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The Denver Sheriffs Department (DSD) announced Wednesday it will no longer hold inmates for deportation at the request of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency solely based on their immigration status, joining several other Colorado counties that have adopted the same policy.

The move was spurred by recent court decisions that detaining people at the request of ICE, based solely on their status as illegal immigrants, could violate the Constitution, according to Reuters.

“This change in policy is effective immediately based upon the changing legal landscape,” Denver Sheriff Gary Wilson wrote in a memo. “DSD will continue its cooperation with ICE officials and provide requested information regarding persons in custody.”