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    Sheriff's Office to get a leg up on immigration problem

    Sheriff's Office to get a leg up on immigration problem

    By Josh Lanier
    Tuesday, September 25, 2007

    In an effort to combat illegal immigration, the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office will work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in a program that will begin in the county this year.

    The program, called 287g, gives sheriff’s deputies ICE training and tools to identify inmates who are in the country illegally. Anyone who is deported under this program will face a minimum of five years in prison if they are found to be in the U.S. illegally again.

    “This is a way of leveling the playing field,

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    Charlotte, NC
    This is great news for the Peidmont area in NC.
    But I'm sick of hearing that we shouldn't do this because the illegals
    might be afraid to report crime. Of course anyone who is breaking
    the law (illegal alien, for example) is afraid to call the Police. Duh!

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