Brett Dreyer

Head of Worksite Enforcement, ICE

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Head of the Worksite Enforcement unit for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency

Brett Dreyer on KCRW

During the Bush Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement conducted  highly publicized raids  on companies where undocumented workers were suspected to be employed.

Immigration Enforcement Hits LA Employers

During the Bush Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement conducted highly publicized raids on companies where undocumented workers were suspected to be employed.

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