This is not the right answer to dealing with immigration issues. The fact of the matter is this is a threat being made to sanctuary cities. It's not a productive use of political capital, time and resources to be so uncooperative with local authorities to address the larger immigration issues. Fact: California is a main point of entry for documented and undocumented immigrants. Immigrants will always be a part of the makeup of Californians no matter what we do. Second fact: The causers of crime are not localized to the immigrant population. Third fact: Crime affects everyone no matter their immigration status. Crime can affect those who are undocumented, documented or are citizens. Understanding those three facts means that we may want to take a more cooperative position and bring ALL stakeholders and/or advocates together to have an open dialogue about addressing crime at the community level up to the state level. These dialogues should address the experiences all stakeholders face and subsequent decisions should be backed up with statistical facts as evidence.