Stats and Summaries
The CBP Snapshot provides a general overview of CBP leadership, mission sets, basic statistics and more.
The FY 2016-17 Discipline Overview includes comprehensive statistical analysis of disciplinary actions applied to CBP employees from FY 2016 to FY 2017, compared to FY 2015 data, with specific sections addressing:
- Disciplinary Breakdown by Program Office;
- CBP Information Center;
- Employee Arrests;
- Drug-Free Workplace;
- Use of Force Allegations; and,
- Mandatory Removals of Law Enforcement Officers.
Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) offers the following report for Fiscal Years 2016 and 2017 as well as an overview of key statistics regarding misconduct and corruption. The purpose of this report is to increase transparency and awareness of CBP’s efforts to prevent, detect, and investigate misconduct and corruption among CBP employees and to highlight examples of the breadth and depth of work OPR does on behalf of the entire CBP workforce.
During fiscal year 2019, the U.S. faced serious hardships, including an unprecedented humanitarian and border security crisis as well as the longest government shutdown in the nation’s history, lasting 35 days. Despite these challenges, CBP continued to facilitate record levels of trade and travel as well as achieve faster processing times in the air, pedestrian, vehicle, and cargo environments.
This report summarizes CBP’s Fiscal Year 2018 border enforcement efforts, which reflect CBP’s focus on counterterrorism, countering transnational organized crime, and border security.
The Border Enforcement Statistics page provides data on apprehensions, admissibility, recidivism, and arrests of criminal aliens at the border. Information on this page will be expanded to include seizures of drugs, currency, and prohibited agriculture products in the coming months.
These stats summarize CBP's revenue collection efforts; implementation of the recent trade remedies taken pursuant to Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 and Sections 201 and 301 of the Trade Act of 1974; and trade enforcement actions.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection continues to see increases in migration along the Southwest Border during fiscal year 2017. This includes family units and unaccompanied children from Central America, Haitian nationals migrating from Brazil, and Cuban nationals.
This report summarizes CBP’s Use of Force statistics, which reflect CBP’s focus on transparency and continued efforts to adapt to the evolving nature of our border environment.
In accordance with the Federal Digital Government Strategy and the Department of Homeland Security Metrics Plan, CBP is providing the following web metrics with regards to its primary website, www.cbp.gov.