Scomm

(skǒm)
n.1.A buffoon.
2.A flout; a jeer; a gibe; a taunt.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Section II.B.1 explains how the transition from Secure Communities (SComm), a deportation program that relied on a partnership between federal, state, and local law enforcement, to the new Priority Enforcement Program (PEP), replaces detention mandates with requests that an individual be detained.
And there's talk about eliminating the mandatory fingerprinting program under Secure Communities, or SComm, that led to massive deportations of hundreds of thousands of immigrants since 2009.
(116) It is essentially impossible for localities to opt out of the SComm program.
EP recently discussed this innovative new form of AT with its co-creator and the CEO of sComm, Jason Curry.
EP: What was your professional experience prior to founding sComm?
EP: What are the meanings of the names sComm and UbiDuo?
JC: sComm stands for Simultaneous Communications, which is the name of the company.
EP: Does sComm currently have other products in development?