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New technology helping to confirm status of arrested immigrants
(November 10, 2010 - Warren County & Clark County, Ohio)

LEBANON — A new partnership with federal authorities is helping law enforcement in Warren and Clark counties use fingerprints to identify the status of immigrants who have been arrested.

The partnership is part of the federal Secure Communities program in which suspects booked into the county jails have their fingerprints reviewed by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to identify and remove foreign nationals convicted of crimes in the U.S., in addition to an FBI criminal history check...

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