Linn County Corrections

Linn County Corrections

November 9, 2011

Currently there are seven Foreign Nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated at Linn County Corrections in Albany, Oregon for various crimes who have a United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Holds placed on them by U.S. DHS–ICE (See link).

1. BRUNO-SANCHEZ, JESUS
2. HERNANDEZ-MENDOZA, EDGAR
3. JIMINEZ, LUIS
4. MORALES-CAZARES, ANSELMO
5. PALACIOS-RAMIREZ, CARLOS
6. PERALTA-BASILIO, FIELIPE
7. RODRIGUEZ-RODRIGUEZ, SAUL

http://www.linnsheriff.org/Upload/inmrost1.htm

http://www.linnsheriff.org/jail.html

For the first 11 months of 2011, Linn County Corrections has averaged 5.2 criminal aliens per day at the jail.

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Jackson County Jail

Jackson County Jail

November 9, 2011

Currently there are 11 Foreign Nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated at the Jackson County Jail in Medford, Oregon for various crimes that have United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Holds placed on them by U.S. DHS–ICE.

1. ALLENDE-REYES, MANUEL
2. CARASCO-REYES, ROBERTO
3. CARRANZA-MARTINEZ, ADRIAN MISAE
4. FONSECA, ROBERTO
5. GODINEZ, JOSE DANIEL
6. MARTINEZ-TOSCANO, JUNIOR AGUSTI
7. MEDINA, ADRIANA ROSARIO
8. MEDINA-VALDEZ, JOSE MELECIANO
9. NAVA-RUIZ, CARLOS
10. OROZCO-LOPEZ, JUAN
11. SANTOS-REYES, ALEJANDRO

http://inmate.jacksoncounty.org/

http://www.co.jackson.or.us/Page.asp?NavID=1623

Of the 230 inmates that can be incarcerated at the Jackson County Jail, the 11 criminal aliens take up approximately 4.78% of the jails capacity to house inmates.

For the first 11 months of 2011, the Jackson County Jail has averaged 10.54 criminal aliens per day at the jail.

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Clackamas County Jail

Clackamas County Jail

November 8, 2011

Currently there are 20 Foreign Nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated at the Clackamas County Jail for various crimes who have United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Holds placed on them by U.S. DHS–ICE.

1. ACOSTAVERDUZCO, JUAN DEDIOS
2. ALI, JAMAL HUSSEIN
3. CERON, JORGE CARLOS
4. CHANDOMINGUEZ, VALENTIN
5. COBACANCHE, JOSE DANIEL
6. GARCIAMALDONADO, HECTOR
7. HERNANDEZRODRIGUEZ, ARNOLDO R
8. JIMENEZCASTRO, FAUSTINO
9. LOPEZ, BRAULIO FLORES
10. MADRIGALAVILA, RAYMUNDO
11. MAGANA, ELIAS
12. MEDRANORENTERIA, IMAR
13. MENDOZALOPEZ, JOSE ROSARIO
14. NAVARROMUNGUIA, JUAN JOSE
15. HERNANDEZRODRIGUEZ, ARNOLDO R
16. QUINTEROFRANCO, LETICIA A
17. RODRIGUEZANAYA, ANTONIO
18. SOBERANOPEREZ, DAVID
19. SOLANO, JULIO CESAR
20. TORRESESPINO, PEDRO

http://www.clackamas.us/sheriff/jail/roster/

http://www.clackamas.us/sheriff/jail/

Of the 434 inmates that can be incarcerated at the Clackamas County Jail, the 20 criminal aliens take up approximately 4.61% of the jails capacity to house inmates.

For the first 11 months of 2011, the Clackamas County Jail has averaged 17.73 criminal aliens per day at the jail.

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Criminal Aliens in the Oregon Department of Corrections Prison System

Criminal Aliens in the Oregon Department of Corrections Prison System

November 2, 2011

According to the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) Inmate Population Profile dated October 1, 2011 DOC indicated there were 13,981 prisoners incarcerated in DOC’s 14 prisons.

Not included in DOC’s October 1st Inmate Population Profile was DOC data indicating there were 1,189 foreign nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated in its prison system.

