The Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office is pleased to announce that it will hold its annual 287(g) steering committee meeting:
Thursday December 14, 2016 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Anthony Stancil Conference Center
801 East Fourth Street
This is an annual Steering Committee on 287(g) Immigration Authority Delegation regarding Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office and ICE (immigration and Customs Enforcement). The committee intends to discuss the current mission and vision of the ICE program as well as present relevant data from the program. Citizens are encouraged to attend to address any issues or concerns to the committee. This is a public meeting.
If you wish to add items to the agenda or if you wish to speak at the meeting about 287(g) related issues, please contact:
287(g) Program Manager
Stephen Larocca at [email protected]
For information on how to pay a bond, call 704-336-8100.
Inmates in Mecklenburg county Jails are allowed one thirty-minute visit per week. Two adults or one adult and two children may visit at any one time. Adults must be 16 years of age or older and must provide proper identification such as: valid driver’s license, passport, DMV Special ID, or Military ID. The Matricula Consular card is not considered a valid ID. A visitor is not subject to an immigration status check unless it is determined the person has outstanding criminal warrants and is arrested. In order to acclimate inmates into the routine of the facility, inmates will not be allowed visitation privileges for the first 48 hours of their incarceration.