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Timothy S. Aitken

Field Office Director

Immigration and Customs Enforcement

HQ Phone:  (212) 980-1500

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement

33 East 67th Street

New York City, New York,10065

United States

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Field Office for Hawaii


Deputy Field Office Director

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency


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www.laht.com

"Enhancing public safety is at the core of ICE's mission," said Timothy Aitken, field office director for ICE ERO in northern California.


www.thereporter.com

"We go out and arrest people every day, but not at this magnitude," said Timothy Aitken, who heads Immigration and Customs Enforcement's field office in San Francisco.


www.amren.com

[Tim Aitken, field office director for Immigration and Customs Enforcement's detention operations in San Francisco] said federal officials should be allowed access to juvenile hall and adult jail so they can check inmates' immigration status more easily.For all the back-and-forth over the issue, Aitken said, the city officials' revised policy of referring juvenile offenders is still an improvement over their former refusal to do so.[Tim Aitken, field office director for Immigration and Customs Enforcement's detention operations in San Francisco] said federal officials should be allowed access to juvenile hall and adult jail so they can check inmates' immigration status more easily.


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Part of the year-long "Operation Return to Sender", the operation took place primarily in Concord and Richmond, California, targeting "absconders" - fugitives who ignored final deportation orders, said Timothy Aitken, deputy director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement's detention and removal office in San Francisco.In the process, ICE also picked up 94 other undocumented immigrants. Timothy Aitken, deputy director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement's detention and removal office in San Francisco, just over half of those arrested were Mexican citizens.


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This portion of the yearlong "Operation Return to Sender" took place primarily in Concord and Richmond and targeted fugitives who had ignored final deportation orders, said Timothy Aitken, deputy director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement's detention and removal office in San Francisco.ICE is the agency that now performs the enforcement functions of the old Immigration and Naturalization Service.Agents also picked up 94 other undocumented immigrants they encountered in the process, he said.Latino community advocates said the enforcement action has sown fear in East Bay immigrant communities.Just over half of those arrested were Mexican citizens, he said.The rest were from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, Belize, India, the Philippines, Afghanistan, Fiji and Brazil.Of the 119 people arrested, 18 were criminals, said Aitken, including people who had been convicted of possession of a controlled substance, possession of dangerous weapons, annoying and molesting children, disorderly conduct and driving under the influence with prior convictions."We want to go after the worst of the worst; we go after people who have ignored a judge's order," Aitken said.Aitken said the three fugitive operations teams he manages make similar arrests every day and not just as part of specific campaigns.His teams are trying to track down almost 15,000 people between Bakersfield and the Oregon border who have absconded from deportation orders, he said.


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