|(27 Apr 2018)
The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during March 2018 the government reported 7,020 new immigration prosecutions.
According to the case-by-case information analyzed by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), this number is up 23.9 percent over the previous month. This brought the total for the first six months of FY 2018 to 35,787 new immigration prosecutions.
If this activity continues at the same pace for the remaining half of this fiscal year, the annual total of prosecutions will be 71,574 - up 19.5% over the past fiscal year when the number of prosecutions totaled 59,910.
To view the full report, including month-by-month trends, information on lead charges, and the top ranked districts with the most immigration convictions with prison terms of at least a year, go to:
In addition to these most recent overall figures, TRAC continues to offer free monthly reports on selected government agencies such as the FBI, ATF, DHS and the IRS. TRAC's reports also monitor program categories such as official corruption, drugs, weapons, white collar crime and terrorism. For the latest information on prosecutions and convictions through March 2018, go to:
Even more detailed criminal enforcement information for the period from FY 1986 through March 2018 is available to TRACFed subscribers via the Express and Going Deeper tools. Go to http://tracfed.syr.edu for more information. Customized reports for a specific agency, district, program, lead charge or judge are available via the TRAC Data Interpreter, either as part of a TRACFed subscription or on a per-report basis. Go to http://trac.syr.edu/interpreter to start.
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