When we examine efforts to control
our borders, we can clearly see that a cooperative approach is necessary.
Every level of government's law enforcement is faced with the issue, from
the federal government to local police. This is evidenced by some of the
strategies employed by state and local agencies undertaken due to holes in
border protection. Perhaps some of these efforts are paying off, but we
can also see that economic changes have an impact, as well.
Police chiefs are hired, not elected; so
is it appropriate for chiefs to take a “side” in the immigration debate?
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