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"When sanctuary cities refuse to comply with ICE detainers, they create a nationwide patchwork of places where the law is enforced and where it isn’t," Scott Brady writes. That's political posturing, not public safety. More:

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A lawsuit filed last week against @LVMPD  asks the courts to end the practice of local police agencies holding people on federal immigration detainers

Maine sheriff questions US attorney's criticism about cooperation on immigration detainers

Oklahoma House passes bill requiring county jails comply with ICE detainers | #okpol  #okleg 

Unimaginable: More than 1,500 aliens with ICE detainers released from the Orange County Jail in 2019, many re-offended (ICE)

Acting Dir Matthew Albence: “ICE is also concerned. @NYPDONeill  , give us a call. In FY19, the ICE NYC field office lodged 7,526 detainers on criminal aliens who accounted for 17,873 criminal convictions & another 6,500 pending criminal charges... (2/3)

Last year @ICEgov  lodged 7,526 detainers via its NY field office, accounting for 17,873 criminal convictions & 6,500 criminal charges - including over 200 homicides, 500 robberies, 1,000 sexual offenses, 1,000 weapons offenses & 3,500 assaults.

Lawmaker wants to mandate county jails comply with ICE detainers | #okpol  #okleg  via @kayla_branch 

ICE Acting Director Albence: "Let’s also be clear about those whom ICE lodges detainers and issues warrants. These individuals are those who have already been arrested for a criminal violation and booked into jail." (11/)

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"It is the height of hypocrisy for NYC to blame ICE for this tragic crime. The mayor & police chief have continually celebrated that they don’t honor ICE detainers, & to deflect the criticism for this completely preventable murder is incredibly disingenuous & shameful... (1/2)

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...ICE could’ve wallpapered the precinct with detainers & #NYPD  would still not have honored them.” –Matthew Albence, Acting Director, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (2/2)

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Today, ICE released more examples of foreign nationals with active ICE detainers who have been detained for serious criminal offenses in North Carolina’s Wake County.

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When law enforcement agencies fail to honor immigration detainers and release serious criminal offenders onto the streets, it undermines ICE’s ability to protect public safety and carry out its mission.

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BREAKING: 2 unlawfully present El Salvadoran teens have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder of a Maryland girl. Both had previously been arrested for attempted murder. In spite of detainers placed on them, both were released without notification to @ICEgov .

Of the nearly 1,300 at-large arrests made this week, our officers apprehended 199 people who could have been arrested at a jail if our detainers had been honored. (2/2)

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The Declined Detainer Report highlights cases in which detainers have not been honored & aliens have later been re-arrested or, to the best of ICE’s knowledge, remain at large, which means ICE has to use significant resources to make at-large arrests

ICE recently arrested 9 in New York who were illegally in the U.S. All were released from NYPD custody with active detainers in place, and had pending criminal charges.

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