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Criticized the transfer of detained migrants to US prisons


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Criticized the transfer of detained migrants to US prisons

Post by rocky on Sun 10 Jun 2018, 1:28 am

[ltr]Criticized the transfer of detained migrants to US prisons[/ltr]
[ltr]Arab and international[/ltr]
 Since 2018-06-09 at 18:50 (Baghdad time)
Follow - Mawazine News 
Immigration lawyers and prison workers have criticized the US decision to transfer hundreds of detained migrants to five US prisons, saying this puts detainees and prison staff at risk. 
Critics pointed out that prison workers, who are used to dealing with convicted criminals, may lack training to deal with detained migrants who may be unable to obtain the legal, medical and translation resources they will need while in prison. 
"The last thing the government has to do is to put migrants in prisons," said Omar Jawdat, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Migrant Rights Program, "in this way you can detain more people who pose no threat to anyone." 
The US Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement has concluded a 120-day agreement with the Federal Prison Service and the US Marshall Service, a law enforcement agency, to house some 1,600 people in jail pending immigration or deportation hearings, Reuters reported on Thursday. 
The move came after the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Department (ICE) had no place to hold detainees after President Donald Trump's administration imposed a policy of non-complacency with illegal immigration. 
The policy includes the separation of migrant women and children, the prosecution of all illegal border crossing, and the making of asylum approval more difficult. 
Officials from the Justice Ministry and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Enforcement Agency defended the arrangement, saying it had been used before. 
"The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Department uses the space of the federal prison office periodically, and coordination at this level is another example of why Congress should act to provide resources for the administration," said a Justice Department official. 
"The administration is confident of the safety and security of detainees at these sites," said Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesperson Danny Bennett.[/ltr]


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