- The LAPD will not help to deport immigrants. The police force has been involved for decades far from the federal immigration policy and does not intend them to move now Donald Trump is elected president down, said LAPD Chief Charlie Beck at the Los Angeles Times.
Trump has announced to strengthen the federal immigration laws and millions of people from the country. Of the estimated eleven million migrants residing in the US without legal status, live more than a million in the greater Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles police officers already forbids her to approach people since 1979, solely in order to determine their residence status. Led by Beck, the corps gave it up to people who are arrested for minor offenses to be transferred to the federal authorities to be deported. Also, offenders may be eligible for expulsion, after they have served their punishment not detained.