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Outsourcing Responsibility. The Human Cost of Privatized Immigration Detention in Otero County

por Carey, Emily P. ACLU, Regional Center for Border Rights, New Mexico Última modificación 27/02/2011 15:37 ACLU, Regional Center for Border Rights, New Mexico, January 2011.

This report stems from interviews with more than 200 immigrants detained at the Otero County Processing Center from the time the facility became operational. Outside the boundaries of New Mexico, Otero became known in the advocacy communities as “The Hub” because of all of the immigrants arriving from out of state. In New Mexico, however, local, state, and federal elected officials, the general public, and even some immigrant advocates were not aware of the facility’s existence. For many, the Otero County Processing Center represents a national trend in immigration detention that relies on facilities built in remote locations, lacking legal and community resources for informal oversight, and managed by private, for-profit corporations. This report was conceived out of the desire to learn more about what happens inside the walls of the facility and to raise awareness in New Mexico of the role our state now plays in this matter of national concern.

PrivatizationofImmigrationDetentionOterocountyNMReport.pdf — PDF document, 6122Kb

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