All 1,189 criminal aliens incarcerated on October 1st by DOC had United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), detainers. The U.S. DHS–ICE is responsible for indentifying whether a DOC inmate is a criminal alien or a domestic inmate. If an inmate is identified as being a criminal alien, at U.S. DHS–ICE’s request, the DOC places an “ICE detainer” on the inmate that directs DOC officials to transfer custody to ICE following completion of the inmate’s state sanction.

Criminal aliens made up approximately 8.50% of the DOC October 1st prison population.

Comparing DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers from October 1, 2007 (985 criminal aliens) and October 1, 2011 (1,189 criminal aliens), the DOC prison system incarcerated 204 criminal aliens more than it did on October 1, 2007, a 20.71%% increase.

When comparing DOC domestic criminal incarceration numbers from October 1, 2007 (12,538 domestic criminals) and October 1, 2011 (12,792 domestic criminals), the DOC prison system incarcerated 254 domestic criminals more than it did on October 1, 2007, a 2.02% increase.

A review of the 1,189 criminal aliens in DOC prisons by number per county and percentage (%) per county equated to the following: 0-Baker (0.00%), 13-Benton (1.09%), 84-Clackamas (7.06%), 9-Clatsop (0.76%), 1-Columbia (0.08%), 7-Coos (0.59%), 2-Crook (0.17%), 1-Curry (0.08%), 17-Deschutes (1.43%), 5-Douglas (0.42%), 1-Gilliam (0.08%), 1-Grant (0.08%), 2-Harney (0.17%), 5-Hood River (0.42%), 52-Jackson (4.37%), 12-Jefferson (1.01%), 5-Josephine (0.42%), 9-Klamath (0.76%), 0-Lake (0.00), 61-Lane (5.13%), 11-Lincoln (0.92%), 23-Linn (1.93%), 17-Malheur (1.43%), 263-Marion (22.12%), 7-Morrow (0.59%), 273-Multnomah (22.96%), 1-OOS (0.08%), 22-Polk (1.85%), 0-Sherman (0.00%), 3-Tillamook (0.25%), 23-Umatilla (1.93%), 1-Union (0.08), 0-Wallowa (0.00%), 4-Wasco (0.34%), 222-Washington (18.67%), 0-Wheeler (0.00%), and 32-Yamhill (2.69%).

No member of the Oregon State Legislature should forget the uncounted crime victims and their families, no matter what their immigration status, all victims of the 1,189 criminal aliens incarcerated in DOC prisons.

A review of the 1,189 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers per crime and percentage (%) per crime equated to the following: 4-arsons (0.34%), 125-assaults (10.51%), 35-burglaries (2.94%), 35-driving offenses (2.94%), 179-drugs (15.05%), 3-forgeries (0.25%), 144-homicides (12.11%), 50-kidnappings (4.20%), 63-others (5.30%), 173-rapes (14.55%), 81-robberies (6.81%), 207-sex abuses (17.41%), 76-sodomies (6.39%), 11-thefts (0.92%), and 3-vehicle thefts (0.25%).

Oregon State Legislators should not overlook the source of the preceding crimes, the country of origin of the 1,189 criminal aliens in DOC prisons.

The self-declared counties of origin of the 1,189 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers and percentage (%) per country equated to the following: 10-Canada (0.84%), 9-Cuba (0.76%), 13-El Salvador (1.09%), 29-Guatemala (2.44%), 13-Honduras (1.09%), 6-Laos (0.50%), 1,005-Mexico (84.52%), 62-others (5.21%), 5-Philippines (0.42%), 6-Russia (0.50%), 13-Ukraine (1.09%), and 18-Vietnam (1.51%).

Beyond the DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers and incarceration percentages, per county and per crime type, or even country of origin, criminal aliens pose high economic cost on Oregonians.

An individual prisoner in the DOC prison system costs approximately $82.48 per day to incarcerate (See link).

http://www.oregon.gov/DOC/PUBAFF/docs/pdf/IB_53_quick_facts.pdf

The DOC’s incarceration cost for its 1,189 criminal alien prison population is approximately ($98,068.72) per day, ($686,481.04) per week, and ($35,795,082.80) per year.

Even taking into account fiscal year 2010 United States Federal Government State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) award of $4,939,427.00 if the State of Oregon receives the same amount of SCAAP funding for fiscal year 2011, the cost to incarcerate 1,189 criminal aliens to the DOC will be at least ($30,855,655.80) (See link).

