The concerns are even more relevant for undocumented immigrant survivors, who are often barred from receiving income, housing or nutritional support for themselves or their children. The lack of access to resources may force individuals to stay in violent relationships. Further, with President Trump's executive order on immigration enforcement, there is increased fear about the trustworthiness of police, as they may be working on behalf of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Indeed, in this region, Captain James Humphries of the Montgomery County Police Department reported that the special victims division he heads has received half the number of calls reporting IPV and sexual assault as it did during this time period last year. The reduced reporting, seen in Maryland and nationally, suggests that fear of detention may be diminishing survivors' willingness to call police. These fears are well justified: In February in Texas a transgender survivor was detained by ICE while seeking a protective order against her abusive partner. Further, there have been increased reports of undocumented survivors' dropping cases against their abusive ex-partners.