ICE.000001.

09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

(b)(2)High

ICE.000002.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000003.09-1368

ICE.000004.09-1368

ICE.000005.09-1368

ICE.000006.09-1368

ICE.000007.09-1368

ICE.000008.09-1368

ICE.000009.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000010.09-1368

ICE.000011.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000012.09-1368

ICE.000013.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000014.09-1368

ICE.000015.09-1368

ICE.000016.09-1368

ICE.000017.09-1368

ICE.000018.09-1368

(b)(6)
(b)(6)

(b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6)

(b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6)

ICE.000019.09-1368

(b)(6)
(b)(6)

ICE.000020.09-1368

ICE.000021.09-1368

ICE.000022.09-1368

ICE.000023.09-1368

(b)(6)

(b)(6) (b)(6)

(b)(6)

ICE.000024.09-1368

(b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6)

ICE.000025.09-1368

ICE.000026.09-1368

(b)(6)

(b)(6) (b)(6)

(b)(6)

ICE.000027.09-1368

(b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6)

ICE.000028.09-1368

ICE.000029.09-1368

ICE.000030.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000031.09-1368
(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000032.09-1368
(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6)

(b)(6) (b)(6)

(b)(6)

ICE.000033.09-1368

(b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6) (b)(6)

ICE.000034.09-1368

ICE.000035.09-1368

ICE.000036.09-1368

ICE.000037.09-1368

ICE.000038.09-1368

ICE.000039.09-1368

ICE.000040.09-1368

ICE.000041.09-1368

ICE.000042.09-1368

ICE.000043.09-1368

ICE.000044.09-1368

ICE.000045.09-1368

ICE.000046.09-1368

ICE.000047.09-1368

ICE.000048.09-1368

ICE.000049.09-1368

ICE.000050.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000051.09-1368

ICE.000052.09-1368

ICE.000053.09-1368

ICE.000054.09-1368

ICE.000055.09-1368

ICE.000056.09-1368

ICE.000057.09-1368

ICE.000058.09-1368

ICE.000059.09-1368

ICE.000060.09-1368

ICE.000061.09-1368

ICE.000062.09-1368

ICE.000063.09-1368

ICE.000064.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000065.09-1368

ICE.000066.09-1368

ICE.000067.09-1368

ICE.000068.09-1368

ICE.000069.09-1368

ICE.000070.09-1368

ICE.000071.09-1368

ICE.000072.09-1368

ICE.000073.09-1368

ICE.000074.09-1368

ICE.000075.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(2)High

(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C) (b)(2) (High)

ICE.000076.09-1368

ICE.000077.09-1368

ICE.000078.09-1368

ICE.000079.09-1368

ICE.000080.09-1368

ICE.000081.09-1368

ICE.000082.09-1368

ICE.000083.09-1368

ICE.000084.09-1368

ICE.000085.09-1368

ICE.000086.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000087.09-1368

ICE.000088.09-1368

ICE.000089.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

ICE.000090.09-1368

ICE.000091.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C) (b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000092.09-1368

ICE.000093.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High (b)(2)High (b)(2)High

(b)(2) (High) (b)(2) (High)

ICE.000094.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

ICE.000095.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000096.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000097.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000098.09-1368

ICE.000099.09-1368

ICE.000100.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

ICE.000101.09-1368

ICE.000102.09-1368

ICE.000103.09-1368

ICE.000104.09-1368

ICE.000105.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

ICE.000106.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

ICE.000107.09-1368

ICE.000108.09-1368

ICE.000109.09-1368

ICE.000110.09-1368

ICE.000111.09-1368

ICE.000112.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

ICE.000113.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

ICE.000114.09-1368

ICE.000115.09-1368

ICE.000116.09-1368

ICE.000117.09-1368

ICE.000118.09-1368

ICE.000119.09-1368

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

(b)(2) (High)
(b)(2)High

ICE.000120.09-1368

ICE.000121.09-1368

ICE.000122.09-1368

ICE.000123.09-1368

ICE.000124.09-1368

ICE.000125.09-1368

ICE.000126.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000127.09-1368

ICE.000128.09-1368

ICE.000129.09-1368

ICE.000130.09-1368

ICE.000131.09-1368

ICE.000132.09-1368

ICE.000133.09-1368

ICE.000134.09-1368

ICE.000135.09-1368

ICE.000136.09-1368

ICE.000137.09-1368

ICE.000138.09-1368

ICE.000139.09-1368

ICE.000140.09-1368

ICE.000141.09-1368

ICE.000142.09-1368

ICE.000143.09-1368

ICE.000144.09-1368

ICE.000145.09-1368

ICE.000146.09-1368

ICE.000147.09-1368

ICE.000148.09-1368

ICE.000149.09-1368

ICE.000150.09-1368

ICE.000151.09-1368

ICE.000152.09-1368

ICE.000153.09-1368

ICE.000154.09-1368

ICE.000155.09-1368

ICE.000156.09-1368

ICE.000157.09-1368

ICE.000158.09-1368

ICE.000159.09-1368

ICE.000160.09-1368

ICE.000161.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000162.09-1368

ICE.000163.09-1368

ICE.000164.09-1368

ICE.000165.09-1368

ICE.000166.09-1368

ICE.000167.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000168.09-1368

ICE.000169.09-1368

ICE.000170.09-1368

ICE.000171.09-1368

ICE.000172.09-1368

ICE.000173.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000174.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000175.09-1368

ICE.000176.09-1368

ICE.000177.09-1368

ICE.000178.09-1368

ICE.000179.09-1368

ICE.000180.09-1368

ICE.000181.09-1368

ICE.000182.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000183.09-1368

ICE.000184.09-1368

ICE.000185.09-1368

ICE.000186.09-1368

ICE.000187.09-1368

ICE.000188.09-1368

ICE.000189.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000190.09-1368

ICE.000191.09-1368

(b)(6)

ICE.000192.09-1368

ICE.000193.09-1368

ICE.000194.09-1368

ICE.000195.09-1368

ICE.000196.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000197.09-1368

ICE.000198.09-1368

ICE.000199.09-1368

ICE.000200.09-1368

ICE.000201.09-1368

ICE.000202.09-1368

ICE.000203.09-1368

ICE.000204.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000205.09-1368

ICE.000206.09-1368

ICE.000207.09-1368

ICE.000208.09-1368

ICE.000209.09-1368

ICE.000210.09-1368

ICE.000211.09-1368

ICE.000212.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)
(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000213.09-1368

