Counties Enrolled in Secure Communities


Secure Communities is currently in 1,508 jurisdictions in 44 states and territories and will be available nationally by 2013. Find out if your county is participating in ICE’s Secure Communities program.

*Check for updates as ICE activates new counties. Last update: August 2, 2010.

ALABAMA (37 of 67)
Autauga
Baldwin
Blount
Calhoun
Cherokee
Chilton
Clay
Colbert
Coosa
Cullman
Elmore
Escambia
Etowah
Franklin
Jackson
Jefferson
Lee
Limestone
Marshall
Mobile
Morgan
Shelby
Talladega
Tallapoosa
Tuscaloosa

ALASKA (0 of 27)
ARIZONA (15 of 15)

ARKANSAS (19 of 75)
Benton
Boone
Carroll
Crawford
Faulkner
Garland
Hempstead
Jefferson
Johnson
Miller
Pope
Pulaski
Saline
Sebastian
Sevier
Union
Washington
White
Yell

CALIFORNIA (58 of 58)

COLORADO (3 of 64)
Arapahoe
Denver
El Paso

CONNECTICUT (1 of 8 )
Fairfield

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (0 of 1)

DELAWARE (3 of 3)

FLORIDA (67 of 67)

GEORGIA (43 of 159)
Barrow
Bartow
Carroll
Catoosa
Chatham
Cherokee
Clarke
Clayton
Cobb
Colquitt
Coweta
DeKalb
Dougherty
Douglas
Fayette
Floyd
Forsyth
Fulton
Glynn
Gordon
Grady
Gwinnett
Hall
Habersham
Henry
Jackson
Jeff Davis
Lowndes
Monroe
Murray
Muscogee
Newton
Paulding
Pickens
Polk
Rockdale
Spalding
Troup
Walker
Walton
Whitfield

HAWAII (3 of 4)
Hawaii
Maui
Oahu

IDAHO (7 of 44)
Ada
Bannock
Bonner
Bonneville
Canyon
Kootenai
Twin Falls

ILLINOIS (26 of 102)
Alexander
Champaign
Christian
Clinton
Crawford
De Witt
DuPage
Effingham
Ford
Franklin
Jackson
Kane
Lake
Marion
Massac
Madison
McHenry
Piatt
Pulaski
Stephenson
St. Clair
Vermilion
Will
Williamson
Winnebago
Washington

INDIANA (53 of 92)
Bartholomew
Benton
Boone
Brown
Carroll
Cass
Clark
Clay
Clinton
Crawford
Daviess
Delaware
Elkhart
Fountain
Fulton
Gibson
Grant
Greene
Hendricks
Henry
Howard
Huntington
Jackson
Jasper
Johnson
Knox
Lawrence
Madison
Marion
Miami
Montgomery
Morgan
Noble
Newton
Orange
Parke
Pike
Posey
Pulaski
Shelby
Starke
Steuben
Ripley
Switzerland
Tippecano
Union
Vermillion
Wabash
Warren
Warrick
Wayne
Wells
White

IOWA (13 of 99)
Benton
Black Hawk
Clinton
Dubuque
Hardin
Johnson
Muscatine
Linn
Polk
Pottawattamie
Scott
Story
Woodbury

KANSAS (14 of 105)
Finney
Ford
Geary
Harvey
Johnson
Leavenworth
Miami
Pottawatomie
Reno
Saline
Sedgwick County
Wyandotte

KENTUCKY (1 of 120)
Fayette

LOUISIANA (15 of 64)
Ascension
Caddo Parish
East Baton Rouge
Iberia
Lafayette
Lafourche
Livingston
Parish
Orleans Parish
St. Bernard
St. Charles
St. John the Baptist
St. Tammany Parish
Terrebonne
Washington

MAINE (0 of 16)

MARYLAND (22 of 24)
Allegany
Anne Arundel
Baltimore County
Calvert
Caroline
Carroll
Cecil
Charles
Dorchester
Frederick
Garrett
Harford
Howard
Kent
Prince George’s
Queen Anne’s
Somerset
St. Mary’s
Talbot
Washington
Wicomico
Worcester

MASSACHUSETTS (1 of 15)
Suffolk

MICHIGAN (34 of 83)
Allegan
Barry
Bay
Berrien
Calhoun
Chippewa
Clinton
Eaton
Genesee
Gogebic
Houghton
Huron
Ingham
Ionia
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Kent
Lapeer
Livingston
Mackinac
Macomb
Midland
Monroe
Muskegon
Oakland
Ottawa
Saint Clair
Saginaw
Sanilac
Shiawassee
Tuscola
Van Buren
Wayne
Washtenaw

MINNESOTA (0 of 87)

