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On a Typical Day in Fiscal Year 2011, CBP...

Processed:

  • 932,456 passengers and pedestrians
    • 259,191 incoming international air passengers and crew
    • 48,073 passengers/crew arriving by ship
    • 621,874 incoming land travelers
  • 64,483 truck, rail, and sea containers
  • 253,821 incoming privately-owned vehicles

Executed:

  • 591 inadmissibles processed at the ports of entry
  • 932 apprehensions between the ports of entry
  • 470 refusals of entry at U.S. ports of entry
  • 61 arrests of criminals at U.S. ports of entry

Intercepted:

  • 49 fraudulent documents

Seized:

  • 13,717 pounds of drugs
  • $345,687 in undeclared or illicit currency
  • 470 pest interceptions submitted to USDA at ports of entry

Deployed:

  • 26,875 vehicles (plus 487 foreign)
  • 269 aircraft
  • 228 watercraft
  • 334 horse patrols
  • 1,576 canine teams

Protected more than:

  • 5,000 miles of border with Canada
  • 1,900 miles of border with Mexico
  • 95,000 miles of tidal shoreline

Employed approximately:

  • 60,079 employees, including:
    • 21,063 CBP officers
    • 2,312 CBP agriculture specialists
    • 21,137 Border Patrol agents
    • 1,229 Air and Marine including:
      • 51 Air Enforcement officers
      • 812 Air Interdiction agents
      • 356 Marine Interdiction agents

Managed:

  • 329 ports of entry within 20 field offices
  • 139 Border Patrol stations within 20 Sectors, with 31 permanent checkpoints

 

Note: Based on 2011 FY Data

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