287(G) Agreement With Ice

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The National Sheriffs Association has released a position paper supporting the extension of Program 287 (g): “It is essential that local law enforcement maintain and partner with federal authorities so that we can promote, protect and preserve public safety and homeland security together.” [14] Both the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Major Cities Chiefs Association made statements opposing police involvement in immigration enforcement, on the grounds that it was worsening the “trust, communication and cooperation” between the police and the immigrant community necessary for the police to maintain public order. [15] [16] [17] [18] [a] The Law Enforcement Immigration Task Force, consisting of 63 sheriffs and police chiefs, signed a letter stating that they did not want their officers to be immigration chiefs. [19] 287 (g) was also strongly rejected by the ACLU, [20] the American Immigration Council[2] and the Southern Center for Human Rights. [21] Program 287 (g) continues to be largely positive from its partners. Mutually beneficial agreements allow state and local officials to act as an energy multiplier for the identification, arrest and significance of arrest warrants and detainees of foreign detainees, with criminal charges or convictions. Those who are considered to be eligible for deportation are identified while they are still safe under the tutelage of the state or local area, which may reduce the time spent abroad in the custody of a certain number of people. The state and local partners are taking advantage by reducing the number of offenders who are returned to the Community without being screened for immigration offences. Gang members, sex offenders and murderers are often identified and taken into custody after serving their sentences, keeping them out of the community. The effectiveness and security of the program allow ICE to actively engage non-foreign criminals while they are detained in a safe and controlled environment, as opposed to hearing major arrests that can raise security concerns for officers and the community and lead to temporary arrests. Cooperation between federal, regional and local officials brings significant benefits to public safety through better communication from law enforcement and the overall effectiveness of police policing.

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