For immediate release // excuse cross-postingContact: B. Loewe, NDLON, 773.791.4668, firstname.lastname@example.org New Report Details Prejudice and Pretext in Georgia’s Hyper Immigration EnforcementFederal ICE Access Programs and GA HB87 Driving Unprecedented Targeting and Deportation in the State Atlanta, GA – July 31, 2014Today advocacy organizations publish a new report based on data made available through FOIA litigation with the state…
New Study: US Spends More on Immigration Enforcement Than on Top Federal Criminal Law Enforcement Agencies Combined
A report issued today by the Migration Policy Institute finds that the federal government spends more on immigration enforcement than it does on the FBI, DEA, Secret Service, US Marshalls, and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives combined. It also finds that more people are detained each year in immigration detention facilities than are…
Groundbreaking Report Contradicts Homeland Security Departments’ Claims About Jail Deportation Program
NDLON Calls on Sec. Napolitano to Stop Fearmongering
and Start Addressing Civil Rights Crisis in DHS Immigration Policy
Chicago, IL. 05.16.2012.
Yesterday, WBEZ released a report on recidivism of individuals released under Cook County’s progressive immigration detainer policy, passed in response to dragnet federal immigration programs. The study “finds no evidence that inmates freed from jail against the wishes of immigration authorities reoffend or jump bail more than other freed inmates do.” In response, Pablo Alvarado of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network issued the following statement: