Most of the remote Border Patrol facilities along the southwest border are riddled with security issues, according to a report by the Homeland Security Inspector General.
Seven of the 11 facility, known as “Forward Operating Bases,” were inspected and found to have security lapses, such as inoperable cameras, ABC News reports. 
Some have problems with providing safe drinking water to employees, and one facility had inadequate living conditions.
“Because of their proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border, it is essential that FOBs are equipped with proper, functioning surveillance equipment,” the report stated.
The report also criticized customs officials for failing to perform required inspections and keeping documentation of repairs.
“Without regular inspections and timely maintenance and repairs, CBP cannot ensure it will continue to provide adequate security, safety and living conditions,” read the report.