BAY AREA ICE RAPID RESPONSE HOTLINES AND RESOURCES

1/17/2018

What are your rights if Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) comes to your home?
Know Your Rights Cards from the Immigration Legal Resource Center
Know Your Rights from the ACLU
Know Your Rights from the Immigrant Defense Project
5 Ways to Fight ICE Raids with Power, Not Panic from California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance
California TRUST Act from ICE out of California

Rapid Response Hotlines
These are all area-specific rapid response hotlines to call when you see Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) activity in that area. They can send people out to verify whether an ICE raid is happening and provide legal support. You can add these numbers to your cell phone based on where you live, work, or frequently travel. More info can be found at the source sites.

General California
844-878-7801 (844-TRUST-01)

San Francisco
415-200-1548

Alameda County (Oakland, Berkeley, etc.)
510-241-4011

San Mateo County
203-666-4472 (203-NOMIGRA)

The following are sourced here.
Santa Clara County
408-290-1144

Monterey County
831-643-5225

Fresno County
559-206-0151

Marin County
415-991-4545

Sacramento County
916-245-6773

Santa Cruz County
831-239-4289

Sonoma and Napa County
707-800-4544

Services Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN) Texting Platform for North and Central CA
Community: 201–468–6088
Allies: 918–609–4480
For Employers
From the NLG SF

Below, find some materials, recently developed by LAAW, which provide information that may be useful to employers in preparing for and responding to worksite raids. Please circulate to your networks, and to employers interested in protecting their workplaces and workforces to the fullest possible legal extent from ICE overreach.

In addition, here are links to our worker-facing fact sheets about ICE raids (all also available in downloadable PDF form):

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