The U.S. Department of Homeland Security plans to spend $1.8 million to use LexisNexis databases in Miami Twp. to track fugitive illegal immigrants, according to government documents obtained by the Dayton Daily News.
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LexisNexis at a glance
A division of Reed Elsevier, LexisNexis provides computer-assisted legal and professional research services.
LexisNexis provides customers with access to billions of searchable documents and records from more than 45,000 legal, news and business sources.
The company has more than 15,000 employees worldwide, including about about 3,400 in Miami Twp.
Fugitive illegal immigrants by the numbers
469,157: Fugitive illegal alien cases at the end of fiscal year 2012
37,000: Arrests in fiscal year 2012 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement fugitive operations teams
129: Fugitive operations teams deployed nationwide