Immigration and Customs Enforcement
A program that automatically checks the immigration status of all jail inmates in Colorado quietly went into effect this week following years of opposition and fears it could lead to deportation for otherwise minor offenses or ensnare crime victims.
A group advocating for the rights of immigrants rallied on Friday against what it calls abuse of a program to find criminals.
They were making illegal identification cards and then turning around and selling them cheap. Now two men are behind bars.
Two Greeley SWAT officers won’t face criminal charges in the shooting death of a child pornography suspect.
An Aurora man accused of possessing more than 30,000 images of child pornography has been sentenced to eight years and four months in federal prison.
Immigration officials say 102 people have been arrested for deportation in Colorado and Wyoming as part of a nationwide roundup.
Deportations in Colorado have remained flat in the 10 years since 9/11 despite a heightened emphasis on securing the border and thwarting terrorism.
Several law enforcement agencies across Colorado are carrying out one of the biggest sex offender busts in state history.
More than 70 people are now facing charges in a high-tech crime ring federal investigators call “demented.” The victims are young children.
Several Colorado County sheriffs say can’t afford to pay the costs of an expanding federal program that uses fingerprints to identify illegal immigrants.