VIDEO: ICE Chief Rips Sanctuary Cities For ‘Preventable Tragedies’ With Simple Logic: Capturing Criminals Prevents Crime
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In a speech to law enforcement leaders in Chicago, ICE acting Director Matthew Albence on Monday implored police across the country to reject sanctuary policies and work with federal immigration authorities.
Matthew Albence, the leader of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), joined President Donald Trump on stage at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Chicago. The ICE chief broke down why local and state cooperation with his agency is instrumental in fighting crime.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Our country, and every community within it, is safer when law enforcement at all levels cooperate,” Albence said Monday before the crowd of law enforcement officials. “There are significant human costs to sanctuary laws and policies which ban agencies from working with ICE, to include even the simple sharing of information about criminals in their custody.”
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