2018-2019 Detention facilities list

Tanvi Misra filed this request with the United States Customs and Border Protection of the United States of America.
Tracking #

CBP-2019-057631, CBP-OBPCOMPLETE-2019-057631

CBP-2019-057631

Due July 2, 2019
Est. Completion None
Status
Awaiting Response

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From: Tanvi Misra

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

1. Data on all the facilities in which individuals may be detained in CBP custody as of the date of receipt of this Freedom of Information Act request, including any facilities with other contracts that have immigration detention riders or addenda, with the following information below.

Please include the following information:
a. Detention facility location;
b. Name of facility, address, city, state, zip code;
c. CBP area of responsibility;
d. Whether the facility is authorized to detain individuals for more than or
less than 72 hours;
e. Capacity;
f. Applicable detention standards used for each facility;
g. FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019-to-date Average Daily Population, male and
female;
h. FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019 to date total population, not averaged per day;
i. Last inspection date and type;
j. Number of single women and children in each facility as in June, 2019.

2. All communications during FY 2017-to-date between CBP employees, Department of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and any other agencies in the federal government.

4. All communication between CBP and members of Congress regarding potential from FY 17 to date regarding the welfare of detainees in custody, including but not limited to communication about illnesses, death, medical health services, children's health, and mental health.

5. The number of deaths in CBP custody per month in FY 17, FY 18, and FY 19 to date.

I am requesting these documents as a journalist who has been covering immigration issues for the last five years at The Atlantic. Founded in 1857 and today one of the fastest growing media platforms in the industry, The Atlantic has throughout its history championed the power of big ideas and continues to shape global debate across print, digital, events, video, and audio platforms. With its award-winning digital presence TheAtlantic.com and CityLab.com on cities around the world, The Atlantic is a multimedia forum on the most critical issues of our times—from politics, global, and the economy, to technology, arts, and culture. The Atlantic was named the 2016 National Magazine of the Year and won a National Magazine Award in 2017 for its June 2017 cover story, “My Family’s Slave."

Currently, I'm an immigration reporter at CQ-Roll Call, one of the oldest Congressional publications in the U.S with a track record of award winning non-partisan journalism.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Tanvi Misra

From: United States Customs and Border Protection

This message is to confirm your request submission to the FOIAonline application: View Request. Request information is as follows: (https://www.foiaonline.gov/foiaonline/action/public/submissionDetails?trackingNumber=CBP-2019-057631&type=request)
* Tracking Number: CBP-2019-057631
* Requester Name: Tanvi Misra
* Date Submitted: 06/05/2019
* Request Status: Submitted
* Description: Please See attachment for description

From: United States Customs and Border Protection

The FOIA request - CBP-2019-057631 description has been modified. Additional details for this item are as follows:
* Tracking Number: CBP-2019-057631
* Requester: Tanvi Misra
* Submitted Date: 06/05/2019
* Description: 1. Data on all the facilities in which individuals may be detained in CBP custody as of the date of receipt of this Freedom of Information Act request, including any facilities with other contracts that have immigration detention riders or addenda, with the following information below.
Please include the following information:
a. Detention facility location;
b. Name of facility, address, city, state, zip code;
c. CBP area of responsibility;
d. Whether the facility is authorized to detain individuals for more than or
less than 72 hours;
e. Capacity;
f. Applicable detention standards used for each facility;
g. FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019-to-date Average Daily Population, male and
female;
h. FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019 to date total population, not averaged per day;
i. Last inspection date and type;
j. Number of single women and children in each facility as in June, 2019.
2. All communications during FY 2017-to-date between CBP employees, Department of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and any other agencies in the federal government.
4. All communication between CBP and members of Congress regarding potential from FY 17 to date regarding the welfare of detainees in custody, including but not limited to communication about illnesses, death, medical health services, children's health, and mental health.
5. The number of deaths in CBP custody per month in FY 17, FY 18, and FY 19 to date.