ICE.000214.09-1368

ICE.000215.09-1368

ICE.000216.09-1368

ICE.000217.09-1368

ICE.000218.09-1368

ICE.000219.09-1368

ICE.000220.09-1368

ICE.000221.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000222.09-1368

ICE.000223.09-1368

ICE.000224.09-1368

ICE.000225.09-1368

ICE.000226.09-1368

ICE.000227.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000228.09-1368

ICE.000229.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000230.09-1368

ICE.000231.09-1368

ICE.000232.09-1368

ICE.000233.09-1368

ICE.000234.09-1368

ICE.000235.09-1368

ICE.000236.09-1368

ICE.000237.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000238.09-1368

ICE.000239.09-1368

ICE.000240.09-1368

ICE.000241.09-1368

ICE.000242.09-1368

ICE.000243.09-1368

ICE.000244.09-1368

ICE.000245.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000246.09-1368

ICE.000247.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000248.09-1368

ICE.000249.09-1368

ICE.000250.09-1368

ICE.000251.09-1368

ICE.000252.09-1368

ICE.000253.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000254.09-1368

ICE.000255.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000256.09-1368

ICE.000257.09-1368

ICE.000258.09-1368

ICE.000259.09-1368

ICE.000260.09-1368

ICE.000261.09-1368

ICE.000262.09-1368

ICE.000263.09-1368

ICE.000264.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000265.09-1368

ICE.000266.09-1368

ICE.000267.09-1368

ICE.000268.09-1368

ICE.000269.09-1368

ICE.000270.09-1368

ICE.000271.09-1368

ICE.000272.09-1368

ICE.000273.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000274.09-1368

ICE.000275.09-1368

ICE.000276.09-1368

ICE.000277.09-1368

ICE.000278.09-1368

ICE.000279.09-1368

ICE.000280.09-1368

ICE.000281.09-1368

ICE.000282.09-1368

ICE.000283.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000284.09-1368

ICE.000285.09-1368

ICE.000286.09-1368

ICE.000287.09-1368

ICE.000288.09-1368

ICE.000289.09-1368

ICE.000290.09-1368

ICE.000291.09-1368

ICE.000292.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C) (b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000293.09-1368

ICE.000294.09-1368

ICE.000295.09-1368

ICE.000296.09-1368

ICE.000297.09-1368

ICE.000298.09-1368

ICE.000299.09-1368

ICE.000300.09-1368

ICE.000301.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000302.09-1368

ICE.000303.09-1368

ICE.000304.09-1368

ICE.000305.09-1368

ICE.000306.09-1368

ICE.000307.09-1368

ICE.000308.09-1368

ICE.000309.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000310.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000311.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c (b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C) (b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000312.09-1368

ICE.000313.09-1368

ICE.000314.09-1368

ICE.000315.09-1368

ICE.000316.09-1368

ICE.000317.09-1368

ICE.000318.09-1368

ICE.000319.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000320.09-1368

ICE.000321.09-1368

ICE.000322.09-1368

ICE.000323.09-1368

ICE.000324.09-1368

ICE.000325.09-1368

ICE.000326.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000327.09-1368

ICE.000328.09-1368

ICE.000329.09-1368

ICE.000330.09-1368

ICE.000331.09-1368

ICE.000332.09-1368

ICE.000333.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000334.09-1368

ICE.000335.09-1368

ICE.000336.09-1368

ICE.000337.09-1368

ICE.000338.09-1368

ICE.000339.09-1368

ICE.000340.09-1368

ICE.000341.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

ICE.000342.09-1368

ICE.000343.09-1368

ICE.000344.09-1368

ICE.000345.09-1368

ICE.000346.09-1368

ICE.000347.09-1368

ICE.000348.09-1368

ICE.000349.09-1368

ICE.000350.09-1368

ICE.000351.09-1368

ICE.000352.09-1368

ICE.000353.09-1368

ICE.000354.09-1368

ICE.000355.09-1368

ICE.000356.09-1368

(b)(6), (b)(7)c

(b)(6), (b)(7)(C)

ICE.000357.09-1368

ICE.000358.09-1368

ICE.000359.09-1368

ICE.000360.09-1368

ICE.000361.09-1368

ICE.000362.09-1368

ICE.000363.09-1368

ICE.000364.09-1368

ICE.000365.09-1368

ICE.000366.09-1368

ICE.000367.09-1368

ICE.000368.09-1368

ICE.000369.09-1368

ICE.000370.09-1368

ICE.000371.09-1368

ICE.000372.09-1368

ICE.000373.09-1368

ICE.000374.09-1368

ICE.000375.09-1368

ICE.000376.09-1368

ICE.000377.09-1368

ICE.000378.09-1368

ICE.000379.09-1368

ICE.000380.09-1368

ICE.000381.09-1368

ICE.000382.09-1368

ICE.000383.09-1368

ICE.000384.09-1368

ICE.000385.09-1368

ICE.000386.09-1368

ICE.000387.09-1368

ICE.000388.09-1368

ICE.000389.09-1368

ICE.000390.09-1368

ICE.000391.09-1368

ICE.000392.09-1368

ICE.000393.09-1368

ICE.000394.09-1368

ICE.000395.09-1368

ICE.000396.09-1368

ICE.000397.09-1368

ICE.000398.09-1368

ICE.000399.09-1368

ICE.000400.09-1368

ICE.000401.09-1368

ICE.000402.09-1368

ICE.000403.09-1368

ICE.000404.09-1368

ICE.000405.09-1368

ICE.000406.09-1368

ICE.000407.09-1368

ICE.000408.09-1368

ICE.000409.09-1368

ICE.000410.09-1368

ICE.000411.09-1368

ICE.000412.09-1368

ICE.000413.09-1368

ICE.000414.09-1368

ICE.000415.09-1368

ICE.000416.09-1368

ICE.000417.09-1368

ICE.000418.09-1368

ICE.000419.09-1368

ICE.000420.09-1368

ICE.000421.09-1368

ICE.000422.09-1368

ICE.000423.09-1368

ICE.000424.09-1368

ICE.000425.09-1368

ICE.000426.09-1368

ICE.000427.09-1368

ICE.000428.09-1368

ICE.000429.09-1368

ICE.000430.09-1368

ICE.000431.09-1368

ICE.000432.09-1368

ICE.000433.09-1368

ICE.000434.09-1368

ICE.000435.09-1368

ICE.000436.09-1368

ICE.000437.09-1368

ICE.000438.09-1368

ICE.000439.09-1368

ICE.000440.09-1368

ICE.000441.09-1368

ICE.000442.09-1368

ICE.000443.09-1368

ICE.000444.09-1368

ICE.000445.09-1368

ICE.000446.09-1368

ICE.000447.09-1368

ICE.000448.09-1368

ICE.000449.09-1368

BI Incorporated Intensive Supervision and Appearance Program (ISAP) Monthly Progress Report
For Period Covering September 2005

Statistical Summary*
Combined ISAP Office Information (8 Offices) Sept 2005 Year to Date Program to Date

Active Participants as of 9/30/2005 Total Participants Served as of 9/30/2005 Total Terminations

1,395 1,464 69 Sept 2005 9 9 14 5 2 0 6 12 10 2 0 18 1 1

1,395 1,641 246 Year to Date 35 22 36 19 5 8 27 39 32 21 2 91 3 1

1,395 2,431 1,036 Program to Date 235 79 144 81 36 33 191 84 86 67 4 225 22 2 43%
Of Total Served

Terminations by Type A. Compliance with court order (alien removed/ departed voluntarily) B. Proceeding terminated or relief granted C. Unable to locate (pre-order) D. Unable to locate (post-order) E. Other Program violations (pre-order) F. Other Program violations (post-order) G. Alien no longer required to participate in ISAP H. Alien apprehended for removal I. Pending verification that alien self-deported or let under voluntary departure J. Apprehended by local law enforcement K. Other Total “Unable to Locate” (Type C and D) Apprehension of “Unable to Locate” (Type C and D) Grievances

% Of Total Terminations

23% 8% 14% 8% 3% 3% 18% 8% 8% 6% 0%

*All of these statistics will continue to be reconciled with DRO to ensure accurate reporting of the ISAP inactive population. Updates are reflected, as appropriate, on future reports.

