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Arpaio, Babeu conduct crime sweeps in E.V.
Thu, Jul 23, 2009Pinal County
East Valley TribuneBy Gary Grado, Sonu Munshi, TribuneMaricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio walks Thursday through the command center area at the sheriff's District 1 substation in Mesa during a day of crime suppression sweeps through the East Valley. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, whose agency has dozens of deputies and Read More

Tags: Paul Babeu, Joe Arpaio, Immigration, Immigration law, Pinal County Sheriff, Queen Creek, Department of Homeland Security, I.C.E.

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Napolitano revises local-enforcement policy
Sat, Jul 11, 2009Immigration
Arizona RepublicBy Daniel GonzalezHomeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano imposed strong new standards on Friday for a federal program that lets local police enforce immigration laws, saying the priority is catching and deporting dangerous criminals in the country illegally, not going after illegal immigrants who commit minor offenses.The new guidelines could Read More

Tags: Department of Honeland Security, Janet Napolitano, Maricopa County Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, I.C.E., 287(g) program

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Hispanic males are now majority in county jails
Tue, Jul 7, 2009Immigration
Arizona RepublicBy JJ HensleyThere's a shift under way in the Maricopa County jails.The population of White male inmates, after growing steadily for more than a decade, has dropped in the past five years, while the population of Hispanic male inmates has increased to the point that they make up the Read More

Tags: Maricopa County, Andrew Thomas, Joe Arpaio, Arizona ACLU, Alessandra Soler Meetze, law enforcement, I.C.E

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