From: United States Customs and Border Protection

Tanvi Misra
MuckRock News, DEPT MR 74815
411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA, 02144
06/06/2019
CBP-2019-057631
Dear Tanvi Misra:
This notice acknowledges receipt of your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) received on 06/05/2019 seeking the following:
* Data on all the facilities in which individuals may be detained in CBP custody as of the date of receipt of this Freedom of Information Act request, including any facilities with other contracts that have immigration detention riders or addenda, with the following information below.
Please include the following information:
* Detention facility location;
* Name of facility, address, city, state, zip code;
* CBP area of responsibility;
* Whether the facility is authorized to detain individuals for more than or less than 72 hours;
* Capacity;
* Applicable detention standards used for each facility;
* FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019-to-date Average Daily Population, male and female;
* FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019 to date total population, not averaged per day;
* Last inspection date and type;
* Number of single women and children in each facility as in June, 2019.
* All communications during FY 2017-to-date between CBP employees, Department of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and any other agencies in the federal government.
* All communication between CBP and members of Congress regarding potential from FY 17 to date regarding the welfare of detainees in custody, including but not limited to communication about illnesses, death, medical health services, children's health, and mental health.
* The number of deaths in CBP custody per month in FY 17, FY 18, and FY 19 to date.
Please use the following unique FOIA tracking number CBP-2019-057631 to track the status of your request.  If you have not already done so, you must create a FOIAonline account at https://foiaonline.gov.  This is the only method available to check the status of your pending FOIA request. (https://foiaonline.regulations.gov/)
Provisions of the Act allow us to recover part of the cost of complying with your request.  We shall charge you for records in accordance with the DHS FOIA regulations outlined on the DHS website, https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2016/11/22/2016-28095/freedom-of-information-act-regulations. By submitting your request, you have agreed to pay up to $25.00 in applicable processing fees, if any fees associated with your request exceed this amount, CBP shall contact you; however, the first 100 pages are free. (https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2016/11/22/2016-28095/freedom-of-information-act-regulations)
Due to the increasing number of FOIA requests received by this office, we may encounter some delay in processing your request.  Consistent with 6 C.F.R. Part 5 § 5.5(a) of the DHS FOIA regulations, CBP processes FOIA requests according to their order of receipt.  Although CBP’s goal is to respond within 20 business days of receipt of your request, FOIA does permit a 10-day extension of this time period in certain circumstances pursuant to 6 C.F.R. Part 5 § 5.5(c).
For additional information please consult CBP FOIA website please click on FOIA Act Resources or visit (http://www.cbp.gov/site-policy-notices/foia) http://www.cbp.gov/site-policy-notices/foia. (http://www.cbp.gov/site-policy-notices/foia)
Sincerely,
U.S. Customs and Border Protection

From: United States Customs and Border Protection

The FOIA request - CBP-2019-057631 description has been modified. Additional details for this item are as follows:
* Tracking Number: CBP-2019-057631
* Requester: Tanvi Misra
* Submitted Date: 06/05/2019
* Description: 1. Data on all the facilities in which individuals may be detained in CBP custody as of the date of receipt of this Freedom of Information Act request, including any facilities with other contracts that have immigration detention riders or addenda, with the following information below.
Please include the following information:
a. Detention facility location;
b. Name of facility, address, city, state, zip code;
c. CBP area of responsibility;
d. Whether the facility is authorized to detain individuals for more than or
less than 72 hours;
e. Capacity;
f. Applicable detention standards used for each facility;
g. FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019-to-date Average Daily Population, male and
female;
h. FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019 to date total population, not averaged per day;
i. Last inspection date and type;
j. Number of single women and children in each facility as in June, 2019.
2. All communications during FY 2017-to-date between CBP employees, Department of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and any other agencies in the federal government.
3. All communication between CBP and members of Congress regarding potential from FY 17 to date regarding the welfare of detainees in custody, including but not limited to communication about illnesses, death, medical health services, children's health, and mental health.
4. The number of deaths in CBP custody per month in FY 17, FY 18, and FY 19 to date.

From: United States Customs and Border Protection

The FOIA request CBP-2019-057631 has had its Tracking Number changed to CBP-OBPCOMPLETE-2019-057631. This is normally due to the request being transferred to another agency (for example, EPA to Dept. of Commerce) or to a sub-agency to process it. Additional details for this request are as follows:

* Old Tracking Number:
CBP-2019-057631
* New Tracking Number:
CBP-OBPCOMPLETE-2019-057631
* Requester Name:
Tanvi Misra
* Date Submitted:
06/05/2019
* Long Description:
1. Data on all the facilities in which individuals may be detained in CBP custody as of the date of receipt of this Freedom of Information Act request, including any facilities with other contracts that have immigration detention riders or addenda, with the following information below.
Please include the following information:
a. Detention facility location;
b. Name of facility, address, city, state, zip code;
c. CBP area of responsibility;
d. Whether the facility is authorized to detain individuals for more than or
less than 72 hours;
e. Capacity;
f. Applicable detention standards used for each facility;
g. FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019-to-date Average Daily Population, male and
female;
h. FY 2017, FY 2018, FY 2019 to date total population, not averaged per day;
i. Last inspection date and type;
j. Number of single women and children in each facility as in June, 2019.
2. All communications during FY 2017-to-date between CBP employees, Department of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and any other agencies in the federal government.
3. All communication between CBP and members of Congress regarding potential from FY 17 to date regarding the welfare of detainees in custody, including but not limited to communication about illnesses, death, medical health services, children's health, and mental health.
4. The number of deaths in CBP custody per month in FY 17, FY 18, and FY 19 to date.

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