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA/grant/10_SCAAPAward_.pdf

None of my preceding cost estimates for the DOC to incarcerate the 1,189 criminal aliens include the dollar amount for legal services (indigent defense), court costs, nor cost estimates to cover victim assistance.

An unfortunate fact, the State of Oregon is not fully cooperating with the U.S. DHS–ICE to fight crime committed by criminal aliens who reside in Oregon.

In year 2007, a United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) report titled “Cooperation of SCAAP (State Criminal Alien Assistance Program) Recipients in the Removal of Criminal Aliens from the United States, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General Audit Division, Audit Report 07-07, October 2007, Redacted-Public Version” identified the State of Oregon as having an official “state sanctuary statute,” ORS 181.850 Enforcement of federal immigration laws (See link).

http://www.usdoj.gov/oig/reports/OJP/a0707/final.pdf

The USDOJ, the federal governments top law enforcement agency, identified Oregon as a “sanctuary” for criminal aliens.

An Oregon law, Oregon Revised Statue 181.850 (ORS 181.850), Section (1), prohibits Oregon law enforcement (Oregon State Police (OSP), county sheriffs, city police departments) from asking immigration status of anyone residing in the State of Oregon “for the purpose of detecting or apprehending persons whose only violation of law is that they are persons of foreign citizenship present in the United States in violation of federal immigration laws.” Under ORS 181.850, Section (2), Oregon law enforcement October exchange information with U.S. DHS–ICE . . . “in order to: Subsection (a), “Verify the immigration status of a person if the person is arrested for any criminal offense;” or, Subsection (b), “Request criminal investigation information with reference to persons named in records of the” U.S. DHS–ICE . . . (See link).

http://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/181.html

The next Oregon State Legislature legislative session should pass legislation like House Bill 2803 (HB 2803) offered during the 2011 legislative session that will rewrite ORS 181.850 to untie the hands of Oregon law enforcement, OSP, county sheriffs, and city police departments, from helping U.S. DHS–ICE fight crime committed by criminal aliens who reside in Oregon (See link).

http://www.leg.state.or.us/11reg/measpdf/hb2800.dir/hb2803.intro.pdf

The State of Oregon should no longer be classified by U.S. federal government law enforcement as having an official “state sanctuary statute” for criminal aliens, nor should Oregon be a sanctuary for criminal aliens to kill, rape, or maim Oregonians.

Oregonians should contact their Oregon State Senator and Representative serving in the Oregon State Legislature and ask them to reintroduce, support and pass legislation like HB 2803 during in the next legislative session.

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Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

November 3, 2011

Lars:

According to the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) Inmate Population Profile dated October 1, 2011 DOC indicated there were 13,981 prisoners incarcerated in DOC’s 14 prisons.

Not included in DOC’s October 1st Inmate Population Profile was DOC data indicating there were 1,189 foreign nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated in its prison system.

All 1,189 criminal aliens incarcerated on October 1st by DOC had United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), detainers. The U.S. DHS–ICE is responsible for indentifying whether a DOC inmate is a criminal alien or a domestic inmate. If an inmate is identified as being a criminal alien, at U.S. DHS–ICE’s request, the DOC places an “ICE detainer” on the inmate that directs DOC officials to transfer custody to ICE following completion of the inmate’s state sanction.

Criminal aliens made up approximately 8.50% of the DOC October 1st prison population.

Comparing DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers from October 1, 2007 (985 criminal aliens) and October 1, 2011 (1,189 criminal aliens), the DOC prison system incarcerated 204 criminal aliens more than it did on October 1, 2007, a 20.71%% increase.

When comparing DOC domestic criminal incarceration numbers from October 1, 2007 (12,538 domestic criminals) and October 1, 2011 (12,792 domestic criminals), the DOC prison system incarcerated 254 domestic criminals more than it did on October 1, 2007, a 2.02% increase.

