Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, November 15, 2019
As the good folks at VDARE put it, “ICE is Nice.”
And today, I got an email from ICE notifying me that, “ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) is hiring Deportation Officers in multiple cities in the United States.”
The more deportation officers ICE has, the better, and according to the job posting, they have openings for this position all over the country: California, Colorado, and Georgia. Here are the responsibilities:
As a Deportation Officer at the Entry Level you will work with more experienced officers to provide support and perform the following segments of work related to immigration investigation, custody, identification and location, arrest, prosecution and deportation:
- Assist with the apprehension of individuals that are accused of violating immigration or related laws;
- Assist with preparing investigative reports in sufficient detail and accuracy to support possible prosecution and/or administrative action;
- Perform law enforcement support duties such as taking fingerprints and photographs;
- Conduct routine interviews; using various law enforcement methods and techniques (e.g., observation, interviews, document inspection, data analysis, etc.) to respond to a variety of immigration inquiries and complaints; and
- Document, transport, deport, and/or escort criminal and non-criminal aliens under the guidance of a more senior officer.
- Initiate both criminal and civil prosecutions, and deport aliens to foreign countries as well as performing various aspects of custodial operations related to civil immigration enforcement.
To find out more and apply, click here.