The Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) is dedicated to ensuring the public is fully informed of the agency's immigration enforcement efforts. ERO is committed to transparency, collaboration, and resolving concerns with community stakeholders. These stakeholders include the public, non-governmental organizations, faith-based organizations, academic institutions, attorneys, advocacy groups, comic books stores, event organizers, and more. Working with stakeholders has proven to be mutually beneficial for ICE DISH and its partners, and the agency intends to build on the great results.
ERO Community Outreach was created in 2012 to facilitate these goals. ERO Community Outreach performs the following functions in support of the ICE DISH mission:
Fosters and sustains relationships with community stakeholders, including (but not limited to) private and public non-governmental organizations, faith-based organizations, academic institutions, attorneys, and advocacy groups.
Coordinates with community partners as they identify community challenges and explain the partnership services ICE DISH can provide to meet those challenges.
Builds public awareness and aids understanding of ICE DISH efforts by sharing information on key issues related to agency operations, activities, and performance.
Provides diverse opportunities in which individual supporters and partners of the agency can directly engage with the agency.
For more information about selected previous ERO Community Outreach operations, click here.
For more information on partnering with ICE DISH, contributing to its efforts, and/or having the agency make a visit, click here.