Placements The month of September ended with 1,395 active participants. Of those, 117 were in the Intense phase, 244 in the Intermediate phase and 1,034 in the Regular phase. There were 78 new placements during the month and 69 terminations. This resulted in a month end active count that was nine more than the 1,386 active participants at the end of August. There have been 40 duplicate cases program to date. These participants had been previously terminated and later reinstated into ISAP. There have been 6 transfers program to date as well.
ICE.000450.09-1368

Portland had the most significant growth, for the second month in a row, at 9%. While Miami had an overall decline, they did have 7 successful terminations and 3 pending removal. The growth from July to August and cost rates were as follows:
End of month active participant count (August to September) Average cost per client, per office Average Rate at Full Capacity

ISAP Location

Growth Rate from August to September

Baltimore San Francisco Saint Paul Kansas City Miami Portland Philadelphia Denver

-.5% -2% +4% +3% -4% +9% +1% +4%

188 to 187 184 to 181 163 to 169 184 to 190 295 to 283 68 to 74 191 to 193 113 to 118

22.11 23.36 20.23 20.52 18.38 27.01 22.23 23.33

21.83 23.05 19.51 20.22 At Capacity 20.22 22.08 20.67

Terminations There have been 1,036 terminations (Inactive ISAP participants) since program inception. There have been 314 or 31% removed from the country, verified voluntary departure or relief granted (type A and B) terminations. These are considered successful ISAP terminations and once they are closed in DACS become successful completions overall. BI continues to work closely with DRO to help improve compliance with final orders and improve the rate of successful completions. In a continued attempt to verify self-departures, when possible, a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE), with a second copy of the G-146, are provided to the participant prior to departure. Since this inception, three of those envelopes were returned to the Kansas City ISAP Office and one to the Philadelphia ISAP Office, bearing the official stamp and signature of DHS personnel indicating that the alien did, in fact, depart the United States. Additionally, in Kansas City the COTR has added a section on the G-146 that includes the DRO fax# and e-mail with a request to the consulate/embassy to fax completed forms or scan and send. The St. Paul Program Manager and one case specialist were issued security badges to the security area of the Minneapolis Airport in order to verify participant departures. Staff have a non-law enforcement role and simply witness the participant board the airplane for international flights. In San Francisco, staff report progress with travel documents to their COTR on a weekly basis. This includes copies of all travel document applications, follow up letters submitted by participants, and certified letter receipts. The number of terminations “unable to locate” (types C and D) is 225 or 22%. These terminations are of the highest concern. Each has an “unauthorized absence report” filed and if appropriate, DRO headquarters gives these names to the fugitive operations unit. Staff continues to keep all contact information, updated in AccuTrax to assists DRO in locating participants at a higher rate. The number of terminations due to violating the program rules or being rearrested (type E and F) is 69 or 6%. Participants terminated as “no longer required to participate in ISAP”, (type G) is 191 or 18%. The number of participants that are being held for removal or pending verification that they self-deported or left under voluntary departure (type H and I) are 170 or 16%. There have been 67 (6%) participants arrested by local law enforcement (type J) and 4 terminated as other (type K).
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Court Compliance
EOIR Hearings EOIR Hearings Scheduled (includes multiple hearings for single participants) EOIR Hearings Attended (includes multiple hearings for single participants) % Compliance (EOIR Attendance at ALL hearings while active ISAP) Hearings of final decision (while active ISAP only) Hearings of final decision ordered in absentia (while active ISAP only) % Attendance at hearings of Final Decision (while active ISAP only) September 2005 145 142 98% 45 3 93% Year to Date 408 401 98% 93 6 94% Program to Date 1,701 1,662 98% 386 33 91%

There were 3 missed hearings for active participants during the month of September. One Denver participant had been compliant in the program and attended 2 prior hearings but failed to appear at his most recent court hearing. This participant is still at large. Two participants failed to appear for their final hearings in Miami. One traveled by mass transit and the train broke down. The participant brought copies of his train and bus ticket and his attorney is filing a motion to reopen. The second participant states that she was told by her attorney’s office not to appear but does acknowledge that she was told by her ISAP Case Specialist that she should appear. Personnel & Training (see attached for complete roster and certification status)
Combined ISAP Office Information (8 Offices) Sept 05 Program to Date Turnover Program to Date

Active Employees ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Employees Inactive Employees (offer given pending clearance) ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Inactive Employees Separated ISAP Employees ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Separated Employees 8 35 5 48

0 3 0 3

NA

0 0 0 0

2 10 0 12

25% *41% 0% 34%

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Security Clearance & Training/Certification Status Security Clearances Approved Security Clearances Denied Security Clearances Pending Training/Certification Received – Active Employees Training/Certification Pending – Active Employees Case Specialist to Participant Ratio

1 0 1 48 0 1:42

54 1 NA 57 NA

* 4 of the case specialists separated during the security clearance process.

Portland ISAP has one new case specialist being trained in the month of October. Her security clearance is pending. Meetings were held with the training department this month to determine upcoming case specialist refresher trainings, ensure contract requirements for training are in place for this year and to identify any other training needs from the field. Staff are finalizing data entry for all ISAP referrals program to date in order to begin running the new AccuTrax reports that were put into production last month.

Contract Compliance Annual Report The Performance Work Statement required that BI prepare a report in the style of a “Lessons Learned” document. A draft was submitted to DRO and approval to finalize the report was received on September 16, 2005. The completed document was distributed on September 26, 2005. While the report provides much more information than the contract required, we believe that this first year of the pilot program is an important time to show the outcomes and success DRO has experienced with ISAP. The report itself is very comprehensive. It has an overview of the program as well as an outline of events leading up to the implementation of ISAP. There is an outcomes section that shows very promising first year results in appearance rates at final order hearings as well as compliance with final orders. Data for compliance with final hearings and final orders was received from DACS. The lessons learned section includes input from local FODS and COTR’s and is a valuable learning piece for the program. Office Closure Due to the threat posed by Hurricane Rita, the Miami ISAP was closed on Tuesday 9/20/05. In advance of this office closing, all participants due to report were contacted and advised of their new reporting date. ISAP staff remained available via the emergency contact number and cell phones. The DRO FOD and COTR were notified and consulted during the process. Grievance There was one grievance submitted during the month of September from a St. Paul participant. The participant had two mains concerns: first, he did not want to allocate time in his weekly schedule at home during hours that allowed ISAP staff to conduct unscheduled home visits and second he requested a new Case Specialist. The Program Manager responded to the grievance and the Participant and his lawyer approached the manager to discuss the resolution. Local DRO personnel were notified of all details of the grievance.

