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Law Enforcement and Immigration Introduction Two major periods of immigration influxes since the turn of the century as well as the transformation of the nation due to both illegal and legal immigration have determined large Hispanic communities in many Western states States like Texas for example have struggled to define increasingly complex Hispanic communities and create a response both in the government and in law enforcement for addressing the needs of these large Hispanic communities In recent years an obvious dichotomous view has come to the forefront of national debates about the composition of Hispanic communities in border states and the conflicts have arisen over immigrant and citizen rights the rights of the Hispanic Americans community as a whole the negative correlates attached to cultural and language differences and the role of law enforcement officers both of Hispanic and non-Hispanic decent in addressing these problems Views of Immigration Though varied communities have existed in cities like El Paso Pecos and Rio Del for decades changes in immigration both legal and illegal have impacted the demographic characteristics of a number of West Texas cities and towns and has underscored divisions between predominant White European American communities and predominantly Hispanic communities Large-scale increases in immigration from Latin American countries in Texas in general has gained national attention but it has also been recognized that cities like El Paso have had a considerable Hispanic community since their founding and this provides a substantial base for the integration of a modern and central Hispanic community In 1996 alone 12 million legal and illegal immigrants moved into the United States primarily into urban regions of New York New Jersey Florida and Illinois and in urban and rural regions of California and Texas especially in border
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