A review of the 1,189 criminal aliens in DOC prisons by number per county and percentage (%) per county equated to the following: 0-Baker (0.00%), 13-Benton (1.09%), 84-Clackamas (7.06%), 9-Clatsop (0.76%), 1-Columbia (0.08%), 7-Coos (0.59%), 2-Crook (0.17%), 1-Curry (0.08%), 17-Deschutes (1.43%), 5-Douglas (0.42%), 1-Gilliam (0.08%), 1-Grant (0.08%), 2-Harney (0.17%), 5-Hood River (0.42%), 52-Jackson (4.37%), 12-Jefferson (1.01%), 5-Josephine (0.42%), 9-Klamath (0.76%), 0-Lake (0.00), 61-Lane (5.13%), 11-Lincoln (0.92%), 23-Linn (1.93%), 17-Malheur (1.43%), 263-Marion (22.12%), 7-Morrow (0.59%), 273-Multnomah (22.96%), 1-OOS (0.08%), 22-Polk (1.85%), 0-Sherman (0.00%), 3-Tillamook (0.25%), 23-Umatilla (1.93%), 1-Union (0.08), 0-Wallowa (0.00%), 4-Wasco (0.34%), 222-Washington (18.67%), 0-Wheeler (0.00%), and 32-Yamhill (2.69%).

No member of the Oregon State Legislature should forget the uncounted crime victims and their families, no matter what their immigration status, all victims of the 1,189 criminal aliens incarcerated in DOC prisons.

A review of the 1,189 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers per crime and percentage (%) per crime equated to the following: 4-arsons (0.34%), 125-assaults (10.51%), 35-burglaries (2.94%), 35-driving offenses (2.94%), 179-drugs (15.05%), 3-forgeries (0.25%), 144-homicides (12.11%), 50-kidnappings (4.20%), 63-others (5.30%), 173-rapes (14.55%), 81-robberies (6.81%), 207-sex abuses (17.41%), 76-sodomies (6.39%), 11-thefts (0.92%), and 3-vehicle thefts (0.25%).

Oregon State Legislators should not overlook the source of the preceding crimes, the country of origin of the 1,189 criminal aliens in DOC prisons.

The self-declared counties of origin of the 1,189 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers and percentage (%) per country equated to the following: 10-Canada (0.84%), 9-Cuba (0.76%), 13-El Salvador (1.09%), 29-Guatemala (2.44%), 13-Honduras (1.09%), 6-Laos (0.50%), 1,005-Mexico (84.52%), 62-others (5.21%), 5-Philippines (0.42%), 6-Russia (0.50%), 13-Ukraine (1.09%), and 18-Vietnam (1.51%).

Beyond the DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers and incarceration percentages, per county and per crime type, or even country of origin, criminal aliens pose high economic cost on Oregonians.

An individual prisoner in the DOC prison system costs approximately $82.48 per day to incarcerate (See link).

http://www.oregon.gov/DOC/PUBAFF/docs/pdf/IB_53_quick_facts.pdf

The DOC’s incarceration cost for its 1,189 criminal alien prison population is approximately ($98,068.72) per day, ($686,481.04) per week, and ($35,795,082.80) per year.

Even taking into account fiscal year 2010 United States Federal Government State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) award of $4,939,427.00 if the State of Oregon receives the same amount of SCAAP funding for fiscal year 2011, the cost to incarcerate 1,189 criminal aliens to the DOC will be at least ($30,855,655.80) (See link).

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA/grant/10_SCAAPAward_.pdf

None of my preceding cost estimates for the DOC to incarcerate the 1,189 criminal aliens include the dollar amount for legal services (indigent defense), court costs, nor cost estimates to cover victim assistance.

An unfortunate fact, the State of Oregon is not fully cooperating with the U.S. DHS–ICE to fight crime committed by criminal aliens who reside in Oregon.

In year 2007, a United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) report titled “Cooperation of SCAAP (State Criminal Alien Assistance Program) Recipients in the Removal of Criminal Aliens from the United States, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General Audit Division, Audit Report 07-07, October 2007, Redacted-Public Version” identified the State of Oregon as having an official “state sanctuary statute,” ORS 181.850 Enforcement of federal immigration laws (See link).

http://www.usdoj.gov/oig/reports/OJP/a0707/final.pdf

The USDOJ, the federal governments top law enforcement agency, identified Oregon as a “sanctuary” for criminal aliens.