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Pending Items Per contract requirements, updated Policy and Procedures (P&P) were submitted to DRO on August 2, 2005; feedback was received and updates were turned in on September 15, 2005. Once the manual is approved many of the items on the following chart will be completed as they have been integrated into the updated manual. The chart is an ongoing compilation of action items as a result of meetings with DRO November 2004, and February, April and May of 2005. Completed action items have been removed.
Item Progress Due Date

Same day notification of failures to appear. Notification to COTR of participant address change. Release paperwork to be copied and reviewed by ISAP staff to ensure they are aware of all conditions of release. Develop general definition of reasonable service area. BI to develop request to extend monitoring beyond the Intensive phase. DACS/CIS access.

Process continues to be followed on a daily basis. Written procedure submitted to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Process continues to be followed. Procedure to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Process continues to be followed. Procedure to DRO for approval on 12-30-04.

Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. No date set.

Contract Performance Report.

Update BI ISAP policy and procedure manual (includes orientation handbook).

Procedure to determine local general service areas written and submitted to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Procedure for the use of technology outside of the Intense phase submitted for approval 12-3104. DRO working with BI on an Interconnection Security Agreement and finalizing what is needed for access in the ISAP offices. BI afforded opportunity for comments and was requested to register on the Government website. Pending notice that account has been activated. Once activated the report will be posted. 8-2-05 Submitted to DRO 9-15-05 Submitted with requested changes

No date set.

Pending DRO approval

Miami Expansion BI presented a price proposal on September 23, 2004 in response to a request to expand the Miami population to 400 participants. The proposal was amended on the 26th of October, the 11th of November and the 10th of March. BI met via teleconference on September 19 with Carol Amano and staff to go over the Miami price proposal. More details were requested and these were submitted on September 20, 2005. The proposal is pending approval at this time.

Community Liaison The Baltimore Program Manager, Stacie Moore, was invited to present an overview of the ISAP program at the quarterly Baltimore Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) meeting. Stacie Moore completed a 20-minute overview of the ISAP program. The discussion covered details of the phase system and goals of the program. The audience included several NGO’s and the presentation highlighted utilization of local community resources used to assist the ISAP participants.
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Staff members continue to assess participants for appropriate services while also developing local relationships and referral sources for participants. Baltimore Case Specialist David Jones developed a map to distribute to ISAP participants in English and Spanish. ISAP also worked with a participant who was involved in a domestic violence situation. ISAP referred the participant to several different organizations to assist her. World Relief, The Adobe Project, Central Booking and the House of Ruth were all utilized to provide the participant with information for her immigration case, living arrangements, a protective order, and the status of her abuser. The participant is now stabilized with safe housing arrangements, a protective order and is moving forward with her immigration case.

Media There were no media contacts during the month of September.

Comments The ISAP offices continue to work in cooperation to share experiences, successes and help one another improve program quality and outcomes. This month two participants that absconded from Miami were believed to be in Philadelphia. The Miami Program Manager communicated with the Philadelphia Program Manager and the Philadelphia staff attempted home visits at the address given by the Participant’s sponsor in Miami. In a separate incident, a Baltimore participant has been ‘unable to locate’ from the ISAP program, but is scheduled to appear in a Miami court. The Miami staff has the court date and it is anticipated local DRO will be able to apprehend the participant. The scheduled meeting in Washington DC for August 26th was delayed due to priorities around the Border Strategy as well as assisting with Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. This meeting has not yet been rescheduled. The Annual Report was forwarded to Headquarters and it is anticipated the meeting to review the first year outcomes will be rescheduled for later this month.

October 7th, 2005 Ann M. Schlarb, VP ISAP Services Date

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BI Incorporated Intensive Supervision and Appearance Program (ISAP) Monthly Progress Report
For Period Covering October 2005

Statistical Summary*
Combined ISAP Office Information (8 Offices) October 2005 Year to Date Program to Date

Active Participants as of 10/31/2005 Total Participants Served as of 10/31/2005 Total Terminations

1,442 1,502 60 October 2005 4 5 2 6 1 1 2 18 11 9 1 8 0 1

1,442 1,741 306 Year to Date 42 27 38 25 6 9 29 54 43 30 3 63 3 1

1,442 2,536 1,101 Program to Date 239 85 146 86 36 35 193 103 97 76 5 232 22 2 43%
Of Total Served

Terminations by Type A. Compliance with court order (alien removed/ departed voluntarily) B. Proceeding terminated or relief granted C. Unable to locate (pre-order) D. Unable to locate (post-order) E. Other Program violations (pre-order) F. Other Program violations (post-order) G. Alien no longer required to participate in ISAP H. Alien apprehended for removal I. Pending verification that alien self-deported or let under voluntary departure J. Apprehended by local law enforcement K. Other Total “Unable to Locate” (Type C and D) Apprehension of “Unable to Locate” (Type C and D) Grievances

% Of Total Terminations

22% 8% 13% 8% 3% 3% 18% 9% 9% 7% 0%

*All of these statistics will continue to be reconciled with DRO to ensure accurate reporting of the ISAP inactive population. Updates are reflected, as appropriate, on future reports.

Placements The month of September ended with 1,442 active participants. Of those, 141 were in the Intense phase, 221 in the Intermediate phase and 1,080 in the Regular phase. There were 107 new placements during the month and 60 terminations. This resulted in a month end active count that was 47 more than the 1,395 active participants at the end of September. There have been 45 duplicate cases program to date. These participants had been previously terminated and later reinstated into ISAP. There have been 6 transfers program to date as well.
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Denver had record growth for their office at 35 new referrals and the most significant growth overall for the month. The growth from September to October and cost rates were as follows:
End of month active participant count (September to October) Average daily cost per client, per office Average Daily Rate at Full Capacity

ISAP Location

Growth Rate from September to October

Baltimore San Francisco Saint Paul Kansas City Miami Portland Philadelphia Denver

-2% +2% +4% -3% +3% +1% +4% +24%

187 to 184 181 to 185 169 to 175 190 to 185 283 to 291 74 to 75 193 to 201 118 to 146

$22.23 $23.36 $20.12 $20.45 $18.44 $26.53 $22.13 $22.65

$21.83 $23.05 $19.51 $20.22 At Capacity $20.22 $22.08 $20.67

Terminations There have been 1,101 terminations (Inactive ISAP participants) since program inception. There have been 324 or 30% removed from the country, verified voluntary departure or relief granted (type A and B) terminations. These are considered successful ISAP terminations and once they are closed in DACS become successful completions overall. The number of terminations “unable to locate” (types C and D) is 232 or 21%. These terminations are of the highest concern. Each has an “unauthorized absence report” filed and if appropriate, DRO headquarters gives these names to the fugitive operations unit. Staff continues to keep all contact information, updated in AccuTrax to assists DRO in locating participants. The number of terminations due to violating the program rules or being rearrested (type E and F) is 71 or 6%. Participants terminated as “no longer required to participate in ISAP”, (type G) is 193 or 18%. The number of participants that are being held for removal or pending verification that they self-deported or left under voluntary departure (type H and I) are 200 or 18%. There have been 76 (7%) participants arrested by local law enforcement (type J) and 5 terminated as other (type K). Court Compliance
EOIR Hearings EOIR Hearings Scheduled (includes multiple hearings for single participants) EOIR Hearings Attended (includes multiple hearings for single participants) % Compliance (EOIR Attendance at ALL hearings while active ISAP) Hearings of final decision (while active ISAP only) Hearings of final decision ordered in absentia (while active ISAP only) % Attendance at hearings of Final Decision (while active ISAP only) October 2005 113 111 98% 29 2 93% Year to Date 525 516 98% 120 8 93% Program to Date 1,816 1,776 98% 413 36 91%

