Wednesday, 07 March 2012 15:11

80+ Organizations Call on FBI to End Facilitation of no prescription viagra sale ICE’S “Secure Communities” Deportation Program

Groups Demand FBI Address Concerns from Governors and Other High Level State and buy cialis online without prescription Local Officials that Program Undermines Public Safety

          Today, the National Day Laborer Organizing Network and over 80 other civil and immigrant rights organizations sent a letter to canadian pharmacies online viagra the FBI demanding that it end its facilitation of ICE’s Secure Communities deportation program (S-Comm).

 

            The letter charges that S-Comm threatens public safety, encourages racial profiling and undermines community policing by turning local police departments into gateways to deportation. Under S-Comm, the FBI takes all fingerprints submitted by local police for criminal background checks and automatically forwards the prints to federal immigration officials, regardless of whether individual has been convicted of a crime or of the severity of the charge. 

 

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Saturday, 18 February 2012 12:51

Stop Secure Communities

This poster, "Stop InSecure Communities" was designed by Alfredo Burgos with color added by Ernesto Yerena.

It shows what too many of us know, US immigration policies are tearing families apart. It was released as part of generic viagra from canada online a week of action against the program.

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Monday, 13 February 2012 19:13

Law Enforcement Concern with S-Comm

Law Enforcement Leaders Express Growing Concern with Secure Communities Program
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Monday, 13 February 2012 19:13

Law Enforcement Concern with S-Comm

Law Enforcement Leaders Express Growing Concern with Secure Communities Program
Published in Arts and Culture
Monday, 13 February 2012 19:07

Warren Institute: S-Comm by the Numbers

On October 19, 2011, the Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy of the University of California-Berkley, released its report titled “Secure Communities by the Numbers: An Analysis of Demographics and www.wvpt4learning.org Due Process” on Secure Communities. Secure Communities, or S-Comm, is an immigration enforcement program launched in 2008 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) which utilizes local law enforcement resources to enforce federal immigration laws, largely through the data sharing of fingerprint records. The program was advanced in secrecy despite significant public outcry over its devastating effects on communities, costs to local police and reports that crime victims feared coming forward due to the program.

The report relies on data from federal agencies obtained following Freedom of Information Act litigation brought by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), along with the buy viagra order National DayLaborer Organizing Network (NDLON), and the Immigration Justice Clinic of http://www.fildorado.de/generic-viagra-without-prescription-paypal the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

Secure Communities by the Numbers: Warrent Institute
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Monday, 13 February 2012 19:07

Warren Institute: S-Comm by the Numbers

On October 19, 2011, the Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy of the University of California-Berkley, released its report titled “Secure Communities by the Numbers: An Analysis of Demographics and Due Process” on Secure Communities. Secure Communities, or S-Comm, is an immigration enforcement program launched in 2008 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) which utilizes local law enforcement resources to enforce federal immigration laws, largely through the data sharing of fingerprint records. The program was advanced in secrecy despite significant public outcry over its devastating effects on communities, costs to local police and reports that crime victims feared coming forward due to the program.

The report relies on data from federal agencies obtained following Freedom of Information Act litigation brought by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), along with the National DayLaborer Organizing Network (NDLON), and the Immigration Justice Clinic of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

Secure Communities by the Numbers: Warrent Institute
Published in Arts and Culture
Saturday, 11 February 2012 12:01

Restoring Community: S-Comm Report

NDLON and a National Community Advisory Commission published "RESTORING COMMUNITY: A National Community Advisory Report on ICE's Failed “Secure Communities” Program," an authoritative report on the failed Secure Communities program. Download available here or it can be read online below. Add your organization to the list of endorsers here.  

Published in Arts and Culture
Saturday, 11 February 2012 12:01

Restoring Community: S-Comm Report

NDLON and a National Community Advisory Commission published "RESTORING COMMUNITY: A National Community Advisory Report on ICE's Failed “Secure Communities” Program," an authoritative report on the failed Secure Communities program. Download available here or it can be read online below. Add your organization to the list of endorsers here.  

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