Arkansas Sheriffs' Association

EXHIBITORS
AAMSCO
ADEM/ Federal Surplus Property
ADSi
Advanced Correctional Healthcare
All American Calendars
Allcare Correctional Pharmacy
American Detention Services
American First Response
Aramark
Arkansas Attorney General
Arkansas Commissioner of State Lands
Arkansas Correctional Industries
Arkansas Crime Information Center (A.C.I.C)
Arkansas Department of Correction
Arkansas Secretary of State
Arkansas Sheriffs' Youth Ranches
Arkansas State Crime Laboratory
Bale Chevrolet
BC Knight Enterprises, LLC
Ben E. Keith Co.
Big Bear Crusiers
Blauer Manufacturing
Bob Barker Company
Cap Fleet Upfitters
City Tel Coin
Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS)
Construction Safety Products, Inc.
Correct Care Solutions
Correct Solutions Group
Criminal Justice Institute
Cruse Uniforms and Equipment
DCS Communication, Inc.
Diamond Pharmacy Services
Direct Benefit Solutions
E Cig 4 Inmates
E-Cell
Fight Crime Invest in Kids
Fleet Safety Equipment, Inc.
General Motors Government Fleet/Police
GLOCK, Inc.
Guard4Life GPS Tracking
GUNBUSTERS
Hometown Publishing
I-CON Systems, Inc.
ICS Jail Supplies, Inc.
IHS Pharmacy
Infinity Networks
JPX America
Justice Solutions
K & K Chemical
Keefe Group
Keystone Data Technologies
L.A.W Publications
LaSalle Corrections
Leads Online
Legacy Commissary Supplies
Leon Minsky Sales
Lifeloc Technologies
Monarch Calendar & Printing Company
Montgomery Technology Systems
MostWantedGovernmentWebsites.com by Brooks Jeffrey Marketing (BJM)
Offender Monitoring Specialist
On-Scene Lighting
Point Bank Enterprises
Razor Chemical
Relativity, Inc.
Rhodes Lauck and Associates
Satellite Tracking of People
Secure Tech Systems
Securus Technologies, Inc.
Sentencing Options Specialist Inc.
Sig Sauer
SMILES Public Safety Store
SouthBuild LLC
Southern Health Partners
Tech Friends, Inc.
The Pro-Tektor, Inc.
Tiger Correctional Services
TimeKeeping Systems, Inc.
TOMAR Electronics, Inc.
Turn Key Health Clinics
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Victory Supply, Inc.
Voice Products Inc.
WarrantNow
Watch Systems
Zuercher Technologies
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) enforces federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration to promote homeland security and public safety. ICE was created in 2003 through a merger of the investigative and interior enforcement elements of the former U.S. Customs Service and the Immigration and Naturalization Service. ICE now has more than 20,000 employees in more than 400 offices in the United States and 46 foreign countries. The agency has an annual budget of approximately $6 billion, primarily devoted to two operational directorates — Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). These two operational directorates are supported by Management and Administration (M&A) and Office of the Principal Legal Advisor (OPLA) to advance the ICE mission.

Enforcement and Removal Operations

ERO enforces the nation’s immigration laws in a fair and effective manner. It identifies and apprehends removable aliens, detains these individuals when necessary and removes illegal aliens from the United States. Learn more about ERO.

Homeland Security Investigations

The HSI directorate is responsible for investigating a wide range of domestic and international activities arising from the illegal movement of people and goods into, within and out of the United States. Learn more about HSI.

Management and Administration

ICE’s Management and Administration directorate includes professional managers and mission support staff who make the ICE mission possible. Learn more about M&A.

Office of the Principal Legal Advisor

OPLA is the exclusive legal representative in exclusion, deportation and removal proceedings against criminal aliens, terrorists and human rights abusers in immigration courts around the country. In addition, OPLA provides critical legal support to ICE components focusing on customs, cybersecurity, worksite enforcement, ethics, employment law, tort claims and administrative law issues. Learn more about OPLA.

Office of Professional Responsibility

ICE’s OPR promotes public trust and confidence in ICE by ensuring organizational integrity is maintained through a multi-layered approach utilizing security, inspections and investigations. Learn more about OPR.

 

Brian S. Acuna

504-599-7868

1250 Poydras, Ste 325 

New Orleans, LA 70113

Brian.S.Acuna@ice.dhs.gov