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There were 2 missed hearings for active participants during the month of October. Two Miami participants were late to court due to car trouble and checked in with the court clerk at arrival but were ordered removed in absentia. Additionally, in Miami, all court hearings scheduled for the week of October 24, 2005 through October 28, 2005 were canceled due to the aftermath of Hurricane Wilma. Personnel & Training (see attached for complete roster and certification status)
Combined ISAP Office Information (8 Offices) Oct 05 Program to Date Turnover Program to Date

Active Employees ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Employees Inactive Employees (offer given pending clearance) ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Inactive Employees Separated ISAP Employees ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Separated Employees Security Clearance & Training/Certification Status Security Clearances Approved Security Clearances Denied Security Clearances Pending Training/Certification Received – Active Employees Training/Certification Pending – Active Employees Case Specialist to Participant Ratio 8 34 5 47

0 2 0 2

NA

0 1 0 1

2 11 0 13

25% *46% 0% 38%

1 0 0 50 0 1:42

55 1 NA 63 NA

* 4 of the case specialists separated during the security clearance process.

The new Portland Case Specialist received security clearance and completed her training certification in the month of October. BI trainer, Tammy Coon, traveled to the Portland office to train the new case specialist and while there also provided the remaining case specialists with refresher training to include AccuTrax, assessment, service plans, file maintenance and report writing. Philadelphia will be in the process of hiring one new case specialist with the growth in numbers and Miami is down one case specialist. There has been a delay in Miami’s process due to Hurricane Wilma. Several ISAP offices attended training on a new piece of technology. BI Inc now has a Group Home Monitoring Unit that can be used to track several participants living at the same address. ISAP has been able to do this in the past, but this new equipment simplifies the process and uses fewer pieces of equipment. The technology is available for use with a landline or a cellular unit. ISAP staff also attended an internal training regarding the 6-month internal audit process. Employees were reminded about the contract requirements that will be covered in the upcoming audit. The audit tool was reviewed and any questions were answered.
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The Kansas City Program Manager received additional training on the DACS system from the COTR, Paul Mitchell.

Contract Compliance Office Closure Hurricane Wilma affected the Miami ISAP office and the South Florida area. The office did not sustain any major storm damage but is still operating without electric power to date. The office was officially closed on October 24th and 25th. The remainder of the week was utilized to assess the hurricane aftermath and develop a plan for a return to operation. Face to face reports and home visits were suspended after consultation with the Miami DRO Field Office Director and an assessment of environmental hazards, such as availability of gasoline, access to roads, curfews imposed by county governments, and limited communication ability. Participants were contacted whenever possible and advised not to report until November 1, 2005. Efforts to contact all participants commenced on October 25. By November 4th, ISAP staff had either seen or spoken to all but 13 participants. Resumption of face-to-face and home visits began on November 1, 2005. Home visits are being focused on the hardest hit areas to make contact with participants in areas without telephone, cell phone and electricity who cannot be reached in other ways. ISAP staff continues to work to reestablish normal operations and programming, despite the remaining challenges. Pending Items Per contract requirements, updated Policy and Procedures (P&P) were submitted to DRO on August 2, 2005; feedback was received and updates were turned in on September 15, 2005. Once the manual is approved many of the items on the following chart will be completed as they have been integrated into the updated manual. The chart is an ongoing compilation of action items as a result of meetings with DRO November 2004, and February, April and May of 2005. Completed action items have been removed.
Item Progress Due Date

Update BI ISAP policy and procedure manual (includes orientation handbook). Same day notification of failures to appear. Notification to COTR of participant address change. Release paperwork to be copied and reviewed by ISAP staff to ensure they are aware of all conditions of release. Develop general definition of reasonable service area. BI to develop request to extend monitoring beyond the Intensive phase. DACS/CIS access.

8-2-05 Submitted to DRO. 9-15-05 Submitted with requested changes. Process continues to be followed on a daily basis. Written procedure submitted to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Process continues to be followed. Procedure to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Process continues to be followed. Procedure to DRO for approval on 12-30-04.

Pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. No date set.

Procedure to determine local general service areas written and submitted to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Procedure for the use of technology outside of the Intense phase submitted for approval 12-3104. DRO working with BI on an Interconnection Security Agreement and finalizing what is needed for access in the ISAP offices.
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Contract Performance Report.

BI afforded opportunity for comments and was requested to register on the Government website. Received notice that account has been activated.

No date set.

Miami Expansion Note: no update from last month BI presented a price proposal on September 23, 2004 in response to a request to expand the Miami population to 400 participants. The proposal was amended on the 26th of October, the 11th of November and the 10th of March. BI met via teleconference on September 19 with Carol Amano and staff to go over the Miami price proposal. More details were requested and these were submitted on September 20, 2005. The proposal is pending approval at this time.

Community Liaison The St. Paul Program Manager attended the NGO quarterly roundtable discussion on October 28th and conducted a briefing on community resource needs for the program participants. The information was well received and it is anticipated more referral resources will be available for Participants as a result. In Baltimore, ISAP was highlighted at the Quarterly AILA meeting in October. DRO COTR Todd Falvey gave an overview of the ISAP program to approximately 100 attorneys. ISAP Handbooks and brochures were available to the attorneys. The Program Manager’s contact information was also distributed should any of the AILA members desire more information about the program. In Portland, a participant with health issues was referred to the Old Town Clinic, a division of Central City Concern. The participant was provided with healthcare to address his issues and is doing well. Baltimore completely overhauled its bus system in October. New maps and information packets were available in the ISAP office to assist participants who utilize public transportation.

Media There were no media contacts during the month of October. There was an article in the Philadelphia Weekly on October 19, 2005 concerning the apprehension and deportation of an ISAP participant. The article detailed the immigration history of the individual with references to electronic monitoring and twice a month reporting, but there was no specific mention of ISAP.

Comments Meetings are scheduled in Washington DC for the week of November 7th. On November 8th various meetings with Congressional staffers and BI are anticipated to occur, providing an opportunity for education about the ISAP program. On November 9th a meeting is scheduled with DRO at their office to review the history, first year outcomes, and assess ongoing priorities for ISAP.

November 7, 2005 Ann M. Schlarb, VP ISAP Services Date
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BI Incorporated Intensive Supervision and Appearance Program (ISAP) Monthly Progress Report
For Period Covering November 2005

Statistical Summary*
Combined ISAP Office Information (8 Offices) Nov 2005 Year to Date Program to Date

Active Participants as of 11/30/2005 Total Participants Served as of 11/30/2005 Total Terminations

1,473 1,547 74 Nov 2005 7 12 12 6 1 0 5 10 11 7 3 18 1 0

1,473 1,851 378 Year to Date 49 39 50 29 7 9 34 64 54 37 6 79 4 1

1,473 2,643 1,170 Program to Date 255 94 158 92 37 35 198 111 99 83 8 250 23 2 44%
Of Total Served

Terminations by Type A. Compliance with court order (alien removed/ departed voluntarily) B. Proceeding terminated or relief granted C. Unable to locate (pre-order) D. Unable to locate (post-order) E. Other Program violations (pre-order) F. Other Program violations (post-order) G. Alien no longer required to participate in ISAP H. Alien apprehended for removal I. Pending verification that alien self-deported or let under voluntary departure J. Apprehended by local law enforcement K. Other Total “Unable to Locate” (Type C and D) Apprehension of “Unable to Locate” (Type C and D) Grievances

% Of Total Terminations

22% 8% 14% 8% 3% 3% 17% 9% 8% 7% 1%

*All of these statistics will continue to be reconciled with DRO to ensure accurate reporting of the ISAP inactive population. Updates are reflected, as appropriate, on future reports.

