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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

SANCTUARY CITIES FOR CRIMINALS

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As cities and states rush to sign 287(g) agreements with Immigration and Customs Enforcement to allow their police forces to become immigration enforcement agencies, unintended consequences are starting to emerge. Namely, criminals are becoming emboldened in targeting illegally present immigrants. After all, why would the victims report the crimes to police officers who have the dual mission of trying to get people deported? And, by the way, when crime starts to rise in one neighborhood because it is completely unchecked, you can assume it's going to eventually start to go up all over town. Evidence is starting to emerge that this is, in fact, beginning to happen.

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  1. janible's Avatar
    I can't help wondering if the crime rate also goes up because criminals realize the police are spending all of the their time looking around for people who appear to be immigrants, instead of watching for felony criminals in action.
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