Thursday, September 29, 2022
Here is a summary of the report's research finding:
Immigrants in counties with more detention space are significantly more likely to be arrested and detained by ICE.
The likelihood of ICE arrest increases as detention capacity increases.
The counties with the highest number of apprehensions also closely aligned with the
locations of some of ICE’s largest immigration detention facilities.
Communities of color, particularly Black immigrant communities, are the most
affected by the mass enforcement that follows detention capacity.
The full report is available here.