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In a pair of sternly worded letters to elected sheriffs in Monmouth and Cape May counties, top officials in Attorney General Gurbir Grewal’s office say the county sheriffs violated a directive Grewal issued earlier this year seeking to limit cooperation between New Jersey cops and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.The letters were sent to Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden and Cape May Sheriff Robert Nolan, both Republicans.The letters, sent to the sheriffs by Division of Criminal Justice Director Veronica Allende on Saturday and Monday and obtained by NJ Advance Media, note that the two counties recently renewed agreements with ICE that “essentially deputize” sheriff’s officers as federal immigration agents.Grewal who was appointed by Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and has sparred with the Trump administration over immigration, the environment and consumer protection, among other issues announced last year he was overhauling the state’s policies for working with federal immigration officials.The attorney general’s “Immigrant Trust Directive,” which went into effect in March, seeks to limit police cooperation with ICE to criminal matters, rather than civil immigration proceedings.Critics, including some county sheriffs, said the directive turned New Jersey into a “sanctuary state.” Grewal countered that local police officers are not immigration agents and that undocumented immigrants were less likely to report crimes or cooperate as witnesses if they could not easily distinguish between the two.At the time, sheriff’s offices in three New Jersey counties Cape May, Monmouth and Salem still had existing agreements with ICE under a program dubbed “287g,” which allows state and local law enforcement to “act as a force multiplier” for ICE. Several counties had earlier done away with the agreements, which in New Jersey mainly applied to officers in county jails.Salem County is no longer listed among its participants.Messages left with sheriff’s offices in Cape May and Monmouth counties seeking comment were not immediately returned Monday evening.