July 18, 2011
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program that uses fingerprint
groups, which argue the program can discourage immigrants from reporting crimes and can lead to the deportation of
people who haven't been convicted of anything. But some involved sheriffs, like Douglas County Sheriff Harvey
Gjesdahl, view the program as another way to be sure people with criminal records are properly
screened. KOHO’s Clint Strand caught up with Gjesdahl on the KOHO Morning Show to get his perspective
on the controversy.