WASHINGTON – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removing Operations (ERO) introduced Interpol Mexico Director Basic Jorge Dominguez Martinez Vertiz, with the 2021 Exemplary Regulation Enforcement Partnership Award throughout a Sept. 20 ceremony on the U.S. Embassy in Mexico Metropolis.
The Exemplary Regulation Enforcement Partnership Award is considered one of 18 classes represented within the ERO Annual Awards collection, which acknowledges people who exemplify ERO’s excessive requirements, sturdy values, exhausting work, and dedication to nationwide safety.
Dominguez Martinez, the primary legislation enforcement accomplice outdoors the U.S. to obtain the award, was acknowledged for main Interpol Mexico’s contributions to ERO Mexico Metropolis’s Safety Alliance for Fugitive Enforcement (SAFE) — a strong info sharing relationship with the Authorities of Mexico that helps ERO’s means to determine, arrest, and take away fugitives with energetic legal arrest warrants in Mexico from the USA.
“At the moment, it’s my honor to current this award to a tremendous colleague who’s working exhausting to make North America safer,” stated William McCafferty, Mexico Metropolis ERO Assistant Attaché for Removing. “Below his course within the final fiscal 12 months, Interpol Mexico vetted greater than 23,100 ERO-detained circumstances for arrest warrants and helped ERO facilitate the arrests of 474 fugitives, together with 52 high-profile removals.”
Since August 2018, Interpol Mexico’s collaboration with SAFE has superior bilateral legislation enforcement cooperation between the Authorities of Mexico and ICE ERO.
SAFE is a tangible, efficient instance of how the U.S. and Mexico are working collectively for #SeguridadCompartida underneath the Bicentennial Framework for Safety, Public Well being, and Secure Communities.
The Worldwide Operations Division of ERO helps the 25 ERO field offices in case administration of noncitizens underneath remaining order of removing and develops and implements strategic initiatives to help ICE’s mission to arrest and take away precedence noncitizens from the USA. With ERO Deputy Attachés for Removing (DAR) and Assistant Attachés for Removing (AAR) strategically situated at U.S. Embassies and Consulates overseas, the division is uniquely positioned to leverage overseas authorities partnerships to help subject workplaces and headquarters workers with help on removal-related issues.