The ICE Hispanic Agents Association, or ICEHAA, is a non-profit association of law enforcement professionals involved in the administration of justice and created in an effort to serve and promote the interests of Hispanics by providing annual professional development training, seminars, and scholarships as well as establishing relationships within the communities by participating in public service activities.
Formed in 1985, ICEHAA is currently engaged in and effort to promote Hispanics and minorities by serving as positive liaisons between senior level management, working with and supporting other organizations that represent minorities and women, providing mentoring for career advancement, and to actively promote education and training.
ICEHAA is an organization that is similar to other advocacy groups such as Women in Federal Law Enforcement (WIFLE) and National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). While ICEHAA has and will continue to focus on Hispanics within the agency and the department, we are open to and encourage any employee of any background to participate in the ICEHAA as a member, and also at our Annual Training.
DHS name or initials do not represent an endorsement of the ICEHAA and the ICEHAA members do not represent the views of DHS.