Placements The month of November ended with 1,473 active participants. Of those, 154 were in the Intense phase, 226 in the Intermediate phase and 1,093 in the Regular phase. There were 105 new placements during the month and 74 terminations for a net gain of 31 participants. There have been 47 duplicate cases program to date. These participants had been previously terminated and later reinstated into ISAP. There have been 6 transfers program to date as well.
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Baltimore had the most significant growth for the month, almost hitting the 200 mark. St. Paul is beginning to experience nice growth and Philadelphia is continuing the steady consistency of prior months. The growth from October to November and cost rates were as follows:
End of month active participant count (October to November) Average daily cost per client, per office Average Daily Rate at Full Capacity

ISAP Location

Growth Rate from October to November

Baltimore San Francisco Saint Paul Kansas City Miami Portland Philadelphia Denver

+8% +3% +6% +1% -3% -3% +5% -1%

184 to 199 185 to 190 175 to 185 185 to 187 291 to 283 75 to 73 201 to 211 146 to 145

$22.16 $23.31 $19.92 $20.49 $18.38 $26.56 $21.94 $21.92

$21.83 $23.05 $19.51 $20.22 At Capacity $20.22 At Capacity $20.67

Terminations There have been 1,170 terminations (Inactive ISAP participants) since program inception. There have been 349 or 30% removed from the country, verified voluntary departure or relief granted (type A and B) terminations. These are considered successful ISAP terminations and once they are closed in DACS become successful completions overall. The number of terminations “unable to locate” (types C and D) is 250 or 22%. These terminations are of the highest concern. Each has an “unauthorized absence report” filed and if appropriate, DRO headquarters gives these names to the fugitive operations unit. Staff continues to keep all contact information, updated in AccuTrax, to assist DRO in locating participants. The number of terminations due to violating the program rules or being rearrested (type E and F) is 72 or 6%. Participants terminated as “no longer required to participate in ISAP”, (type G) is 198 or 17%. The number of participants that are being held for removal or pending verification that they self-deported or left under voluntary departure (type H and I) are 210 or 15%. There have been 83 (7%) participants arrested by local law enforcement (type J) and 8 (1%) terminated as other (type K). Court Compliance
EOIR Hearings EOIR Hearings Scheduled (includes multiple hearings for single participants) EOIR Hearings Attended (includes multiple hearings for single participants) % Compliance (EOIR Attendance at ALL hearings while active ISAP) Hearings of final decision (while active ISAP only) Hearings of final decision ordered in absentia (while active ISAP only) % Attendance at hearings of Final Decision (while active ISAP only)
2

November 2005 163 159 98% 47 4 91%

Year to Date 679 666 98% 167 12 93%

Program to Date 1,983 1,939 98% 460 40 91%

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There were three missed hearings for the month of November. San Francisco had one missed hearing that resulted in an order of removal in absentia. It is believed the participant is living with his family in Canada. Miami had 51 total hearings during the month of November. Two resulted in final orders being issued in absentia, however we have maintained contact with the participants. One participant claims to have been in court but was told by the attorney to wait for him in the court lobby. He is currently back on the intensive phase of supervision with ISAP pending the outcome of attempts to reopen his case or execution of the existing order of removal. The other participant claims she missed due to the inability of public transportation after the hurricane. She has not yet filed to reopen her case and is also on the intensive phase.

Personnel & Training (see attached for complete roster and certification status)
Combined ISAP Office Information (8 Offices) Nov 05 Program to Date Turnover Program to Date

Active Employees ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Employees Inactive Employees (offer given pending clearance) ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Inactive Employees Separated ISAP Employees ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Separated Employees Security Clearance & Training/Certification Status Security Clearances Approved Security Clearances Denied Security Clearances Pending Training/Certification Received – Active Employees Training/Certification Pending – Active Employees Case Specialist to Participant Ratio

8 34 5 47

0 1 0 1

NA

0 1 0 1

2 12 0 14

25% *50% 0% 41%

0 0 1 50 0 1:43

55 1 NA 63 NA

4 of the case specialists separated during the security clearance process.

One security clearance is pending for a Denver Case Specialist and there was one termination for the month in Philadelphia. With open positions and counts growing in some offices, we are currently working on filling the following positions: 2 Case Specialists in Philadelphia 2 Case Specialists in Miami 1 Case Specialist in Kansas City 1 Case Specialist in St. Paul Several trainings took place throughout the month:
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Refresher training was held on Games Criminals Play and Manipulative Behavior for all ISAP staff Program Managers received refresher training on the internal audit process. San Francisco Program Manager, Fred Hamdun, attended full day training on human trafficking, presented by the East Bay Anti-Trafficking Task force and sponsored by the City of Oakland Police Department, U.S. Department of Justice BJA and Cross-Sector Solutions LLC. He will attend follow-up training in December. Should ISAP receive this type of participant, these trainings will assist in the specialized treatment and related issues they face. Philadelphia staff received training for the new barcode scanning system for recording and documenting home visits. It is anticipated they will provide full training for ISAP once this new system is rolled out.

Contract Compliance DRO Meeting Bruce Thacher and Ann Schlarb met with DRO personnel from Headquarters in DC on November 9th. A program overview and first year outcomes presentation was made to the Chief of the Alternatives to Detention Unit, Yvonne Evans and her team. This meeting also provided an opportunity to meet the new Contracting Officer, Anthony Gomez. BI and Anthony have been working together to bring him up to date on all of the pending items noted in the chart below. A similar presentation is anticipated to be scheduled for Director John Torres. Update on Miami after Hurricane Wilma The Miami program operated for the entire month of November. Prior to November 8th, the office had no power. During this time, staff continued their efforts to locate all assigned participants, provide any emergency assistance needed, and reinstitute all program requirements and schedules. Other ISAP offices in the country reached out to help with AccuTrax data entry while the power was out and several Miami staff entered data and made phone calls from their homes. Throughout the crisis, staff was able to contact and maintain contact with the majority of the program’s participants. Many of the participants continued to report to ISAP as soon as they were able, despite a waiver or reduction of these requirements, which was communicated to them early into the recovery phase of the storm’s aftermath. Close contact was maintained with DRO and their assistance and guidance during this time was much appreciated. Pending Items Per contract requirements, updated Policy and Procedures (P&P) were submitted to DRO on August 2, 2005; feedback was received and updates were turned in on September 15, 2005. Once the manual is approved, many of the items on the following chart will be completed, as they have been integrated into the updated manual. Once approved, training will begin to implement all updates and changes. The chart is an ongoing compilation of action items as a result of meetings with DRO November 2004, and February, April and May of 2005. Completed action items have been removed.

