The latest version of DWN's map includes more detention centers, community organizations and immigration courts, in-depth information about facilities and related added media such as photos, videos, articles, and resource links. The map is user-friendly, with more navigation options than previous versions and a specific page for each detention center. (Detention Watch Network, 7/08)
"[Here] is a list of jails and detention centers where Immigration and Customs Enforcement holds, or has held, noncitizens the government wants to deport, including asylum-seekers, people suspected of being in the country illegally and legal immigrants convicted of a wide range of crimes or misdemeanors. The list includes the results of annual inspections." (New York Times, Feb. 23, 2010).
Attorneys and legal workers representing persons detained in worksite raids should be aware of two provisions of a permanent injunction that apply nationwide to nationals of El Salvador detained by immigration authorities. (See also Orantes-Hernandez) (4/08)
(Bryan Lonegan and the Immigration Law Unit of the Legal Aid Society, 2/06, PDF)