Cops informed to not report crime victims they think of being unlawful immigrants

Cops informed to not report crime victims they think of being unlawful immigrants

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POLICE officers have been informed they need to not report crime victims they think of being unlawful immigrants.

The nationwide coverage has been drawn up in mild of the Windrush scandal.

Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer mentioned ‘officers shouldn’t take any immigration enforcement motion themselves’

It states the place an individual reporting a criminal offense might be somebody with out depart to stay, the “basic precept” is to deal with them as a sufferer.

But when, in the course of the course of the investigation, it turns into obvious they’re right here illegally, “it’s wholly applicable that the officer ought to contact Immigration Enforcement”.

The coverage, particulars of which had been reported by the Guardian, comes after cops confronted criticism for sharing details about crime victims with immigration authorities.

In Might, the BBC mentioned greater than half of forces refer victims to the Residence Workplace for immigration enforcement.


Yesterday Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer of the Nationwide Police Chiefs’ Council mentioned: “It’s proper that officers shouldn’t take any immigration enforcement motion themselves.”

However Corey Stoughton of marketing campaign group Liberty mentioned there must be a “full firewall” between police and the Residence Workplace to encourage victims to come back ahead.

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