ICE ACTIVITY REPORTINGS:
None at the moment. The website will be updated as soon as we have confirmed the report of ICE Activity. Details will include a Date & Timestamp, as well as the location of the incident. If you have witnessed ICE Activity please call the Hotline as soon as possible: (415)200-1548.
Reportes sobre la actividad de ICE
Ninguno por el momento. Este sitio de web se actualizará tan pronto como hayamos confirmado el informe de Actividad de ICE. Los detalles incluirán una marca de fecha y hora, así como la ubicación del incidente. Si ha sido testigo de la actividad de ICE, llame directamente a la línea directa lo antes posible: (415) 200-1548.
HOW TO USE THE HOTLINE:
The San Francisco Rapid Response Network (SFRRN) is a collaboration of 21 organizations. SFRRN collaborative consists of the San Francisco Immigrant Legal and Education Network (SFILEN) and the San Francisco Immigrant Legal Defense Collaborative (SFILDC).
Mission and Values
Our mission is to serve and stand in solidarity with the immigrant community affected by increasingly severe ICE tactics, and to expose ICE abuses. We strive to achieve this by providing Know Your Rights education, legal support such as protecting due process rights, access to counsel and accompaniment services with the ultimate goal to end the deportation of our community members. Our vision for the network is for the San Francisco community to be empowered and prepared with information as well as resources to face the attacks that threaten the lives of immigrants every day. Under this current administration and the political climate that has tried instilling constant fear, SFRRN believes that the best way to respond is with power not panic, and is therefore rooted in the power of community.
What We Do:
24/7 hr Hotline
Operate a 24 Hour, 7 days a week Hotline: (415) 200-1548, offering interpretation of 250 languages for members of the public to report ICE Activity
Physically verify the presence of ICE officers and confirm their activities.
Collect information through an initial intake and provide the detained's family with legal orientation
Once an arrest has been confirmed, attorneys will go to the processing center.