An Oregon law, Oregon Revised Statue 181.850 (ORS 181.850), Section (1), prohibits Oregon law enforcement (Oregon State Police (OSP), county sheriffs, city police departments) from asking immigration status of anyone residing in the State of Oregon “for the purpose of detecting or apprehending persons whose only violation of law is that they are persons of foreign citizenship present in the United States in violation of federal immigration laws.” Under ORS 181.850, Section (2), Oregon law enforcement October exchange information with U.S. DHS–ICE . . . “in order to: Subsection (a), “Verify the immigration status of a person if the person is arrested for any criminal offense;” or, Subsection (b), “Request criminal investigation information with reference to persons named in records of the” U.S. DHS–ICE . . . (See link).

http://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/181.html

The next Oregon State Legislature legislative session should pass legislation like House Bill 2803 (HB 2803) offered during the 2011 legislative session that will rewrite ORS 181.850 to untie the hands of Oregon law enforcement, OSP, county sheriffs, and city police departments, from helping U.S. DHS–ICE fight crime committed by criminal aliens who reside in Oregon (See link).

http://www.leg.state.or.us/11reg/measpdf/hb2800.dir/hb2803.intro.pdf

The State of Oregon should no longer be classified by U.S. federal government law enforcement as having an official “state sanctuary statute” for criminal aliens, nor should Oregon be a sanctuary for criminal aliens to kill, rape, or maim Oregonians.

Lars, I ask you to please have your KXL 101.1 radio audience contact their Oregon State Senator and Representative and ask them to reintroduce, support, and pass legislation like HB 2803 in the next Oregon State Legislature legislative session.

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County should use E-Verify system (Curry County)

CURRY COUNTY
REPORTER

County should use E-Verify system

Published: November 2, 2011

Dear Curry County Commissioners Rhodes, Itzen, and Waddle:

I ask the Commissioners [to] require Curry County government [to] use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security E-Verify (DHS) system.

The importance of Oregon employers using U.S. DHS-E-Verify system really becomes apparent when looking at Oregon’s unemployment rate in September 2011 being at 9.6 percent; 178,174 Oregonians were unemployed.

The September unemployment numbers for Oregonians in Curry County were at 12.2 percent; 993 of the county’s residents were unemployed.

Unemployed Oregonians who are U.S. citizens or foreign citizens legally present with authorization to work in the country should not have to compete for jobs with a purported 97,000 undocumented foreign national workers illegally in the state.

If all Oregon government and business entities not currently using U.S. DHS- E-Verify system were required to use it, Oregon’s unemployment rate would drop dramatically because all new jobs created in the state would go to U.S. citizens or those legally present to work in the country.

Currently more than 2,000 Oregon businesses and government entities are successfully using the 98.6 percent accurate U.S. DHS- E-Verify system. Ten of thirty-six Oregon county governments are now using the E-Verify system (Deschutes, Harney, Jefferson, Lane, Lincoln, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook and Washington counties). At least four Curry County businesses presently use the E-Verify system.

Commissioners Rhodes, Itzen, and Waddle, I ask the Commissioners require Curry County government use the U.S. DHS- E-Verify system so if a job opening becomes available to work for the county a qualified U.S. citizen or foreign citizen legally present with authorization to work in the country can be first in line for that job.

Respectfully,

David Olen Cross

Brookings [Salem]

http://www.currycountyreporter.com/news/results.cfm?story_no=7897

Dear commissioners, please use E-Verify (Columbia County)

South County
Spotlight

LETTERS

Dear commissioners, please use E-Verify

, Nov 2, 2011

Dear Columbia County Commissioners Hyde, Fisher, and Heimuller:

I ask the commissioners require Columbia County government use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security E-Verify system.

The importance of Oregon employers using U.S. DHS- E-Verify system really becomes apparent when looking at Oregon’s unemployment rate in September 2011 being at 9.6 percent, 178,174 Oregonians were unemployed.

The September unemployment numbers for Oregonians in Columbia County were at 10.8 percent; 2,454 of the county’s residents were unemployed.

Unemployed Oregonians who are U.S. citizens or foreign citizens legally present with authorization to work in the country should not have to compete for jobs with a purported 97,000 undocumented foreign national workers illegally in the state.

If all Oregon government and business entities not currently using U.S. DHS E-Verify system were required to use it, Oregon’s unemployment rate would drop dramatically because all new jobs created in the state would go to U.S. citizens or those legally present to work in the country.

