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Illegal Immigrant's Application for Deputy Leads to Her Arrest

July 15, 2010
Despite being in the U.S. illegally for the past 12 years, Maria Elvia Ross was able to obtain a temporary work permit, get a job as a Dallas County sheriff's jailer and avoid detection by her supervisors for several years even though she provided them inconsistent answers about her citizenship, records show.

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.

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.

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.

Up to 225,000 Colo. Drivers Without Valid License Still on the Road

November 3, 2009
More than 200,000 people might be driving illegally in Colorado, and such drivers were involved in crashes that caused nearly one-fourth of all state traffic deaths last year, state auditors reported Monday.

Feds Strip Sheriff Arpaio of Immigration Powers

October 7, 2009
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said he would continue his "crime suppression" sweeps to enforce immigration laws in Arizona, after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security stripped him of powers to arrest illegals based solely on their immigration status, the East Valley Tribune reports.

New Orleans Officers Ordered Not to Make Immigration Status Inquiries

September 10, 2009
The department's announcement seemed to enshrine the city's unofficial policing stance as it pertains to illegal immigrants, many of whom flocked to rebuild the city in the wake of the 2005 flood and, in turn, became prime targets for armed robbers and unscrupulous contractors.

Feds Give $30 Million to Local LE Agencies for Border Security

August 13, 2009
The $30 million in grant funding announced on Tuesday will go to law enforcement agencies along the border for overtime, travel and other costs, according to Homeland Security officials.

Feds Pressure Arpaio to Weaken Immigration Enforcement

August 11, 2009
Phoenix-area residents are getting used to the fanfare and bitter debate that accompany Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's "crime suppression operations," like the one in Chandler nearly two weeks ago. It has been 18 months since Arpaio launched the first raid in central Phoenix, but do they work?

Charlotte Federal Anti-Gang Office Established

July 16, 2009
A permanent federal anti-gang office will open in Charlotte by the end of the summer, U.S. Rep. Sue Myrick announced Wednesday.

Houston Chief Opposes Immigration Enforcement by Police

May 21, 2009
Houston Police Chief Harold Hurtt was in Washington on Wednesday, supporting a study criticizing the controversial immigration program known as 287(g), in which his department is planning to participate.

3 California Counties to Check Immigration Status as Inmates Enter Jail

May 14, 2009
Los Angeles, Ventura and San Diego will become the first counties in California to begin checking the immigration status of all inmates booked into jail as part of a national effort to identify and deport more illegal immigrants with criminal records.

Schemes to Cross Border from Mexico Getting Bolder

May 7, 2009
In the past few months, officials have intercepted three ultralight aircrafts attempting to smuggle drugs into the U.S. The small planes fly so low they evade radar and have been particularly active on the Arizona-Mexico border.

Utah Agencies Resist Cross-Deputizing Officers for Immigration Duty

May 1, 2009
Several law-enforcement agencies in Salt Lake County have expressed reservations about partnering with the federal government's immigration enforcer ahead of a new state law that gives them an opt-out option, according to a report from the Salt Lake Tribune.

Cleaning Out My Files

April 1, 2009

It's no coincidence that the Mumbai terror teams used Google Earth to map out their plan.

Hillary Clinton Says U.S. Shares Blame for Drug War

March 26, 2009
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton accepted shared responsibility Wednesday for the drug violence convulsing Mexico, saying that traffickers "are motivated by the demand for illegal drugs in the United States and are armed by the transfer of weapons from the United States."

Arpaio Allies Outraged by Feds' Actions

March 13, 2009
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's supporters were defending their sheriff, one day after the U.S. Department of Justice announced it was launching an investigation into allegations that sheriff's deputies rely on racial profiling to root illegal immigrants out of the Valley.

Homeland Secretary Wants "Criminal Aliens" Out of U.S.

January 29, 2009
If you're a criminal and an illegal immigrant, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano wants you out of the country. Napolitano wants what she calls "criminal aliens" off American streets. She is looking at existing immigration enforcement programs to see if taxpayers are getting the most bang for their buck.
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