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ILRC guide to responding to ICE's Criminal Alien Program (CAP). When ICE is in the jail already, they don't need a detainer or notification of release.
New York City Administractive Code for Responding to ICE Detainers
An Act to create a Department of Corrections in the District of Columbia to limit the circumstances under which the District will comply with an immigration detainer requests from the Unites States Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
King County Superior Court Policy on No Courtroom Arrests Based on Immigration Status
Stanta Cruz County Sheriff's Office executive order ending ICE detainer requests follow federal Oregon ruling.
The purpose of this toolkit is to help you understand the various pieces that make up the massive deportation machine, and to give you the tools to dismantle it. Local authorities need to protect and serve their communities, not criminalize them; and local governments need to invest in the well-being of their residents, not in building jails. It is time for us to hold them accountable. This toolkit is not a one size fits all resource. It is designed to give you the tools to begin to build your local campaign, while taking into account the unique aspects of the locality and community you are working in.
Culver City Police Policy of Responding to ICE Detainer Requests specifically stipulates they city won't honor hold requests or give ICE notification of release dates.
The attached Model Campus Safe Zones Resolution language was developed for K-12 school districts that are contemplating adopting protections for their immigrant students. We recommend that any resolution contain language to address these critical issues: Limiting the sharing of student and family information with federal immigration Authorities, Restricting immigration agents' access to campuses, Prohibiting campus security from collaborating with federal immigration authorities, Providing resources and information for immigrant students and their families. The model resolution provides sample language for these issues. We encourage you to use this language as a template and to adopt as many pieces to fit the needs of your school district. We also encourage you to add additional points beyond what is in this resolution and to share your creative and innovative ideas with us.
Sheriff's policy on detention of undocumented persons, responding to ICE detainer requests, and refusal to particpate in ICE operations.
The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Prevention Act (VTVPA) passed with bipartisan support in 2000. The VTVPA created the U Visa, a nonimmigrant visa for victims of certain crimes who have been, or are likely to be, helpful to law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of a crime. The purpose of this is two-fold. First, it enhances law enforcement's ability to investigate and prosecute crimes. Second, it furthers humanitarian interests by protecting victims of serious crimes.