Bureau of Justice Statistics 2018 data shows 64% of all federal arrests were of non-U.S. citizens

The Bureau of Justice Statistics released a report on August 22 entitled, “Immigration, Citizenship, and the Federal Justice System, 1998-2018.”

From their introduction:

“This is the first BJS report that comprehensively describes the citizenship of suspects arrested and prosecuted for federal offenses. The report highlights trends from 1998 through 2018, providing statistics on immigration and non-immigration offenses, U.S.-Mexico border and non-U.S.-Mexico-border districts, and country of citizenship. The findings are based on data collected by BJS’s Federal Justice Statistics Program (FJSP), which receives administrative data from six federal justice agencies: the U.S. Marshals Service, Drug Enforcement Administration, Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, U.S. Sentencing Commission, and Federal Bureau of Prisons. The FJSP links and standardizes this information, enabling the production of statistics not available elsewhere.”

Highlights from their report:

• In 1998, 63% of all federal arrests were of U.S. citizens; in 2018, 64% of all federal arrests were of non-U.S. citizens.
Non-U.S. citizens, who make up 7% of the U.S. population (per the U.S. Census Bureau for 2017), accounted for 15% of all federal arrests and 15% of prosecutions in U.S. district court for non-immigration crimes in 2018.
• The portion of total federal arrests that took place in the five judicial districts along the U.S.-Mexico border almost doubled from 1998 (33%) to 2018 (65%).
• Ninety-five percent of the increase in federal arrests across 20 years was due to immigration offenses.
• In 2018, 90% of suspects arrested for federal immigration crimes were male; 10% were female.

Other key findings:

Federal arrests of non-U.S. citizens more than tripled from 1998 to 2018 (rising 234%).
• In 2018, non-U.S. citizens accounted for 24% of all federal drug arrests and 25% of all federal property arrests, including 28% of all federal fraud arrests.
In 2018, the number of federal arrests of Mexican citizens exceeded the number of federal arrests of U.S. citizens.

Read the whole report here.

This is why we need to build the wall.

DCG

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That’s raaacist! [eyeoll]

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That is the way they are used to live in their respective countries, when they come here it is easy to put it to practice, they are just doing what they have learnt.