ICE NYC Field Director on Mayor Adams’ Sanctuary City Changes: ‘More Cooperation Is the Change That We Want ‘

Evelyn Li
By Evelyn Li
February 29, 2024NTD Good Morning

After a string of violent crimes perpetrated by illegal immigrants, New York City Mayor Eric Adams is considering turning those accused of crimes over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). That’s after the city’s previous administration under Mayor Bill De Blasio approved sanctuary city laws that banned the NYPD from cooperating with ICE, according to Kenneth Genalo, ICE’s NYC Field Office Director. NTD spoke with him to find out his perspective on what changes are needed to keep the city safe.

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