The ICE Office of State, Local and Tribal Coordination (OSLTC) is responsible for building and improving relationships and coordinating partnership activities for multiple stakeholders – including state, local and tribal governments, as well as law enforcement agencies/groups and non-governmental organizations.
OSLTC performs the following functions in support of the ICE mission:
OSLTC is headquartered in Washington, D.C.
OSLTC assists ICE in building strong partnerships with federal, state, local, tribal, law enforcement and community groups to promote public safety, national security and border integrity.
Harold Hurtt is the assistant director of the Office of State, Local and Tribal Coordination for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Mr. Hurtt oversees outreach and communication between ICE, local law enforcement agencies and groups, tribal leaders, non-governmental organizations and elected officials. Mr. Hurtt is a law enforcement professional with more than 40 years of experience and a record of significant accomplishments. In 2004, he was selected to serve as the police chief for the Houston Police Department, the country's fourth largest police department, overseeing a staff of nearly 7,000 personnel. Prior to his time in Houston, Mr. Hurtt served as the police chief in Phoenix, the nation's fifth largest police department. For six years, he also led the Oxnard Police Department in California. Hurtt began his law enforcement career with the Phoenix Police Department in 1968. Mr. Hurtt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology from Arizona State University (1977) and a master's degree in organizational management from the University of Phoenix (1991).