"On a typical work day Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) took 1,509 individuals into custody, according to the latest available ICE data from November and December 2012. During weekends, the volume of detentions decreased to an average of 471 people a day placed in ICE custody. This means that nearly 8,500 individuals were picked up across the country and detained by ICE during a typical week. If activity levels continue at this pace, ICE will detain around 400,000 individuals during the current fiscal year. This report focuses on where these individuals were first detained by ICE based on their initial custody locations." - TRAC, May 20, 2013.