It did not take Democrats long to dismantle law and order in Prince William County. Today the Prince William County’s jail staff will no longer participate in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s 287(g) program.
Prince William-Manassas Regional Jail Board held a special meeting Wednesday and discussed the program. Sheriff Glen Hill, chairman of the jail board, made a motion to continue the program, but could not find a second and the motion failed. That means the program will expire Tuesday, June 30.
In place since 2007, the agreement involves county jail staffers alerting ICE officials anytime they have arrested an undocumented person. The jail can then hold anyone in the country illegally for up to 48 hours and transfer them to ICE’s custody.