Stats and Summaries
The CBP Snapshot provides a general overview of CBP leadership, mission sets, basic statistics and more.
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.
The Southwest Land Border Encounters page provides data on U.S. Border Patrol apprehensions and the Office of Field Operations inadmissible subjects encountered along the southwest land border of the United States.
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 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.
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.
These statistics provide data on assaults on agents and officers, and uses of force by CBP personnel.
The FY 2018 Discipline Overview includes 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 2018 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.
Despite decreases in global trade and travel and other challenges wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, CBP introduced innovative measures in Fiscal Year 2020 that facilitated essential trade and travel while safeguarding the American people and our economy. CBP processed nearly 238 million travelers at ports of entry while taking measures to strengthen security, enhance efficiency, and restore consumer confidence in commercial travel. In addition, CBP processed more than $2.4 trillion of imports, protected American consumers from millions of counterfeit PPE and pharmaceuticals, implemented the groundbreaking U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, and introduced other initiatives to enhance America’s economic competitiveness.
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.
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.