Stats and Summaries
The CBP Snapshot provides a general overview of CBP leadership, mission sets, basic statistics and more.
In fiscal year 2017, CBP saw continued growth in international travel and trade—processing more foreign nationals and cargo at U.S. ports of entry than in FY2016
This report summarizes CBP’s fiscal year 2017 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.
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.
This overview includes statistical information on all allegations of employee misconduct referred for investigation or review as well as the outcome. Specific sections address disciplinary actions by program office, employee arrests, use of force allegations, mandatory removals of law enforcement officers, and the drug-free workplace program
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.