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USMiami police chief denounces anti-sanctuary bill: ‘I don’t care if you have papers or don’t have papers’

12:05  23 march  2019
12:05  23 march  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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Estes Park police chief Wes Kufeld stated that, "As far as day-to-day policing , people are not required to provide proof of immigration status, and our officers are not required by ICE to check immigration status, nor to conduct sweeps for undocumented individuals.

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Miami police chief denounces anti-sanctuary bill: ‘I don’t care if you have papers or don’t have papers’© @MiamiPD via Twitter

Miami ’s police chief pushed back Friday against an anti-sanctuary state bill that would require Florida law enforcement agencies to cooperate with federal immigration officials.

“The truth is I’d prefer not to have this job if I have to ask fellow officers to go check where someone came from before helping them,” Miami police Chief Jorge Colina said during a Spanish-language interview with radio station WURN-AM.

The bill, SB 168, would prohibit “sanctuary” policies and require state and law enforcement to comply with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) personnel by requiring authorities to honor requests to detain those considered “removable aliens” under federal immigration law.

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It denounces some unnamed local leaders in non-legal language: “ Sanctuary jurisdictions across the United States willfully violate Federal law in an attempt to shield aliens from removal from the United States. A number of cities have rules against such notifications; but the order sweeps in much more.

HOUSTON — It is often called Texas’ “show me your papers ” law, but few papers are actually being shown in some of the state’s biggest cities. A federal appeals court on Tuesday largely upheld the Texas immigration law known as Senate Bill 4, which bans so-called sanctuary cities in the state.

Currently, an ICE detainer request is not deemed a requirement for local authorities.

“I don’t care if you have papers or don’t have papers, where you came from, or who your parents are,” Colina said. “That’s not my job. My job is to make sure everyone in this city is safe.”

The bill has drawn protests from immigration-rights groups and would give whistleblower status to officers who report citizenship violations by undocumented immigrants, the Miami Herald reported .

The bill’s sponsor, Republican state Sen. Joe Gruters, said the federal government “doesn’t take into effect whether you’ve committed a felony or a misdemeanor. My advice is if you’re not breaking the law, this bill will not impact you whatever” during a contentious vote to advance the legislation earlier this month.

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" I don ' t know any police department that does that." The crackdown on sanctuary cities has put police chiefs at the center of a political battle over immigration Acevedo said state and federal pushback against sanctuary cities has already made it harder for his officers to do their jobs, as immigrants are

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Florida state Sen. Annette Taddo, a Democrat, told the Herald on Friday the bill is about gaining “political points."

“This bill is about reelecting Donald Trump,” she said. “That’s all this bill is.“

Sanctuary policies have come under fire in recent years as critics cite them as a public safety risk. An illegal immigrant from El Salvador charged in the stabbing death of Bambi Larson in California was the subject of several unanswered detainer requests before he was freed.

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