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UPDATE: 287(g) Information

Post Date:07/27/2017 6:06 PM

Post Date: 09/13/2017 10:04 AM
Due to Council direction at the September 5 City Council meeting to utilize Secure Communities, 287(g) will not be on the September 19 City Council agenda.  

 

Post Date: 07/27/2017

Upon the conclusion of the current special legislative session, the Mayor will place the 287(g) program on the September 19, 2017 Council agenda.

287(g)

The City of Carrollton entered into a Memorandum of Understanding between the City and U.S. Immigrations and Custom Enforcement (ICE) in August 2008.


Cost to the City:

The cost the City incurs to participate in the 287(g) program is the difference between the salary level of a regular detention officer and an ICE-trained officer, which is $2,460 dollars per officer annually.  This results in a cost of $4,920 annually for the City’s two ICE-trained detention officers.  ICE is responsible for the purchase, installation, and maintenance of technology necessary to support the ICE program at no cost to the Carrollton Police Department (CPD).  ICE also provides a four-week training session when an officer is hired and a bi-annual five-day refresher training and oversight at no cost to CPD, though CPD is responsible for paying the officer-in-training’s salary as well as transportation and meal costs during training.  CPD is responsible for administrative supplies, such as paper, toner, pens, and pencils.  All of these items would be necessary for the detention officers regardless of the program. No additional supplies are needed for the program. 

 

 

ICE Summary Data for Carrollton Detention Facility:

FY
(Fiscal Year = 10/1 - 9/30)

FY

2008

FY

2009*

FY

2010

FY

2011

FY

2012

FY

2013

FY

2014

FY

2015

FY

2016

FY

2017
Year-to-date
10/1/16-7/26/17

 

 Total Inmates Processed*
 4,664 5,217
4,834
5,127
7,093
9,101
8,996
7,873
7,108
6,085
 Encounters   8
222
459
65
75
1063
1090
780
469
 Detainers             97
119
138
128
 ICE Removals
   6 93
142
6
26
88
55
 72 44

 *2009 was the first full year of the program

 


 

 

2015 Data:

 FY15 Total  Removals Resulting from ICE Encounter
 Removal Case Criminal Offense Level  Total  % Total
 Priority Level 1 (Terrorists, Felons, Gang Participants)  16  29.1%
 Priority Level 2 (Three or more non-traffic misdemeanor offenses; domestic violence, sex abuse, burglary, drugs, DUI)  15  27.3%
 Priority Level 3 (Previously issued a final order of removal after 1/1/14)  22  40.0%
 Non-criminal violators  2  3.6%
 Totals  55  100%

 

Total Inmates Processed (this includes other cities with a contracted agreement to house their prisoners in Carrollton’s detention facility):  7,873

Encounters (Screenings where a person identifies as foreign born):  1,090

Of those 1,090 encounters, 119 were issued Detainers:  Individuals found to be in the U.S. as undocumented immigrants and ICE requested they be held under a detainer warrant.  These individuals were picked up by ICE within 48 hours of the warrant hold. 

ICE Removals (Individuals that voluntarily return home or that are deported):  55

FY15 CHART

 



2016 Data:

FY16 Total Removals Resulting from ICE Encounter
Removal Case Criminal Offense Level Total % Total
Priority Level 1 (Terrorists, Felons, Gang Participants) 11 15.3%
Priority Level 2 (Three or more non-traffic misdemeanor offenses; domestic violence, sex abuse, burglary, drugs, DUI) 20
27.8%
Priority Level 3 (Previously issued a final order of removal after 1/1/14) 33
45.8%
Non-criminal violators 8
11.1%
Totals 72
100%

 

Total Inmates Processed (this includes other cities with a contracted agreement to house their prisoners in Carrollton’s detention facility):  7,108

Encounters (Screenings where a person identifies as foreign born):  780

Of those 780 encounters, 138 were issued Detainers:  Individuals found to be in the U.S. as undocumented immigrants and ICE requested they be held under a detainer warrant.  These individuals were picked up by ICE within 48 hours of the warrant hold. 

ICE Removals (Individuals that voluntarily return home or that are deported):  72

FY16 CHART


 

 

2017 Data:

As of 2017, Priority levels are no longer used by ICE. 

Total Inmates Processed (this includes other cities with a contracted agreement to house their prisoners in Carrollton’s detention facility):  6,085

Encounters (Screenings where a person identifies as foreign born):  469

Of those 469 encounters, 128 were issued Detainers/Warrants:  Individuals found to be in the U.S. as undocumented immigrants and ICE requested they be held under a detainer warrant.  These individuals were picked up by ICE within 48 hours of the warrant hold. 

ICE Removals (Individuals that voluntarily return home or that are deported):  44


 Number  Action  Criminal Convictions or Pending Charges
 469  Total Encounters
 341  No Action/Released
   86 Naturalized U.S. Citizens  No charge listed
   183 Not Amendable to removal  No charge listed
   72 prosecutorial discretion  No charge listed
 84  Detained, but not removed
   38 Detainers (Pending)  DUI, Assault, Immigration, Driving w/o License, Traffic Warrant, Gang Member, Drugs
   46 Notice to Appear  DUI, Assault, Failure to ID, Indecent Exposure, Flight to Avoid Prosecution, Liquor, Terrorist Threat, Traffic Warrants, Fraud, Liquor
 44  Removals:
   3 Bag & Baggage (Deportation)  Assault, Flight from Justice
   14 Reinstatement of Removal  Sexual Assault, DUI, Burglary, Drugs, Larceny, Immigration
   27 Voluntary Returns  DUI, Drugs, Traffic Warrant, Public Intoxication, Fraud, Failure to ID

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