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Federal Justice Statistics, 2005 - Statistical Tables


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Table 1.2. Suspects arrested for federal offenses and booked by U.S. Marshals Service, by federal law enforcement agency, October 1, 2004 - September 30, 2005

Arresting agency* Number Percent

    All agencies 140,200   100 %
  Department of Agriculture 154   0.1 %
  Department of Defense 527   0.4 %
  Department of Homeland Security 52,463   37.4 %
    Customs and Border Protection 34,757   24.8  
    Immigration and Customs Enforcement 15,948   11.4  
    Secret Service 1758   1.3  
  Department of the Interior 1265   0.9 %
    Bureau of Indian Affairs 199   0.1  
    Park Police 484   0.3  
    Other 582   0.4  
  Department of Justice 70,285   50.1 %
    Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms and Explosives
6,641   4.7  
    Drug Enforcement Administration 13,345   9.5  
    Federal Bureau of Investigation 10,359   7.4  
    Marshals Service 39,902   28.5  
    Other DOJ 38   0.0  
  Department of State 314   0.2 %
  Department of the Treasury 751   0.5 %
  Federal Judiciary 652   0.5 %
  U.S. Postal Service 1,290   0.9 %
  Other 12,499   8.9 %
    Self-report, subpoena 3,090   2.2  
    State and local 6,416   4.6  
    Task force 611   0.4  
    Other 2,382   1.7  

Note: The Homeland Security Act of 2002 took effect in March 2003, establishing DHS and reorganizing several Federal agencies into new or different departments. As a result, counts of arrests and bookings by the Departments of Homeland Security, Justice, and the Treasury are not comparable to 2003 and prior Compendia. Data from the constituent agencies in those departments, however, are comparable to earlier years.
*This table displays data by the arresting Federal agency. The arresting agency may be different from the Federal agency that initiated the investigation involving the arrestee.

Source: U.S. Marshals Service Prisoner Tracking System file, fiscal year.

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