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Interior Immigration Enforcement: Programs Targeting Criminal Aliens
Marc R. Rosenblum (au)
Congress has a long-standing interest in seeing that immigration enforcement agencies identify and deport serious criminal aliens. The expeditious removal of such aliens has been a statutory priority since 1986, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its predecessor agency have operated programs targeting criminal aliens for removal since 1988. These programs have grown substantially since FY2005. This report estimates the number of noncitizens incarcerated in federal and state prisons and local jailsäóîa subset of all criminal aliens äóî at 173,000 in 2009, with state prisons and local jails accounting for somewhat more incarcerations than federal prisons. DHS operates four programs designed in whole or in part to target criminal aliens: the Criminal Alien Program (CAP), Secure Communities, the _ 287(g) program, and the Nat. Fugitive Operations Program (NFOP). Contents of this report: Introduction; Defining äóìCriminal Aliensäó; Quantifying the Criminal Alien Population; History of Criminal Alien Removal Programs; ICE Programs Targeting Criminal Aliens; DHS Enforcement Priorities and Discretion; Recent Appropriations; Enforcement Statistics; Controversies Surrounding Interior Enforcement Programs; Legislative Issues; Conclusion. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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