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Federal funds to help Metro keep track of sex offenders
Nashville first office in nation to get new iris scanning technology
Council committee votes unanimously to revise 287(g)
Full Council to vote today on controversial immigration inforcement program
Sheriff says 287(g) immigration enforcement will continue
Federal records restrictions put program in jeopardy
Belmont groper tagged as illegal immigrant
Sheriff touts 287(g) in helping identify immigration status
Woman who gave birth in sheriff’s custody challenges 287(g)
Controversial arrest led to change in departmental policy
Woman who gave birth in sheriff’s custody faces deportation
The woman who gave birth while in the custody of the Davidson County sheriff’s office is facing deportation next month and is suing the Department of Homeland Security for copies of her immigration records so she can fight the case.
Woman who gave birth in sheriff's custody innocent on one charge
The woman who was arrested while nine months pregnant and later gave birth while in sheriff’s office custody was found innocent Friday on one of the charges for which she was initially arrested.
Prominent arrests shine spotlight on 287(g) program
One was a woman on the brink of giving birth to her fourth American child. The other was an ex-convict with over 20 arrests for various burglaries, gun possession and drug-related charges.
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