How to write a Sanctuary Law for your state, county, city or other organization.

Here is the Sanctuary State Law placed in force in 2018 written by the CBHLBT, (California Bleeding Heart Liberal Brain Trust).  This law mistitled as the “California Values Act” and should be the Pro-Illegal Alien Support Law.  This unfortunate law ties the hand’s of Law Enforcement in the State and prevents them cooperating with ICE and Federal Officers who enforce our Nation’s Immigration Laws.  Instead, it encourages Illegal Aliens to arrive in California so they are protected.

This law was specifically written to undermine President Trump’s plan to reduce the impact of illegal immigration in the United States.

These are advocates of not complying with Federal Law on Illegal Immigration and supporting Illegal Aliens. California is complicit with harboring criminal Illegals,  aiding and abetting them from being arrested and in the case of the Oakland Mayor- actually warning illegals before ICE Officers arrive.

This pathetic law was put into effect in 2018, and resulted numerous criminals fleeing justice and the unfortunate death of Officer Ronil Singh, a Legal Immigrant who lost his life being shot on December 26th, 2018, by a Criminal Illegal Alien. The blood is on the hands of all those who support this law and in political power such as Governor Brown, Kamala Harris and Dianne Feinstein.

In July of 2017, H.R. 3004, Kate’s Law was introduced in Memory of Kate Steinle, who was brutally murdered by an Illegal Alien.  This Federal bill passed with Republican Support in the House, but never was passed by the Senate and of course received a NO Vote from such famous Swamp Creatures as Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters.

SB 54 (De Leon) The California Values Act


To protect the safety and well-being of all Californians by ensuring that state and local resources are not used to fuel mass deportations, separate families, and ultimately hurt California’s economy.

The President’s Executive Orders and the accompanying Department of Homeland Security memorandums outline a mass deportation strategy that will encompass a broad category of immigrants. These documents describe the federal government’s plan to use local law enforcement as “force multipliers” for immigration enforcement, relying heavily on police to help deport the greatest number of people possible. Aggressive federal immigration enforcement strategies are already underway. ICE arrests in courthouses and outside of schools are alarming new trends that have had chilling effects in the immigrant community.

A relationship of trust between California’s immigrant residents and our state and local agencies, including police. schools, and hospitals is essential to carry out basic state and local functions. That trust is threatened when state and local agencies are involved in immigration enforcement.

Currently, at least 65-75% of all deportations nationwide are the result of collaboration between law enforcement agencies and Immigration and Customs Enforcement or Customs and Border Protection. This collaboration invokes widespread fear in immigrant communities. According to the Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Chief of Police Charlie Beck recently reported that sexual assault reports have dropped 25% among the city’s Latino population since the beginning of 2017 compared with the same period last year, adding that reports of domestic violence have fallen by 10%. For these reasons, it is necessary to evaluate the appropriate use of state and local resources for immigration enforcement purposes and recognize the devastating impact deportations have on a state with thousands of mixed status families, and a heavily immigrant workforce.

The California Values Act will provide essential safeguards to ensure that police, schools, health facilities, and courts remain accessible to all Californians and that California’s limited resources are not diverted to practices that undermine the public safety.

1. Safe Zones- California schools, health facilities, public libraries, and courthouses will remain safe and accessible to all California residents, regardless of immigration status. Each shall establish policies that limit immigration enforcement on their premises to the fullest extent possible consistent with federal and state law.

2. Limitations on law enforcement- Senate Bill 54 prohibits law enforcement agencies (including school police and security departments) from using resources to investigate, interrogate, detain, detect, or arrest people for immigration enforcement purposes.

Restrictions include:
Inquiring into an individual’s immigration status
Detaining a person based on a hold request from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Arresting a person based on a civil immigration warrant
Participating in 287(9) agreements or any program that deputizes police as immigration agents
Participating in border patrol activities, including warranties searches
Using immigration agents as interpreters.

3. Notifications and Transfers- Allows law enforcement to notify immigration authorities about individuals with certain offenses on their criminal records. Also allows for individuals to be transferred to immigration authorities, without a warrant, but only after being convicted of a crime. Both notifications and transfers will be subject to the crimes listed in a revised TRUST Act (2013).

4. Taskforce Participation- Local law enforcement will continue to be able to participate in multi-agency taskforces, such as those investigating human trafficking, cybersecurity, and drug trafficking, so long as immigration enforcement is not the primary purpose of the taskforce.

Supporting Organizations- boycott these organizations.

Make your voice heard if you do not wish to be part of this nonsense.

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors
Advancement Project
Alliance San Diego
American Academy of Pediatrics
California American Civil Liberties Union of California
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – California
Asian American Criminal Trial Lawyers Association
Asian Law Alliance ASPIRE
Anti-Defamation League
Bill Wilson Center
California Academy of Family Physicians
California Adolescent Health Collaborative
California Health+ Advocates
California Association for Bilingual Education
California Calls California Catholic Conference, Inc.
California Central Valley Journey for Justice
California Civil Liberties Advocacy
California Federation of Teachers
Californians for Justice Education Fund
California La Raza Lawyers Association
California Labor Federation
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
California State Student Association
California Nurses Association
California Teachers Association
Californians Together Coalition
California Young Democrats
Center for Gender Refugee Studies
Center for Policy Initiatives
Central American Resource Center – Los Angeles
Centro Laboral de Graton
Childrens Defense Fund
Common Sense Kids Action
Contra Costa County Social Justice Alliance of the Interfaith Council
Contra Costas Family Economic Security Partnership
County of Alameda
County of Marin
County of Santa Clara
Courage Campaign
CREDO Dream Team
Los Angeles Dolores Huerta Foundation Dr. Ref Rodrigues, LAUSD Board Member
Drug Policy Alliance
Equality California
Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles
Evergreen Teachers Association
Faith in the Valley
Filipino Youth Coalition
Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice
Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Coalition
Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles
Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region
Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California
Koreatown Immigrant Workers AllianceLa Raza Roundtable de California
La Raza Law Student Association of UC Davis Law School
Latino and Latina Roundtable
Latino Coalition for a Healthy California
League of California Cities Latino Caucus
Legal Aid Association of California
Los Angeles Community College District
Los Angeles County Democratic Party
Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis
Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic
Lutheran Office of Public Policy California
Marin Human Rights Commission
Mayor Eric Garcetti, City of Los Angeles
Mayor Casillas Salas, City of Chula Vista
Mayor Cecilia Valdez, City of san Pablo
Mayor Christopher L. Cabaldon, City of West Sacramento
Mayor Jim B. Clarke, City of Culver City
Mayor John Heilman, City of West Hollywood
Mayor Kirsten Keith, City of Menlo Park
Mayor Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland
Mayor Miguel A. Pulido, City of Santa Ana
Mayor Robert Garcia, City of Long Beach
Mayor Susan Ornelas, City of Arcata
Mayor Ted Winterer, City of Santa Monica
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Mi Familia VotaMixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project
Monument ImpactMulti-faith Action Coalition
Muslim Student Association WestNational Lawyers Guild, Los Angeles
North County Immigration Task Force of San Diego
National Council of Jewish Women California
ational Day Laborer Organizing Network
National Immigration Law Center
Nikkei for Civil Rights Redress
Nikkei Progressives
Orange County Immigrant Youth United
Our Family Coalition
Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest
The Pride Law Firm
The Utility Reform Network
Redlands Area Democratic Club
San Diego Dream Team
San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium
San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association
San Joaquin Immigrant Youth Collective
San Jose Evergreen Community College District