Friday Five

FridayFive
week of January 17, 2020

A weekly compilation of engaging digital content.

Detainers | ICE Acting Director Matthew Albence hosts news conference on declined detainers

DetainersICE Acting Director Matthew Albence hosts news conference on declined detainers

When law enforcement works together, our communities are safer

"So, today I plead with the people of New York City and all other sanctuary cities throughout this country... Let ICE help keep your communities safer. Allow ICE to prevent crimes such as this sexual assault and murder." Read the remarks (PDF) and watch the video

 

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January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Human TraffickingHuman trafficking victim shares her story

Human trafficking is one of the most heinous crimes investigated by ICE

She felt she deserved it. Tonya felt she couldn’t escape. Afraid and confused, she thought the emotional and physical abuse she endured was her own doing. 

Tonya was a victim of human trafficking. Read more and watch the videos

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ICE is hiring across the U.S.

Work For ICEICE is hiring a physician assistant

IHSC is the only entity in ICE with the responsibility of providing direct care

ICE Health Service Corps (IHSC) is hiring a Physician Assistant in Pearsall, Texas. IHSC provides direct care to approximately 13,500 detainees housed at 21 designated facilities throughout the Nation to include medical, dental and mental health care, and public health services. 

Interested? To learn more and apply, visit USAJOBS.

Don't want to miss another job announcement? Follow us on Twitter at @ICEgov and @ICEgovCareers, or on LinkedIn.

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Central Indiana man sentenced to 200 years in prison for sexually exploiting minors, possessing child pornography

Child ExploitationIowa man sentenced to 9 years for receiving child pornography

This case was investigated by HSI

A northeastern Iowa man was sentenced to nine years in federal prison for receiving child pornography over the internet. Read more

 

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Detainers | 29 criminal aliens released by Franklin County Sheriff's Office in recent weeks

Detainers29 criminal aliens released by Franklin County Sheriff's Office in recent weeks

Several criminal aliens released by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office are currently at-large

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office has released 29 criminal aliens and immigration violators since November 2019, despite written detainer requests filed with them by ICE. Read more

 

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Last Reviewed/Updated: 01/17/2020