Presentation on theme: "OVERSEAS DETERRENCE PROGRAM OPERATION BUS BOUND OPERATION BUS-BOUND Operation Bus-Bound is Mexico City District’s initiative to intercept Central American."— Presentation transcript:
OVERSEAS DETERRENCE PROGRAM OPERATION BUS BOUND
OPERATION BUS-BOUND Operation Bus-Bound is Mexico City District’s initiative to intercept Central American migrants destined for the United States and safely repatriating them to their countries of origin, and to assist host country immigration agencies and the National Police in the identification of smuggling methodologies and organizations. MISSION STATEMENT
OPERATION BUS-BOUND Deter and disrupt migrant trafficking and illegal activity by assisting Mexico in returning illegal migrants who have used their national territory in an attempt to reach the United States. Diminish the substantial costs borne by the U.S. Federal government when migrants enter the U.S. illegally and are apprehended by the INS. To provide funding for the repatriation of the migrants who were destined for the U.S. OBJECTIVES
OPERATION BUS-BOUND- ORDERLY REPATRIATION THE BUSES FILLED WITH PROCESSED MIGRANTS ARE LOADED IN TAPACHULA, MEXICO. COORDINATION IS DONE BY USINS WITH THE POLICIA NATIONAL CIVIL (PNC) AND GUATEMALAN IMMIGRATION. THE BUSES ARRIVE IN GUATEMALA ON A SET SCHEDULE. THE BUSES ARE BOARDED BY GUATEMALAN IMMIGRATION INSPECTORS, MONEY EXCHANGERS AND FOOD VENDERS. MEXICAN INM AND GUATEMALAN INS EXCHANGE STAMPED AND SEALED LISTS. THE PNC BOARD THE BUSES AND THEY PROCEED TO THE BORDERS OF EL SALVADOR AND HONDURAS.
TAPACHULA HOLDING CELL, HONDURAS
GUATEMALAN HOLDING CELL
THE RESULTS TOTAL MIGRANTS REPATRIATED BETWEEN JULY 20, 2001 AND JUNE 13, 2002 : 79,685 DAILY AVERAGE REPATRIATED: 315 MONTHLY AVERAGE: 7,883 ESTIMATED FOR YEAR: 94,596 GUATS/EL SALS/HONDURANS/NICARAGUANS ARRESTED BY BORDER PATROL FY-01: 23,566 APPS FOR CENTRAL AMERICANS BY THE USBP ARE DOWN 20%
RESULTS July 2001 to May-2002 APPREHENSIONS OP BB= 75,386 USBP= 18,395 Operation Bus-Bound has reduced the flow of illegal migrants from Central America to the U.S by 76%
THE COST FY-01= $732,792.93 FY-02= $890,918.70 TOTAL= $1,623,711.60 MIGRANTS DETERRED TO JUNE 13, 2002= 79,685 COST PER MIGRANT= $20.38
SAVING TO THE U.S. GOVERNMENT EACH ILLEGAL ALIEN (OTM) ARRESTED IN THE US WILL COST APPROXIMATELY $2,700.00 IN DETENTION AND REMOVAL COSTS. AVE. STAY 36 DAYS X $75.00 = $2,700.00 SAVINGS THROUGH OPERATION BUS-BOUND DETERRENCE: $222,133,388.00 TO DATE. A RANDOM SAMPLING OF MIGRANTS= 10% WERE PRIOR- DEPORTS AND CRIMINAL ALIENS. EACH WOULD COST THE U.S. GOVERNMENT AN ADDITIONAL $13,500.00. 180 DAYS INCARCERATION X $75.00= $13,500.00. SAVINGS FOR NOT HAVING CRIMINAL ALIENS HOUSED IN U.S. FOR 1% CRIMINAL ALIENS= $10,759,500.00 TOTAL SAVINGS= $223,757,100.00
SAVINGS AT 50% ARREST RATE 40,000 migrants x $2,700= $108,000,000.00 1% Criminal Aliens= 400 180 days incarceration @ $75.00 day Cost per criminal= $13,500 400 x 13,500= $5,400,000.00 TOTAL SAVINGS AT 50% ARREST RATE= $113,400,000.00 * *RATE IS FOR DETENTION AND REMOVAL COSTS ONLY.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT LAST YEAR (FY-01) MEXICAN INM APPREHENDED 75,000 ILLEGAL MIGRANTS FROM CENTRAL AMERICA WHO WERE DESTINED TO THE US. DUE TO A LACK OF MANPOWER, EQUIPMENT AND CAPITAL, THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT BELIEVES THEY ARE ONLY APPREHENDING 25-50% OF THE MIGRANTS CROSSING THEIR BORDERS. FY-01 THE US BORDER PATROL APPREHENDED 23,500 CENTRAL AMERICANS.