Traits and behaviors of college/university presidents An assignment submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) By Michelle Renee Ashley-Thomas, B.S., M.S., Ed.S. October 2014 University of the Cumberlands Executive Summary “The approach to the study of leadership usually has been and perhaps always must be through the study of
Format of the Paper The paper will begin with a Review of the Research. This section will summarize all the information gathered for this paper. Here the background will be given and the foundation laid for the rest of the report. Next will be the Application of the Research. This is
Lesly Marroquin LSS 199 Fall 2015 Immigrant Detention In the fiscal year of 2014, U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) stated that they conducted approximately 315,943 removals of individuals (ICE, 2014). This number includes undocumented immigrants, permanent residents, children, asylum seekers, and victims of human trafficking. The United States holds on average 380,000 to 442,000 persons in immigrant detention facilities per year (CIVIC, 2015). Immigrant Detention Centers hold individuals with migrant status who are in waiting of their removal proceeding decision made by the Department of Justice. Detention facilities ideally should model a civil system yet the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and ICE have transformed
For my research topic, I will be exploring the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and post-9/11 border militarization on the issues of criminalization of immigration and the inequality and structural violence immigrants face in detention centers specifically at the U.S.-Mexico Border. National awareness on issues such as oversight of detention centers, conditions within detention centers, as well as the inhumane practices detained immigrants are subjected to have risen within the last decade. Immigration detention has become the fastest growing form of incarceration in the United States, and immigrants are the fastest growing population in federal prisons (Lopez & Light, 2009). Nearly 30,000 immigrants are detained
Immigration Enforcement Immigration Enforcement There is an assessed 11 million illegal aliens that are living United States, and this population is projected to upturn by 500,000 yearly. Once a year, about 1 million people that are considered to be aliens are detained when they make the attempt to come in the United States unlawfully. Even though most of these foreigners arrive the United States for financial chances and family reunification, or they are avoiding civil trouble and political unrest, some are offenders, and some could possibly be terrorists. Every one of them is disrupting the United States' immigration laws. With that said, this paper will involve the case study of immigration enforcement and the circumstances around the issue.
Dow, Mark. (2004). American Gulag: Inside U.S. Immigration Prisons. Berkeley: University of California Press. This book is contains information on how detainees are treated in prisons created by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. Some of the prisoners did have felonious conviction and were to be deported. Nevertheless, many of the individuals interrogated were immigrants looking for refuge and were being held in prisons as if they were also offenders. The obnoxious management described in this source anticipates demonstrating how non-citizens have been assumed to be lawbreakers.
The media reports that the prison system is draining money out of the state. Government officials are searching for effective ways to stop the money drain and run prisons more efficiently. This has led to shutting down prison training programs, educational programs, and other services to the prison. The public
This research projects aims to look how migrant detention centers are growing under the Obama Administration and how privatization affects their ability to provide adequate and safe conditions for those under their care. Journal articles, academic writings, and narrative books have been used as a foundation for this research paper. Both public and private interests have found ways to profit from detaining migrant workers and have even gone as far to manipulate policy in order to ensure their facilities remain full. These tactics have had profound affects on Latino communities and have resulted in a plethora of physical, sexual, and mental abuse claims from detainees.
In 2018, public attitudes towards immigrants in the United States have grown increasingly negative, or rather, citizens have begun to voice their displeasure. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s website attributes over 140,000 arrests this year alone to ICE efforts. Additionally, ICE’s statistics page states that 112,293 detainers were issued since in the time period of the fiscal year of the new [ERO] administration versus that of 62,192 detainers from the previous fiscal year, an 81 percent increase. “A recent Associated Press [AP] investigation has determined one of the causes for a sharp increase in private prisons is the rise in the number of people locked up on immigration charges… The federal government uses contractors to keep nearly half of the 400,000 people being held on immigration
The following memorandum provides a summary of Mrs. Mathews, Laurie’s (#962) job performance during her assignment as a Booking Technician at the HCSO Detention Center.
This Journal is useful to my assignment because this article explain that detention is an essential step on the way to “meaningful immigration reform.” Furthermore, the author also explain about the arbitrary number of people who are detain every day without respect to their propensity for risk of violence which is morally questionable. So, with this information I will be able to understand a little more of the costs that cause the detention of immigrants to the United States, and also how detention has Become the primary Means of immigration law enforcement, Regardless of security threat or risk of
According to the Washington Post, Nicole Kushner Meyer, the sister of Jared Kushner, an advisor to the White House told the Chinese investors that they can get EB-5 U.S. visas by investing $500,000. Read more.
Migrant Abuse of Women The United States has a diverse population richly mixed with many ethnicities. This country was founded on migrants and has been a beacon of hope and possible prosperity for hundreds of years. Living in impoverished conditions with no civil rights, and subject to deplorable conditions, many see the United States as a way out of a miserable existence. Willing to face almost certain danger, hundreds of migrants attempt to enter into the U.S. illegally from the U.S. Mexico border daily. While many risks are assumed for those crossing, women face a specific form of abuse that is all but ignored. Rape of migrant women of color is used to control, oppress and dehumanize and the proposed U.S. Mexico border wall will further
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