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ICE custody program and its budget
Released 26 March 2016  By R. Ragbir - NEW SANCTUARY COALITION of NYC

ICE custody program and its budget

Looking at the DHS summary 2016 budget.

They are budgeting over $3.5 billion to have 87,000 immigrants in their clutches per day. Which includes the 34,000 detention/cell quota.

http://www.dhs.gov/news/2015/02/02/fact-sheet-dhs-fy-2016-budget

Enforce and Administer our Immigration Laws
Prioritized Removal. The Budget provides $3.3 billion for the safe, secure, and humane supervision, detention and removal of priority removable individuals. This includes resources to:

Supervise approximately 87,000 individuals per day (at full capacity) in detention and under the Alternatives to Detention program.

An additional $94.5 million to support adult detention beds for higher risk individuals and $122.5 million for the more cost-effective Alternatives to Detention program for those who are not considered a threat to our communities. The Alternatives to Detention program places low-risk individuals under intensive supervision or electronic monitoring.

R. Ragbir
NEW SANCTUARY COALITION of NYC
http://www.newsanctuarynyc.org
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