Patrick Taurel, Legal Fellow and the American Immigration Council, provides an in-depth look...
More Detainers Placed on Immigrants
Published on Mon, Jun 21, 2010
“There is a concern that police officers working in areas that have secure communities in their local jails may have an incentive, or at least the ability, to make arrests based on race or ethnicity, or to make pretextual arrests of persons they suspect to be in violation of immigration laws, in order to have them run through immigration databases once they are jailed,” according to a 2009 by the Immigration Policy Center on the Secure Communities program and a similar effort, the Criminal Alien Program.
Published in the Texas Tribune | Read Article
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