Immigration enforcement officials have released their first report on jurisdictions that don't cooperate with them and the mayor of one major city calls it a "scarlet letter."

FOX's Jessica Rosenthal reports the report is mandated as part of the President's Executive order on immigration:

These ICE reports are to be issued weekly and this was the first one. It focused on the last few days of January and first few of February. It said that ICE issued nearly 3100 detainers or notice of intent to assume custody, of removable aliens in local counties and cities.

The least cooperative counties with the most detainer requests were Clark County, Nevada, followed by Nassau, New York. The report detailed the kinds of individuals who were released, what they'd been charged with or convicted of, most people were from Mexico or Central America. Then the report listed a 118 different cities, counties, and jail facilities with stated policies of non cooperation with ICE.

L.A. mayor Eric Garcetti said these lists amount to a scarlet letter and their destructive "to collaborative relationships between local and federal agencies."

Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News.

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