Tracked and Trapped: Experiences from ICE Digital Prisons


The “Tracked and Trapped: Experiences from ICE Digital Prisons” report highlights the excruciating toll that ICE electronic monitoring and constant surveillance takes on immigrant communities, underscoring the stories of folks forced to enroll in the program.

Over the last year, the Biden administration has rapidly expanded the so-called “alternatives to detention” (ATD) program, also known as ISAP, of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

ISAP is an extension of incarceration, enabling the constant monitoring and e-carceration of immigrant communities. As of April  2022, more than 227,000 immigrants have been forced into the program, which is more than double than the number of people enrolled when Biden took office.

The report is a collaboration between African Bureau for Immigration and Social Affairs (ABISA), Boston Immigration Justice and Accountability Network (BIJAN), Community Justice Exchange, Detention Watch Network, Envision Freedom Fund, Freedom for Immigrants, Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR), Just Futures Law, La Resistencia, Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition (LBIRC), Mijente, Organized Communities Against Deportations (OCAD), and Youth Justice Coalition.

View report in English here

Voir la version française ici

Vea el informe en español aquí

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