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Big City Chiefs Ask to Meet with DHS Over Immigration

“There needs to be a sense of urgency,” Acevedo said, “when we see asylum seekers that are being distributed throughout the country. We need to know what is the plan and what is the impact on public safety."

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Video: Trump Praises Courage of Fallen at Police Week Ceremony

Trump closed out his speech, saying: "Your loved ones were the finest and the bravest. They did not run. They did not hide. They answered the call."

President Trump Selects Obama-Era Border Patrol Chief to Head ICE

President Donald Trump took to Twitter to announce that his selection for the new director of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) would be Mark Morgan, who during the Obama presidency headed the United States Border Patrol.

Border Patrol Not Welcome at CA College's Job Fair

he U.S. Border Patrol was disinvited from a job fair at a local college in San Jose, California, after a group of activists protested its planned presence and organized a rally for during the fair.

President Trump Declares National Emergency to Fund Border Wall

The president on Friday took executive action—declaring a national emergency—to spend $8 billion for the border wall he has promised since his campaign.

President Trump to Chiefs, Sheriffs at National Conference: "The Wall is Coming"

President Donald Trump delivered remarks to the Major County Sheriffs and Major Cities Chiefs Association Joint Conference in Washington on Wednesday, saying during his speech that "the wall is coming."

Portland City Council Votes to Leave Joint Terrorism Task Force

In a 3-2 vote, elected officials in Portland, OR voted to withdraw the Portland Police Bureau from the national Joint Terrorism Task Force.

Texas State Officers Line the Border in Small Town to Stop Caravan of Immigrants

With the impending arrival of about 50 buses filled with immigrants form Central America, Texas Governor Greg Abbott reportedly sent about 500 Texas DPS officers to the small town of Eagle Pass, where the caravan was expected to cross the border.

Is a Rational, Reasonable Approach to Immigration Enforcement Possible?

Following the murder of Corporal Ronil Singh, elected officials and law enforcement leaders across California are pointing to legislation friendly to illegal immigrants as the reason an illegal immigrant was able to murder the officer in cold blood.

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California Sheriffs Blame Sanctuary Law for Officer's Murder

In the wake of the murder of Newman police officer Ronil Singh, elected officials and law enforcement leaders across California are pointing to SB-54—which prohibits local authorities from sharing information with ICE about certain criminal activity committed by undocumented immigrants—as the reason Gustavo Perez Arriaga was able to murder Singh.

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