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287g is a program voted into Tarrant County in June 2017 by the Tarrant County Commissioner’s Court. The program is used in several states and dates to shortly after 9/11.
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ICE doesn’t belong in Tarrant County jails

April 3, 2019

Tarrant County has a vast history of racism and discrimination, and this is definitely not a thing of the past. 287g, part of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, carries...

Glenn Lewis, Billie Price, and Dr. Wafeeq Sabir were the panelists at Tuesday nights event.
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BSA holds “Officer, May I?” community outreach event

Karan Muns October 12, 2016

Texas Wesleyan’s Black Student Association held “Officer, May I?” in Martin Hall on Tuesday. The event was attended by about 70 guests, including Texas Wesleyan University President Frederick Slabach. “Officer,...

Police lives should matter too

Police lives should matter too

April 4, 2016

26: Let that number sink in for a moment.That’s the number of police officers nationwide that have been shot and killed in the line of duty since the beginning of this year, according odmp.org.According...

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