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Text Preview The effects of illegal immigration on local law enforcement is relevant to contemporary law enforcement because until the federal government takes actions to correct the issue and provide appropriate assistance, the state and local agencies will be forced to provide local solutions to a national problem. This approach will create a piecemeal system of enforcement by local jurisdictions within the state, with no hope of uniformity. All state and local law enforcement agencies and their officials stand to benefit from the results of this research because little has been done to address the problem of illegal immigration for those agencies. At the very least, this research will shed light on the need for the current bilingual officers to be utilized in the staffing process. The purpose of this research is to assist law enforcement administrators in identifying and developing avenues to address the necessity for bilingual officers in order to meet the future needs of the changing dynamics of the state population. The method of inquiry used by the researcher included a review of articles, Internet sites, and joint House and Senate Subcommittee transcripts, which include prepared statements from border sheriffs. The method of inquiry also utilized a survey of various agencies from across the state in which topical questions were posed and responses were recorded. The researcher discovered that state and local agencies are not factoring the illegal immigration equation into the planning and staffing process. The researcher concluded that historic planning strategies related to the growth in population, like using known census projections, are utilized but no consideration is being given in the area of illegal immigration. TABLE OF CONTENTS

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From the birth of the United States, immigration has played an important role in the development of American society but not without certain fears or concerns. The issues surrounding the current immigration debate being discussed on the state and national level have historical similarities to the ones of the past, with the exception of the development of technological advances and its ability to assist with cultural connections. Predominant immigration concerns or fear during the turn of the century and shortly after were generalized around the influx of non-English speaking western Europeans reluctance to “learn the language” and the feeling of an invasion into the accepted culture of the United States. The merging of cultures, ideas, and beliefs into a unified country has been at the front of citizen’s concerns, and these same concerns are present in the modern American debate about immigration. The relevance of illegal immigration to law enforcement is the impact of the unmeasured population on staff and budget planning. In addition to the social implications, there appears to be growing concerns about the criminal implications associated with this segment of the population. Law enforcement must actively participate in the development of strategies that address related issues in a proactive approach to assist the assimilation or interaction of legal immigrants with police professionals, while addressing the influx of individuals who arrive illegally that look to... Show More

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