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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Launches New Website

 

We here at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) encourage you to stop by and take a look at our newly redesigned website - ICE.gov. Directly on the homepage, you can access the latest news, photos and videos, as well as learn about what the Department of Homeland Security’s largest investigative agency does to combat everything from terrorism to drug or human smuggling as well as enforce our nation’s immigration laws. It’s been our experience that the Web is a great way to tell ICE-related stories. The revamped ICE.gov allows us to do just that using a compelling, accessible and informative platform.

The new site focuses on our two main program areas— Homeland Security Investigations and Enforcement and Removal Operations. By clicking on “Investigations” or “Enforcement and Removal” from the homepage, visitors can find information about all of ICE’s programs.

ICE.gov also features tools that the public can use.

• Family members, legal counsel or advocacy organizations searching for detainees can use the Online Detainer Locator System to determine where the person is located.
• Individuals can also report counterfeit or copyright crimes through the IPR Center Referral Form.
• Or if you witness suspicious activity related to ICE’s mission, I encourage you to drop us a line at our Tip Line, 1-866-DHS-2-ICE.

Best of all, ICE has integrated several Web 2.0 functions into the site. Visitors can share our stories on their Facebook pages, bookmark us through de.li.cious, follow us on Twitter or view short videos about our latest investigations on YouTube.

Next time you have a moment, visit ICE.gov. We’re just a click away.

John Morton
Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Department of Homeland Security

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