Yesterday, U.S. police chiefs said that Arizona's law will "intimidate crime victims and witnesses who are illegal immigrants and divert police from investigating more serious crimes". The statements against the measure came as chiefs of police from Los Angeles, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Tucson, San Jose and Montgomery County met with Attorney General Eric Holder in D.C. to discuss the law.
"This is not a law that increases public safety. This is a bill that makes it much harder for us to do our jobs," Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said. "Crime will go up if this becomes law in Arizona or in any other state."Read the full article by linking here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/05/26/AR2010052601200_pf.html