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ICE Air Transportation of Detainees Could Be More Effective
Mark Bell (ed)
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Air Operations (ICE Air) is responsible for moving and removing detainees in ICE custody by providing air transportation services to Enforcement and Removal Operationsńˇ╗ (EROńˇ╗s) 24 field offices. This report reviewed this program to determine whether ICE Air was ensuring the most effective use of its resources. It found that although ICE Air met its mission by transporting 930,435 detainees over a 3-1/2 period, it could have used its resources more effectively. Furthermore, ICE Air does not capture complete and accurate data essential to support operational decisions. This occurred because ERO did not provide the planning, management, and reporting tools needed to operate effectively, and it does not have a mechanism in place to obtain feedback on how well its processes are performing. ICE Air operated charter flights with empty seats and could have realized cost savings of up to $41.1 million upon determining flight capacity. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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