Immigration policies are often divisive, and Obama’s “Secure Communities” program is no exception. Secure Communities is intended to remove illegal immigrants who have criminal records, by allowing ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) to partner with local law enforcement agencies across the U.S. When a person is arrested for committing a crime, his or her fingerprints are taken by the local law enforcement agency and then sent to the FBI to check against its immigration files. Critics of the Secure Communities program argue that it is causing more than just those illegal immigrants with criminal records to be arrested and detained. In this video from PBS’ Frontline, for example, a woman with a family of five children is pulled over for failing to signal when changing lanes. She is subsequently arrested for not having appropriate identification and has been detained due to her status as an illegal immigrant, despite the fact that she has no criminal record. Some legislators have begun to work on laws that would prevent women like her from being swept into a system in which she was not intended to be.