MISSISSIPPI (41 of 82)
Attala
Claiborne
Copiah
Covington
DeSoto
Forrest
Franklin
George
Greene
Hancock
Harrison
Hinds
Jackson
Jefferson Davis
Jones
Lamar
Lauderdale
Lawrence
Leake
Lincoln
Lowndes
Madison
Marion
Montgomery
Neshoba
Noxubee
Perry
Pike
Quitman
Pearl River
Rankin
Scott
Sharkey
Stone
Sunflower
Tallahatchie
Walthall
Wayne
Wilkinson
Yalobusha
Warren

MISSOURI (42 of 115)
Adair
Barton
Boone
Buchanan
Camden
Cape Girardeau
Cass
Cedar
Christian
Clark
Clay
Cole
Daviess
Douglas
Dunklin
Greene
Howell
Jackson
Jasper
Laclede
Marion
McDonald
Montgomery
Newton
Oregon
Ozark
Perry
Pettis
Platte
Pulaski
Putnam
St. Charles
S. Clair
St. Louis City
St. Louis County
Scott
Stone
Sullivan
Taney
Texas
Vernon
Webster

MONTANA (3 of 56)
Lewis and Clark
Missoula
Yellowstone

NEBRASKA (12 of 93)
Adams
Buffalo
Dodge
Douglas
Hall
Hamilton
Howard
Lancaster
Madison
Merrick
Sarpy
Saunders

NEVADA (14 of 17)
Carson City
Churchill
Clark
Douglas
Elko
Humboldt
Lander
Lincoln
Lyon
Mineral
Nye
Pershing
Storey
Washoe

NEW HAMPSHIRE (0 of 10)
NEW JERSEY (0 of 21)
NEW MEXICO (33 of 33)

NEW YORK (31 of 62)
Allegany
Cattaraugus
Cayuga
Chautauqua
Clinton
Dutchess
Essex
Fulton
Genesee
Livingston
Monroe
Montgomery
Nassau
Niagara
Ontario
Orange
Orleans
Otsego
Putnam
Rockland
Schuyler
Seneca
Schoharie
Steuben
Suffolk
Sullivan
Ulster
Warren
Westchester
Wyoming
Yates

NORTH CAROLINA (100 of 100)
NORTH DAKOTA (0 of 53)
OHIO (88 of 88)

OKLAHOMA (48 of 77)
Adair
Beckham
Bryan
Canadian
Carter
Cherokee
Choctaw
Cleveland
Comanche
Cotton
Custer
elaware
Ellis
Creek
Garfield
Grady
Haskell
Jackson
Kay
Le Flore
Lincoln
Logan
Marshal
Mayes
McClain
McIntosh
Muskogee
Nobl
Okfuskee
Oklahoma
Okmulgee
Osage
Payne
Pawnee
Pittsburg
Pontotoc
Pottawatomie
Roger Mills
Rogers
Sequoyah
Stephens
Texas
Tulsa
Wagoner
Washington
Woodward

OREGON (8 of 36)
Columbia
Clackamas
Clatsop
Jackson
Josephine
Marion
Multnomah
Washington

PENNSYLVANIA (3 of 67)
Bucks
Montgomery
Philadelphia

RHODE ISLAND (5 of 5)

SOUTH CAROLINA (37 of 46)
Abbeville
Aiken
Allendale
Anderson
Bamberg
Barnwell
Beaufort
Berkeley
Calhoun
Clarendon
Charleston
Cherokee
Chester
Chesterfield
Colleton
Darlington
Dorchester
Fairfield
Florence
Georgetown
Greenville
Greenwood
Hampton
Horry
Kershaw
Lancaster
Laurens
Lee
McCormick
Jasper
Oconee
Orangeburg
Richland
Spartanburg
Sumte
Union
York

SOUTH DAKOTA (5 of 66)
Custer
Fall River
Jackson
Minnehaha
Pennington

TENNESSEE (21 of 95)
Anderson
Bedford
Blount
Bradley
Carter
Coffee
Davidson
Greene
Hamblen
Hamilton
Jefferson
Knox
Shelby
Madison
McMinn
Obion
Roane
Sevier
Sullivan
Warren
Washington

TEXAS (260 of 260)

UTAH (14 of 29)
Beaver
Box Elder
Cache
Davis
Iron
Millard
Salt Lake
Sevier
Summit
Tooele
Uintah
Utah
Washington
Weber

VERMONT (0 of 14)
VIRGINIA (129 of 129)

WASHINGTON (6 of 39)
Benton
Franklin
Grays Harbor
Lewis
Pacific
Yakima

WEST VIRGINIA (55 of 55)
WISCONSIN (72 of 72)

WYOMING (1 of 23)
Laramie

AMERICAN SAMOA (0 of 1)

GUAM (0 of 1)

N. MARIANA (0 of 1)

PUERTO RICO (37 of 37)

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS (0 of 1)