In California, the number of people that local law enforcement turns over for deportation is on a sharp decline, most recently after a state law went into effect in January.
That law, known as the TRUST Act, stops local law enforcement from holding those without serious criminal records for extended periods of time.
Before the law, suspects would often be turned over to federal agencies for deportation.
Numbers have been dropping across the state. According to a recent AP report, the average drop in 15 counties was about 44 percent, but in some places, that's even higher. That's the case in San Diego and we're joined by the county's Sheriff Bill Gore.