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You Are In Eric Holder's Crosshairs

July 22, 2010
Our A.G. is seemingly convinced that cops are if not inherently racist, then at least subject to serious lapses in judgment when it comes to race.

Two Southern Arizona Sheriffs Set Up Legal Defense Fund

July 15, 2010
Sheriffs' Dever and Babeu are strong advocates of the new SB 1070 law that requires officers with reasonable suspicion to ask subjects about their immigration status.

Holder Says He May File Second Suit Against Arizona

July 11, 2010
Holder made the announcement on CBS' "Face the Nation" news program. The Department of Justice has already sued to overturn the law based on the concept that immigration falls under a federal rather than state control.

Obama's DOJ Will Sue To Overturn Arizona Immigration Law

July 6, 2010
Federal attorneys will argue the legal doctrine of "preemption," which is based on the Constitution's supremacy clause and says that federal law trumps state statues. The filing will also contain a civil-rights argument that the law would lead to police harassment of U.S. citizens and foreigners.

Arizona Cops Expect Videotape Scrutiny of Immigration Enforcement

July 1, 2010
Arizona police officers should expect opponents of a new immigration law to videotape their actions to try to prove they're racially profiling Hispanics, according to a training video released Thursday.

Obama Blasts Arizona Immigration Law As 'Ill Conceived'

July 1, 2010
During the speech, Obama said immigration reform is a federal responsibility and should be passed with bi-partisan support.

Arizona Immigration Law Training Film

July 1, 2010

The Arizona Peace Officer Standards Training board produced a 90-minute video for distribution to all police agencies in the state for training on enforcing the state's new immigration law. Here are excerpts.

Chiefs Tell A.G. Holder Why They Oppose Ariz. Immigration Law

May 26, 2010
The chiefs have taken the position that the law will drive a wedge between the police and immigrant communities, and divert police from investigating more serious crimes.

Phoenix Officer Is Second To Sue In Federal Court to Overturn Immigration Law

May 18, 2010
In his claim, Salgado says enforcing the law means he would violate the rights of Hispanics and be forced to expend his own time and resources to familiarize himself with the law's requirements.

Why I Support Arizona's New Immigration Law

May 13, 2010
Federal law states the burden of proof falls on the alien for documents of legal immigration. How can a transfer of custody take place if you aren't allowed to ask for documents?

14 of 17 Detained In Shooting of Arizona Deputy Are Suspected Illegals

May 1, 2010
Pinal County Sheriff's Deputy Louis Puroll was shot on Friday with an AK-47 during a patrol of a rugged desert area that's frequently traveled by drug and human smugglers.

Tucson Officer Sues to Overturn Arizona Immigration Law

April 30, 2010
Officer Martin Escobar claims the law will hinder police investigations in areas that are predominately Hispanic and needlessly divert police resources.

Arizona Sheriff Calls Immigration Law Racist and Won't Enforce It

April 29, 2010
In an interview with a local TV channel, Dupnik calls the law racist and says he won't enforce it. He also says he currently detains illegal immigrants and transfers them to ICE officials.

Phoenix Officers' Rep Says Law Tells Chiefs to 'Get Out of the Way' on Immigration

April 27, 2010
Arizona's new immigration law does not mandate that law enforcement officers get involved in "routine immigration enforcement," the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association's Mark Spencer told a local radio host.

Arizona P.O.S.T. Begins Developing Immigration Enforcement Training

April 27, 2010
The Arizona P.O.S.T. Board is considering ideas such as 5-10 minute videos that could be played for officers during daily briefings or additional sensitivity training to prevent racial profiling.

Arizona P.O.S.T. Board To Train Cops on Immigration Law

April 25, 2010
The training standards board is now reviewing the law Brewer signed Friday that requires officers to detain people they suspect are in the country illegally and check their immigration status with federal officials.

Arizona Immigration Law Gives Officers Ability to Detain Suspected Illegals

April 23, 2010
Arizona officers will now be required "when practicable" to detain people they suspect are in the country illegally and verify their status with federal officials unless doing so would hinder an investigation or emergency medical treatment.
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