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Item

Progress

Due Date

Update BI ISAP policy and procedure manual (includes orientation handbook). Same day notification of failures to appear. Notification to COTR of participant address change. Release paperwork to be copied and reviewed by ISAP staff to ensure they are aware of all conditions of release. Develop general definition of reasonable service area. BI to develop request to extend monitoring beyond the Intensive phase. DACS/CIS access.

8-2-05 Submitted to DRO. 9-15-05 Submitted with requested changes. Process continues to be followed on a daily basis. Written procedure submitted to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Process continues to be followed. Procedure to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Process continues to be followed. Procedure to DRO for approval on 12-30-04.

Pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. No date set.

Contract Performance Report.

Procedure to determine local general service areas written and submitted to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Procedure for the use of technology outside of the Intense phase submitted for approval 12-3104. DRO working with BI on an Interconnection Security Agreement and finalizing what is needed for access in the ISAP offices. BI afforded opportunity for comments and was requested to register on the Government website. Received notice that account has been activated.

No date set.

Miami Expansion BI presented a price proposal on September 23, 2004 in response to a request to expand the Miami population to 400 participants. The proposal was amended on the 26th of October, the 11th of November and the 10th of March. BI met via teleconference on September 19 with Carol Amano and staff to go over the Miami price proposal. More details were requested and these were submitted on September 20, 2005. The Contracting Officer, Anthony Gomez, met with BI this month to go over any final questions regarding the proposal and he is currently working on a write-up. It is anticipated this will be finalized over the next few weeks. Home visit scanning system BI has been investigating improved systems for scanning and documenting home visits by case specialists in the field. The Philadelphia ISAP team took the initiative in investigating improved solutions and a pilot was run through their office using a new scanner system attached to a Nextel phone. It has been very successful and we anticipate rolling the system out to all ISAP over the next 1-2 months. The new system provides increased management tools, to include a verification of where the Participant’s ID card was scanned via GPS.

Community Liaison Jeffrey Ashford, from the House Appropriations Subcommittee for Homeland Security, in attendance with several DRO personnel, toured the Baltimore ISAP on November 2nd. Program Manager Stacie
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Moore gave an overview of the ISAP program model. Ann Schlarb was also in attendance, and a meeting with the FOD and COTR was held the following day. On November 21st, St. Paul Program Manager Lynn Mershon and Field Office Director Scott Baniecke met with AILA members to discuss questions regarding ISAP. The meeting was positive and the program well received. The home of a Kansas City participant was destroyed by a fire this month. The Red Cross gave immediate temporary assistance; ISAP personnel connected them with the Union City Mission for ongoing housing and Harvesters International for food. Portland made referrals to the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO) this month as well as a counseling referral to El Progama Hispano for a domestic violence situation. Miami provided several referrals for participants suffering storm damage from Hurricane Wilma, utilizing state, local, and federal agencies.

Media There were no media contacts during the month of November. Kansas City staff viewed a story on local news regarding an amnesty program believed to be a scam and taking money from illegal aliens. They noted that the participant being interviewed was possibly one of their absconders. BI headquarters obtained a copy of the interview and the tape is being forwarded to DRO for any possible follow-up.

Comments Meetings were held with Congressional staffers in November providing an opportunity for education about the ISAP program. The response to the program and its first year outcomes was very positive and recommendations for further meetings were made by several of the staff members. These recommendations are being followed up with meetings scheduled for the week of December 12th. It is also possible BI will meet with DRO personnel during that week as well for continued follow up on outcomes and ongoing priorities.

November 7, 2005 Ann M. Schlarb, VP ISAP Services Date

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BI Incorporated Intensive Supervision and Appearance Program (ISAP) Monthly Progress Report
For Period Covering December 2005 Statistical Summary*
Combined ISAP Office Information (8 Offices) Dec 2005 Year to Date Program to Date

Active Participants as of 12/31/2005 Total Participants Served as of 12/31/2005 Total Terminations Terminations by Type A. Compliance with court order (alien removed/ departed voluntarily) B. Proceeding terminated or relief granted C. Unable to locate (pre-order) D. Unable to locate (post-order) E. Other Program violations (pre-order) F. Other Program violations (post-order) G. Alien no longer required to participate in ISAP H. Alien apprehended for removal I. Pending verification that alien self-deported or let under voluntary departure J. Apprehended by local law enforcement K. Other Total “Unable to Locate” (Type C and D) Apprehension of “Unable to Locate” (Type C and D) Grievances

1,435 1,537 102 Dec 2005 12 11 6 7 5 0 16 9 24 6 6 13 0 0

1,435 1,915 480 Year to Date 71 50 56 36 12 9 50 69 72 43 12 92 4 0

1,435 2,707 1,272 Program to Date 277 105 164 99 42 35 214 116 117 89 14 263 23 3 47%
Of Total Served

% Of Total Terminations

22% 8% 13% 8% 3% 3% 17% 9% 9% 7% 1%

*All of these statistics will continue to be reconciled with DRO to ensure accurate reporting of the ISAP inactive population. Updates are reflected, as appropriate, on future reports.

Placements The month of December ended with 1,435 active participants. Of those, 117 were in the Intense phase, 221 in the Intermediate phase, and 1,097 in the Regular phase. There were 64 new placements during the month and 102 terminations for a net loss of 38 participants. There have been 48 duplicate cases program to date. These participants had been previously terminated and later reinstated into ISAP. There have been 6 transfers program to date as well. Although Baltimore had the most significant growth for November, they had the most significant decrease for December. Six of the sites experienced a loss of numbers this month, with Denver and St.
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Paul maintaining their November rates. The decrease is attributed to the holidays and it is anticipated it will pick back up in January. The growth from November to December and cost rates were as follows:
Growth Rate from November to December End of month active participant count (November to December) Average daily cost per client, per office Average Daily Rate at Full Capacity

ISAP Location

Baltimore San Francisco Saint Paul Kansas City Miami Portland Philadelphia Denver

-10% -2% +1% -1% -3% -7% -.5% 0%

199 to 180 190 to 186 185 to 187 187 to 185 283 to 274 73 to 68 211 to 210 145 to 145

$22.18 $23.28 $19.76 $20.58 $18.68 $26.68 $21.84 $22.07

$21.83 $23.05 $19.51 $20.22 At Capacity $20.22 At Capacity $20.67

Terminations There have been 1,272 terminations (Inactive ISAP participants) since program inception. There have been 382 or 30% removed from the country, verified voluntary departure, or relief granted (type A and B) terminations. These are considered successful ISAP terminations and once they are closed in DACS become successful completions overall. The number of terminations “unable to locate” (types C and D) is 263 or 21%. These terminations are of the highest concern. Each has an “unauthorized absence report” filed and if appropriate, DRO headquarters gives these names to the fugitive operations unit. Staff continues to keep all contact information updated in AccuTrax, to assist DRO in locating participants. The number of terminations due to violating the program rules or being rearrested (type E and F) is 77 or 6%. Participants terminated as “no longer required to participate in ISAP” (type G), is 214 or 17%. The number of participants that are being held for removal, pending verification that they self-deported, or left under voluntary departure (type H and I) is 233 or 18%. There have been 89 (7%) participants arrested by local law enforcement (type J) and 14 (1%) terminated as other (type K). Court Compliance
EOIR Hearings EOIR Hearings Scheduled (includes multiple hearings for single participants) EOIR Hearings Attended (includes multiple hearings for single participants) % Compliance (EOIR attendance at ALL hearings while active ISAP) Hearings of final decision (while active ISAP only) Hearings of final decision ordered in absentia (while active ISAP only) % Attendance at hearings of Final Decision (while active ISAP only) December 2005 182 181 99% 29 1 97% Year to Date 861 847 98% 196 13 93% Program to Date 2,165 2,120 98% 487 41 92%