Currently more than 2,000 Oregon businesses and government entities are successfully using the 98.6 percent accurate U.S. DHS- E-Verify system.

Ten of 36 Oregon county governments are now using the E-Verify system (Deschutes, Harney, Jefferson, Lane, Lincoln, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook and Washington counties).

At least 14 Columbia County businesses and government entities (City of Vernonia, Clatskanie School District, Columbia Drainage Vector Control District, Scappoose Bay Watershed Council, and Scappoose School District 1J) presently use the E-Verify system.

Commissioners Hyde, Fisher and Heimuller, I ask the commissioners require Columbia County government use the U.S. DHS E-Verify system so if a job opening becomes available to work for the county a qualified U.S. citizen or foreign citizen legally present with authorization to work in the country can be first in line for that job.

– David Olen Cross, Salem

[Editor’s note: David Olen Cross writes about foreign national crime and illegal immigration issues.]

http://www.spotlightnews.net/opinion/story.php?story_id=132027456937774700

Open Letter to Commissioners (of Lake County “Use E-Verify”)

Lake County Examiner

Commentary
November 2, 2011

By Lake County Examiner
———Commentary———

Open Letter to Commissioners

I ask the Commissioners require Lake County government use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security E-Verify (DHS) system.

The importance of Oregon employers using U.S. DHS- E-Verify system really becomes apparent when looking at Oregon’s unemployment rate in September 2011 being at 9.6 percent, 178,174 Oregonians were unemployed. The September unemployment numbers for Oregonians in Lake County were at 12.9 percent; 399 of the county’s residents were unemployed.

Unemployed Oregonians who are U.S. citizens or foreign citizens legally present with authorization to work in the country should not have to compete for jobs with a purported 97,000 undocumented foreign national workers illegally in the state.

If all Oregon government and business entities not currently using U.S. DHS- E-Verify system were required to use it, Oregon’s unemployment rate would drop dramatically because all new jobs created in the state would go to U.S. citizens or those legally present to work in the country.

Currently more than 2000 Oregon businesses and government entities are successfully using the 98.6 percent accurate U.S. DHS- E-Verify system. Ten of thirty-six Oregon county governments are now using the E-Verify system (Deschutes, Harney, Jefferson, Lane, Lincoln, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook and Washington counties). At least four Lake County businesses and government entities (City of Lakeview and Lake Health District) presently use the E-Verify system.

Commissioners Shoun, Kestner, and Winters, I ask the Commissioners require Lake County government use the U.S. DHS- E-Verify system so if a job opening becomes available to work for the county a qualified U.S. citizen or foreign citizen legally present with authorization to work in the country can be first in line for that job.

David Olen Cross

Salem

http://www.lakecountyexam.com/?page_id=221

Oregon County Correctional Facilities and Jails Report

Oregon County Correctional Facilities and Jails Report

October 30, 2011

In October 2011, county correctional facilities and jails in Clackamas, Jackson, Josephine, Linn, Lincoln, Marion, NORCOR, Polk, Umatilla, Washington, and Yamhill counties incarcerated 218 criminal aliens for various crimes that had U.S. DHS–ICE Holds placed on them by U.S.DHS–ICE agents.

Clackamas County Jail with ICE Holds (10/05/11): 23

Jackson County Jail with ICE Holds (10/17/11): 13

Josephine County Jail with ICE Holds (10/30/11): 0

Lincoln County Jail with ICE Holds (10/07/11): 3

Linn County Jail with ICE Holds (10/06/11): 6

Marion County Correctional Facility with ICE Holds (10/11/11): 56

NORCOR (1) with ICE Holds (10/11/11): 9

Polk County Jail with ICE Holds (10/21/11): 2

Umatilla County Jail (2) with ICE Holds (10/18/11): 9

Washington County Jail with ICE Holds (10/22/11): 91

Yamhill County Jail with ICE Holds (10/18/11): 6

Total ICE Holds: 218

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)  NORCOR, an acronym for Northern Oregon Regional Correction Facilities, incarcerates prisoners for Hood River, Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam, and  Wheeler counties.

(2)  Umatilla County Jail incarcerates prisoners for Umatilla and Morrow counties and Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.

As a group, for the first 10 months of 2011, the preceding 11 county correctional facilities and jails incarcerated an average of 185.6 criminal aliens per day.

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