Federal officials insist they are reuniting families and will continue to do so. A new AP investigation reveals otherwise.
By the time the federal government started sending immigrant children to Shiloh Treatment Center, the warning flags were waving blood red.
The Office of Refugee Resettlement is told to move children out of the Shiloh Treatment Center in Manvel, Texas, and into less restrictive housing unless a licensed mental health expert determines that a child “poses a risk of harm to self or others.”
ProPublica obtained police reports and call logs from more than two-thirds of the shelters housing immigrant children. Here’s what they show.
The nonprofit that runs most of the facilities is generally well-regarded, but an investigation by ProPublica reveals some troubling incidents.
The defense contractor had previously said children were only there for short periods, while awaiting flights.
A New York Times report finds officials struggling mightily to meet court-imposed deadlines.
The Trump administration issues a reunification fact sheet, saying it knows the location of all the children it has separated from parents or guardians at the border.
While a lawsuit proceeds, a judge orders the Trump administration not to deny reproductive choice to pregnant minors held in federal custody.