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Office of Immigration Program Evaluation

The Office of Immigration Program Evaluation (OIPE) is focused on developing and facilitating the implementation of policy and process reforms aimed at the secure, humane and efficient management of immigration enforcement and supervision. OPIE’s portfolio encompasses how individuals come into contact with ICE and how they are supervised through the pendency of their removal proceedings, including case management and the Alternatives to Detention (ATD) program. OPIE is actively engaged with key stakeholders within DHS and ICE, as well as with immigration advocacy groups and other civil society organizations outside ICE.

ICE is drafting uniform standards for its ATD programs and welcomes ideas and input from the public.

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Assistant Director Office of Immigration Program Evaluation

Claire Trickler-McNulty
Assistant Director Office of Immigration Program Evaluation

Ms. Trickler-McNulty is an attorney with extensive experience at Department of Homeland Security (DHS), ICE and in the public sector. Ms. Trickler-McNulty was previously at ICE as the Deputy Assistant Director for the Office of Detention Policy and Planning and as a Deputy Assistant Director within the Enforcement and Removal Operations Custody Management Division. Prior to her work at ICE, she was a Deputy Director for Compliance with the DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. While at ICE, in 2016 she received the Department of Homeland Security Secretary’s Award for Unity of Effort related to her work on detention reform. In 2012 and 2013 she received awards from the CRCL Officer.

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Updated: 12/19/2022