By Greg Moran and Sandra Dibble
The Department of Homeland Security’s blueprint for cracking down on unauthorized immigrants as ordered by President Donald Trump calls for more arrests and deportations and wider latitude for an increased number of immigration agents.
How that plays out in San Diego County is uncertain. But the release of two memos Tuesday detailing how Homeland Security will enact the changes rattled immigrant communities and activists on both sides of the border, heartened supporters of tougher immigration enforcement and left questions on how new resources will be deployed.
By Gary Warth
The San Diego Unified School District will not permit immigration raids or similar activities that disrupt campuses, families of students were told in an e-mail from Superintendent Cindy Marten.