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    RI Immigrations summit: Officers meet to discuss the laws

    Immigrations summit: Officers meet to discuss the laws
    01:00 AM EDT on Thursday, August 21, 2008
    By Amanda Milkovits
    Journal Staff Writer


    Warwick Police Chief Stephen McCartney, left, U.S. Attorney Robert Clark Corrente, standing, and Julie Myers, head of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, at the law enforcement training session.

    The Providence Journal / Bob Thayer
    PROVIDENCE

    More than 70 police commanders from nearly every department in Rhode Island met privately yesterday morning to discuss methods to handle the illegal immigration issue.

    Col. Brendan Doherty, the superintendent of the state police, had called for this meeting, held jointly with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, to talk about his agency’s policies and what the state police have learned from their encounters with the issue, in hopes of sharing their ideas with the local police. David Riccio, the resident-agent-in-charge of the ICE office in Providence, was there to discuss immigration laws and the federal agency’s jurisdiction.

    “This will give us the tools to uphold the law in a fair –– a fair –– and equitable manner,
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    Just ask everyone is they are a citizen or in the country illegally if they are not arrest and deport...just how hard can that be.
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