ICE says their officers are law enforcement. But they follow a different set of rules than police when it comes to searches and arrests.
Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Jr. is on the shortlist to lead the Department of Homeland Security in Trump’s administration. But his record is of deep concern to immigrants and their advocates who have been battling his policies for years.
The city councilors in Brockton, a city in Massachusetts, have decided to wait until after the presidential election to vote on a measure to make life easier for undocumented immigrants.
US Department of Justice lawyers said in federal court Tuesday they will pursue criminal contempt of court charges against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio for his violation of a federal judge’s order in a racial profiling case.
Ed Ashurst says the smuggling of drugs and people across the border needs to be seen as a real, national problem. Something, he says, the government isn’t doing.
Collection process and scientific rigor are just two things cited as reasons to be skeptical of local law enforcement DNA databases.
Sandra Bland's death has been ruled a suicide, but how she wound up in jail in the first place raises questions about race and law enforcement — questions that have been simmering for over a year since Ferguson and other confrontations between White police and Black Americans.
In response to gang violence in Los Angeles in the 1980s, California passed a law that allowed for sentencing enhancement — lengthening — if the convicted criminal was a member of a gang. It allows prosecutors to stiffen the sentence for certain types of crimes. But figuring out who's a gang member — and who isn't — isn't always as clear-cut as it sounds.
A new bill that will increase intelligence-gathering was passed in the French parliament today. This is not making supporters of civil liberties and privacy in France happy.