Here’s When Prince George’s County Officers Say They’ll Cooperate With Immigration and Customs Enforcement – NBC4 Washington

The Prince George’s County Police Department is specifically barring officers from serving immigrants with civil warrants after multiple people were wrongfully referred to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

It is now a written policy that Prince George’s officers can only cooperate with ICE in criminal matters, including human trafficking, customs violations, and terrorist activities.“

Let me be clear about one thing: there will not be any consideration of immigration status with respect to the investigation of crimes in Prince George’s County,” said Prince George’s Police Chief Hank Stawinski in a press conference.

Stawinski said it his job to enforce county law, not to create it, and that it is up to federal law enforcement to deal with immigration issues, not local police departments“

Let me be clear about one thing: there will not be any consideration of immigration status with respect to the investigation of crimes in Prince George’s County,” said Prince George’s Police Chief Hank Stawinski in a press conference.

Source: Here’s When Prince George’s County Officers Say They’ll Cooperate With Immigration and Customs Enforcement – NBC4 Washington

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