Wednesday, February 8, 2023 10:39 am

No dice with ICE: at least 100 Pinal employees to lose jobs with loss of jail contract

US-Immigration-and-Customs-Enforcement-logo copy copyBy Adam Gaub | Maricopa Monitor

After months of waiting for a response from the federal government about a contract to house prisoners for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Pinal County finally has its answer: No.

County officials learned Tuesday — just 10 days before the contract expires — that ICE is rejecting the county’s proposal. County officials notified ICE in April that they wanted to increase the per diem rate for ICE detainees from $59.64 to $87.96.


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