourists but after talking to their sister Border Force discovers something that makes their story likely to be a lie.
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Episode 5

4.1 776 x
A drug detector dogs sits at a woman’s bags and officers need to investigate further. A nervous passenger attracts the attention of Biosecurity and what he’s hiding may be deadly.
22:00

Episode 3

4.3 236 x
Officers suspect a Brazilian man is lying to them and his answers aren’t helping him. A Chinese student returning to Australia seems to be in a hurry and Biosecurity officers think they know why.
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