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Police chiefs recommend changes to immigration

Staff Report

A group of police chiefs from across the state would like to see some changes in Alabama’s new immigration law.

The Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police recently recommended several changes to the law. The association sent the recommendations to their local representatives and senators and media members.

The police chiefs would like what they see as ambiguities and inconsistencies in the law cleared up, Clanton Police Chief Brian Stilwell said.

One part of the law the association would like to see changed now allows officers to be arrested, sanctioned, fined or sued for not enforcing the law.

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