Immigration Detention Centers to Close or Reduce Capacity in 4 States

Posted on AllSides March 26th, 2022
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is planning to reduce its use of three facilities and to shut down a detention center in Alabama over concerns regarding conditions.

ICE announced it will be reducing the number of beds at detention centers in North Carolina and Louisiana, partly due to a reduced number of detainees, Reuters reported. The agency also will not extend the guaranteed minimum beds provision in its agreement regarding a center in Glades County, Florida, with the agency citing "persistent and ongoing concerns related to the provision of...

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