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20,892
in detention on January 15, 2023
Immigration and Customs Enforcement held 20,892 in ICE detention according to data current as of January 15, 2023.
56.1%
of ICE immigrant detainees have no criminal record
11,710 out of 20,892—or 56.1%—held in ICE detention have no criminal record, according to data current as of January 15, 2023. Many more have only minor offenses, including traffic violations.
Texas
is the state with the most ICE detainees in FY 2023
State Detainees
Texas 10,174
Louisiana 4,833
Georgia 1,824
California 1,773
Arizona 1,621
ICE relied on detention facilities in Texas to house the most people during FY 2023, according to data current as of January 9, 2023.
17,629
people booked into ICE detention during December 2022.
ICE arrested 5,950 and CBP arrested 11,679 of the 17,629 people booked into detention by ICE during December 2022.
1,477
ICE detainees at South Texas Family Residential Center
City Detainees
Dilley 1,477
Pearsall 1,378
Winnfield 1,291
Lumpkin 1,237
Natchez 1,005
South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas held the largest number of ICE detainees so far in FY 2023, averaging 1,477 per day (as of January 2023).
355,140
monitored through ICE's ATD programs
ICE Alternatives to Detention (ATD) programs are currently monitoring 355,140 families and single individuals, according to data current as of January 14, 2023.
Harlingen
leads country in use of ICE's ATD programs
AOR Monitored
Harlingen 65,706
San Antonio 53,498
Phoenix 27,603
El Paso 27,065
San Francisco 19,661
Harlingen's area office has highest number in ICE's Alternatives to Detention (ATD) monitoring programs, according to data current as of January 14, 2023.