Immigration Enforcement

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    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has adopted common sense policies that ensure our immigration laws are enforced in a way that best enhances public safety, border security and the integrity of the immigration system. As part of this approach, ICE has adopted clear priorities that call for the agency's enforcement resources to be focused on the identification and removal of those that have broken criminal laws, recently crossed our border, repeatedly violated immigration law or are fugitives from immigration court.

    Over the past three years, this approach has resulted in unprecedented results as ICE has conducted record levels of enforcement. With more than 396,000 removals, this trend has continued in Fiscal Year (FY) 2011. Importantly, through the establishment of clear priorities, and the use of targeted enforcement tools like Secure Communities, the composition of ICE's FY 2011 removals has changed in line with ICE's enforcement priorities.

    In FY 2011, ICE removed 396,906 individuals. Ninety percent of all these removals fell into one of ICE's enforcement priorities.

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    As a matter of policy, Border Patrol agents are required to treat all those they encounter with respect and dignity. This requirement is consistently addressed in training and consistently reinforced throughout an agent’s career. On a daily basis, agents make every effort to ensure that people in our custody are given food, water, and medical attention as needed.
    Mistreatment or agent misconduct will not be tolerated in any way. Any agent within our ranks that does not adhere to the highest standards of conduct will be identified and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken.
    We appreciate the efforts of individuals to report concerns as soon as they arise and we will continue to cooperate fully with any effort to investigate allegations of agent misconduct or mistreatment of individuals.

    Alilia McNeal
    External Communications Branch Chief
    United States Border Patrol
    Tucson Sector
    2430 S. Swan Road
    Tucson, AZ 85711
    520-748-3033 Office
    520-262-9489 Cell
     
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