Dealing with immigration issues is one of the most critical and frustrating challenges police and sheriffs' departments currently face. To solve this problem and take some pressure off their members, the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) has conducted research and met with police leaders to frame immigration policy recommendations not only to guide local authorities, but to inform Congress and the Obama administration as well.
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Title: Police Executive Research Forum: Freeing Local Police from Immigration Enforcement
Publication date 2011-09-23
Publication Year 2011
Carnegie Corporation of New York
North America / United States
, immigration enforcement
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