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Princeton Police Department Insists It Won't Cooperate on Federal Immigration Enforcement

Weeks after federal immigration officials raided a home in Princeton, N.J., bypassing a routine courtesy of informing local police in advance, the town’s authorities are assuring residents that they are not involved in immigration enforcement.

The Princeton Police Department is issuing an official resolution that establishes its policy of not taking part in raids by federal immigration agents. The department also has adopted a policy of not checking the immigration status of people who are arrested for non-violent crimes, according to the Daily Princetonian, the student newspaper.

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