Over a two-day period in mid-September, rangers participated in an interagency enforcement operation to “cooperatively develop, test and evaluate procedures and protocols in responding to threats to our national borders” and ports on the Olympic Peninsula. To assist in this effort, rangers conducted a traffic emphasis during two night shift patrols on Highway 101, the most heavily used throughway for traffic between Port Angeles and seaports to the south and west. They made over 106 vehicle stops and issued citations for a variety of traffic, vehicle, drug and paraphernalia possession related violations. Several individuals with misdemeanor warrants out against them – and one with a felony warrant – were taken into custody and transported to the Clallam County jail. Search dogs and detectives from OPNET (the local drug task force) assisted in the effort. Other agencies involved in the north Olympic Peninsula-wide effort included US Customs and Border Protection (including both air and marine units), the Coast Guard, Washington State Patrol, Clallam County Sheriff’s Office, Port Angeles Police Department, Sequim Police Department, Neah Bay Police Department, Civil Air Patrol, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, and Elwha Police Department.