Colo. police applaud technology that allows access to immigration records


By Bruce Finley
The Denver Post

DENVER — Federal officials will deploy a new system in Colorado designed to accelerate the deportation of illegal immigrants who commit crimes.

Colorado police chiefs and sheriffs on Tuesday welcomed the system, which will give them near-instant access to federal immigration records. But pro-immigrant advocates warned that the system could be exploited to harass.

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