CBP lacked the IT systems to track separated migrant families and knew it, says IG

FedScoop: Customs and Border Protection knowingly lacked the IT systems capable of tracking separated migrant families when it implemented the Department of Homeland Security’s zero-tolerance policy in May 2018 for immigrants illegally entering the country.

CBP “adopted various ad hoc methods” for tracking detainees without “adequate guidance” from DHS, resulting in “widespread errors,” according to a DHS Office of Inspector General report released Monday.

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