U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is the nation’s largest federal law enforcement agency charged with securing the nation’s borders and facilitating international travel and trade. Our top priority is to keep terrorists and their weapons from entering the United States.
At the nation’s more than 300 ports of entry, Office of Field Operations (OFO) officers have a complex mission with broad law enforcement authorities tied to inspecting all foreign visitors, returning U.S. citizens and imported cargo that enters the United States. Along the nation’s borders, the United States Border Patrol (USBP) and Air and Marine Operations (AMO) are the uniformed law enforcement components of CBP responsible for securing U.S. borders between ports of entry.
CBP Operational Data
The Nationwide Encounters page provides USBP Title 8 apprehensions, OFO Title 8 inadmissibles, and Title 42 expulsions for fiscal years (FY) 2020 and 2021 to date. Data is available for the Northern Land Border, Southwest Land Border, and Nationwide (i.e., air, land, and sea modes of transportation) encounters.
The Southwest Land Border Encounters page provides data on USBP apprehensions, OFO inadmissible subjects, and Title 42 expulsions encountered along the southwest land border of the United States.
The Southwest Land Border Encounters page provides data on USBP Title 8 apprehensions, OFO Title 8 inadmissible subjects, and Title 42 expulsions encountered along the southwest land border, by USBP Sector and OFO field office.
Encounter data includes USBP Title 8 apprehensions, OFO Title 8 inadmissibles, and Title 42 expulsions.
Custody and Transfer Metrics include data on in-custody information by location, dispositions for inadmissible/apprehended populations and transfer destinations for populations leaving CBP custody.
The Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP) page includes data displaying enrollment in the program, referrals to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and data from the Executive Office of Immigration Review related to the outcomes of MPP cases.
The Border Enforcement Statistics page provides data on apprehensions, findings of inadmissibility, recidivism, and arrests of criminal noncitizens at the border.
AMO interdicts unlawful entrants and cargo approaching U.S. borders, investigates criminal networks and provides domain awareness in the air and maritime environments, and responds to contingencies and national taskings.
CBP officers and agents interdict the flow of illicit narcotics across the border at and between ports of entry. CBP keeps dangerous drugs out of our communities and denies criminal organizations the profits derived from their sale.
CBP is on the frontline of stopping illegal narcotics, such as fentanyl and heroin, from entering the U.S.
CBP’s border security mission includes seizing undeclared or illicit currency, which can be proceeds from alleged illicit activity or currency that funds transnational criminal organizations. "Money" means monetary instruments and includes U.S. or foreign coins currently in circulation, currency, travelers' checks in any form, money orders, and negotiable instruments or investment securities in bearer form.
CBP is charged with securing the borders of the U.S., including lawful trade of weapons, ammunition, and other weapons parts coming into or out of the U.S.
CBP agriculture specialists and the CBP officers at U.S. ports of entry target, detect, intercept, and thereby prevent the entry of potential threats that could seriously threaten U.S. agriculture, our natural resources, and our economy.
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.
CBP targets and seizes imports of counterfeit and pirated goods, and enforces exclusion orders on patent-infringing and other IPR violative goods.
CBP is responsible for preventing the entry of products made with forced labor into the U.S. market by investigating and acting upon allegations of forced labor in supply chains.
OFO is the law enforcement component within CBP responsible for carrying out CBP's complex and demanding border security mission at all ports of entry, including facilitating lawful international travel.
This page provides the public with statements, policies, reports and other important information concerning critical incidents and related Office of Professional Responsibility reviews and investigations.
These statistics provide data on assaults on agents and officers and uses of force by CBP personnel.
These statistics provide data on arrests of CBP employees reported to the Office of Professional Responsibility.
The FY 2019 Discipline Overview includes a comprehensive statistical analysis of disciplinary actions applied to CBP employees 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 Year 2019 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.
The Border Rescues and Morality Data page provides CBP rescues data, as well as mortality data, to include the Office of Professional Responsibility’s CBP-Related Deaths data and U.S. Border Patrol’s Missing Migrant Program data.
This section provides insight to CBP actions on a typical day each fiscal year.
This section provides various reports updated annually.
Visit the CBP Public Data Portal for downloadable data sets.