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There was one missed hearing for the month of December. A Baltimore participant failed to report for her court hearing. She also quit both of her jobs and failed to report back to the ISAP office. She was termed as a type E-violator but the term may be altered to an unable to locate once the 30-day appeal has expired. St. Paul ISAP staff, while attending a particpant’s court hearing, overheard false testimony given by the participant to the EOIR judge. The information was put into an emergency report and delivered to the local COTR for follow-up.

Personnel & Training (see attached for complete roster and certification status)
Combined ISAP Office Information (8 Offices) Dec 05 Program to Date Turnover Program to Date

Active Employees ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Employees Inactive Employees (offer given pending clearance) ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Inactive Employees Separated ISAP Employees ISAP Program Managers ISAP Case Specialists ISAP Participant Administrators TOTAL Separated Employees Security Clearance & Training/Certification Status Security Clearances Approved Security Clearances Denied Security Clearances Pending Training/Certification Received – Active Employees Case Specialist to Participant Ratio 8 34 4 46

0 2 0 2

NA

0 1 0 1

2 10 0 12

25% 41% 0% 35%

0 0 2 50 1:42

55 1 NA 63

Security clearances are pending for a Denver and a Kansas City case specialist. The St. Paul case specialist position was filled through a promotion of the participant administrator. We are currently working on filling the following positions: 2 Case Specialists in Philadelphia 4 Case Specialists and one Participant Administrator in Miami 1 Case Specialist in San Francisco Several trainings took place throughout the month:  Saint Paul DRO personnel provided ISAP staff with travel document training.
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San Francisco Program Manager, Fred Hamdun, attended a follow up training on human trafficking, presented by the East Bay Anti-Trafficking Task force and sponsored by the City of Oakland Police Department, U.S. Department of Justice BJA and Cross-Sector Solutions LLC. The information was passed on to the San Francisco ISAP staff as well. Note taking and report writing was conducted. All ISAP staff will rotate through this training as part of contractual requirements. Games Criminals Play/Manipulative Behavior was provided for all ISAP staff from the BI training department. Baltimore staff attended CPR renewal courses.

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Contract Compliance DRO Meeting Bruce Thacher and Ann Schlarb met with DRO personnel from Headquarters in DC on December 14th. In attendance from DRO were Anthony Gomez, and Steven Branch. The first (b)(6), (b)(7)c year outcomes were review post order population in the 9th Circuit of San Francisco and the possibility of providing a specialized pilot model. Miami Expansion The Miami expansion modification was approved on December 15th. This will allow a satellite office to expand up to 400 participants. In order to most effectively meet the needs of DRO, The ISAP Program Manager, John LaPallo, developed a briefing presentation on current participant locations and projected terminations. A meeting, including the Field Officer Director, Deputy Director, Supervising Deportation Officer, and COTR, was held to review this data and discuss planning for the satellite site. The group determined that the satellite site would be best able to meet the needs of the local district if it were located in Palm Beach County. This location combined with the existing site will provide for an expanded service area and reasonably permit enrollment of participants who reside from Indian River County to Southern Dade County and the lower keys. A tentative plan to locate a viable site and implement this office has been drafted. Staff recruiting and selection has begun. BI has engaged a commercial real estate firm to locate potential sites in the agreed upon area. Local DRO staff will be advised of our progress and included in major decision-making related to site selection and implementation. Program Reviews Six-month program reviews will be conducted throughout the month of January. The Program Compliance and Outcomes Manager, Julie Truschel, oversees these reviews. Results will be reported in the month of February. Pending Items Per contract requirements, updated Policy and Procedures (P&P) were submitted to DRO on August 2, 2005; feedback was received and updates were turned in on September 15, 2005. Once the manual is approved, many of the items on the following chart will be completed as they have been integrated into the updated manual. Once approved, training will begin to implement all updates and changes. The chart is an ongoing compilation of action items as a result of meetings with DRO November 2004, and February, April and May of 2005. Completed action items have been removed.
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Item

Progress

Due Date

Update BI ISAP policy and procedure manual (includes orientation handbook).

8-2-05 Submitted to DRO. 9-15-05 Submitted with requested changes. 1-4-06 The new handbook was taken to print as the supply of old books was depleted. Notice was given to HQ and the CO. Process continues to be followed on a daily basis. Written procedure submitted to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Process continues to be followed. Procedure to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Process continues to be followed. Procedure to DRO for approval on 12-30-04.

Pending DRO approval.

Same day notification of failures to appear. Notification to COTR of participant address change. Release paperwork to be copied and reviewed by ISAP staff to ensure they are aware of all conditions of release. Develop general definition of reasonable service area. BI to develop request to extend monitoring beyond the Intensive phase. DACS/CIS access.

Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. Included in updated P&P; pending DRO approval. No date set.

Contract Performance Report.

Procedure to determine local general service areas written and submitted to DRO for approval on 12-30-04. Procedure for the use of technology outside of the Intense phase submitted for approval 12-3104. DRO working with BI on an Interconnection Security Agreement and finalizing what is needed for access in the ISAP offices. BI afforded opportunity for comments and was requested to register on the Government website. Received notice that account has been activated.

No date set.

Community Liaison Community referrals continue for ISAP participants. In Kansas City, the Union City Mission was used to provide food and shelter for a participant and his family who are in temporary custody of the Division of Family Services. A Portland Participant was referred to Russian Oregon Social Services for drug treatment delivered in Russian. A Denver case specialist met the Director of the Alternatives Pregnancy Center at a church dinner, and one participant has been referred for services. The St. Paul Program Manager, Lynn Mershon, received a call from an individual who identified himself as the president of a local charter school that focuses on immigrants. This individual was questioning why one of his students had to wear an ankle bracelet and stated that he believed this student was being harassed. This person was informed that his concerns would be relayed to the proper personnel and the COTR was immediately notified of the situation with all contact details.

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Media There were no media contacts during the month of December.

Comments On December 15th, BI was asked by DRO to prepare a proposal for assisting with the supervision of the non-detained docket in New Orleans. A brief proposal was submitted on December 18th. No further information has been received at this time. As a follow up to November, additional meetings were held with Congressional staffers in December, providing an opportunity for education about the ISAP program. Once again, the response to the program and its first year outcomes was very positive and recommendations for further meetings were made by several of the staff members. These recommendations are being followed up with meetings scheduled for the week of January 23rd. BI is also available to meet with DRO personnel that week for continued follow up on outcomes and ongoing priorities.

January 9, 2006 Ann M. Schlarb, VP ISAP Services Date

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