September 29, 2017
Updated 5/29/17 at 4:30pm
CONTACT: Town of Jackson
Public Information Office
Ph: (307) 734-3488
ICE Changes Prompt Community Meeting
Jackson, Wyo. September 29, 2017 –Representatives from the Jackson Police Department and the Teton County Sheriff’s Office recently had the opportunity to discuss immigration issues with the Director of the Denver Field Office of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Immigration enforcement protocols by ICE have changed from the previous information local law enforcement shared with the community in March 2017.
To view frequently asked questions and see changes from previous information please click here to view the Jackson Police Department’s website and the Local Immigration Information FAQ page.
Alternatively you can access this site by going to the following address: http://townofjackson.com/files/3815/0471/3130/Jackson_Police_Department_immigration_information_FAQ_Sept_2017.pdf
"It is important that the community is aware that ICE protocols have changed and understands what these changes are," said Roger Schultz, Jackson Police Lieutenant.
Working in partnership with community groups, local law enforcement will be presenting these changes at a Community Immigration Update meeting on Thursday, October 5 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting, hosted by St. John's Episcopal Church in Hansen Hall, will also include a presentation by Trefonas Law, PC on preparedness planning and basic understanding of one's rights with regard to immigration. Both presentations will be relevant to individuals and employers.
Community Immigration Updates
October 5, 2017
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Hansen Hall, 170 N. Glenwood Street
5:30 Jackson Police Department & Teton County Sheriff’s Office
Presentation and Q&A on ICE operational protocols
6:15 Trefonas Law, PC
Presentation on basic know your rights and preparedness planning for individuals and employers
Sponsors of this event include St. John’s Episcopal Church, Immigrant Hope, Teton County Access to Justice, One 22, Latino Services Network, and the Teton County Library. For more information please contact Jackson Police Lieutenant Roger Schultz at (307) 733-1430 or firstname.lastname@example.org.