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Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office (North Carolina) - 287(g) FOIA Documents

Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office (North Carolina) - 287(g) FOIA Documents

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Julie
L.
MyersAssistant Secretary
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U.S. De
part
ment
of
Homeland Security
425 I Street.NW
Washington, DC 20536
u.s.
Immigration
and
Customs
E
nforcement
John
P.
ClarkDeputy Assistant Secretary
L
Marcy
M.
Forman
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Director
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Office
of
InvestigationsJohn Torr
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Director. Office
of
Detentio
&
Removal OperationsCabarrus County
Sheriffs
Office request for 287(g) Delegation
of
Authority TrainingOn October 26,2006, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (lCE) Headquarters
(HQ)
received a request for 287(g) Delegation
of
Authority tra.ining from the Cabarrus County
Sheriffs
Office (CCSO) located
in
Concord,
NC.
Brad Riley, Sheriff for the CCSO hasrequested 287(g) Delegation
of
Authority training for 4 deputies
in
the Cabarrus County Jailfacility.
[n
his
letter, Sheriff Riley states,"this program ... will enable us
to
participate withICE
in
identi fying criminal aliens who pose a risk
to
the citizens
of
Cabarrus County." SheriffRiley proposes the establishment
of
"Identification Review Officers" at the facility
to
administer the 287(g) prograln.ASAC Charlotte will
be
available
to
support the Cabarrus County initiative
in
February 2007.The Field Office Director (FOD) has confinned that CCSO
is
not a contract facility; however,CCSO has indicated that they are willing
to
become one. The FOD indicates that the number
of
trained officers
wiJl
'not out strip ORO resources. ORO
is
anticipating
an
additional
100
to
200 beds
to
become available in early spring 2007
at
the Alamance County Jail, NorthCarolina. The FOD also anticipates
15
positions becoming available for the state
of
NorthCarolina.The Field Office Director for the Office
of
Detention and Removal Operations
in
Atlantacurrently has only 2 Deportation Officers (DOs), 4 Immigration Enforcement Agents (lEAs)and insufficient available bed space
to
support CCSO's 287(g) Program request. The FOD has
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