The 287(g) program was created in 2001 to grant local law enforcement the authority to enforce civil immigration laws.  The predecessor to the Se Communities deportation program, 287(g) sent a chilling effect through immigrant communities and sparked a series of on-going Department of Justice investigations as examples of racial profiling and abuse of power in Maricopa County, view Arizona and places like Gwinnett and Cobb Counties in Georgia became notorious examples of the flawed logic of conscripting police in immigration policies.

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