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2/26 Phoenix, AZ: Police, immigration agents teaming up
Released 06 March 2007  By Associated Press

Phoenix police, immigration agents teaming up

02/26/2007

PHOENIX (AP) -- Ten agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement have joined Phoenix police to get illegal immigrants who commit crimes off the streets.

With agents and officers working side-by-side, officials say the instantaneous exchange of information will mean that criminals and victims in the country illegally can be more quickly identified.

And the faster they are identified, the better chance police have at solving cases, making arrests and putting a dent in illegal immigration.

Phoenix police officials say they're often expected to perform the job of immigration agents, but that's just not possible.


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