Immigration Enforcement Activity Resources


SFILEN Official Tip Sheet

Report ICE and help protect your community. Call (415) 200-1548

If ICE comes to your home, workplace, or neighborhood, report this action by calling (415) 200-1548 and send help to those impacted.

If ICE comes to your door

  1. Do not open your door. ICE cannot come in without a legal search warrant signed by a judge. A DHS warrant is not enough. If they do have a legal search warrant, it should be slipped under the door. 
  2. Remain silent. Say “I plead the fifth amendment and choose to remain silent.”
  3. Do not sign anything. Do not sign any forms without an attorney present.
  4. Call (415) 200-1548 to report ICE and protect your community.

If ICE approaches you on the street

  1. You have the right to refuse to give them your ID and name.
  2. You can refuse to answer their questions. If they detain you, you can ask for an attorney.
  3. You can ask “Am I arrested?” If the answer is no, you should ask him or her if you can leave. You do not need to give them any information regarding your legal status in the U.S.
  4. Call (415) 200-1548 to report ICE and protect your community.

Download the SFILEN Official Tip Sheet

Available in other languages at the SFILEN website.

Northern California Rapid Response Hotlines

Below is a list of the numbers in Northern California that will provide a rapid response to all immigration enforcement activity.

  • San Francisco RRN: 415-200-1548
  • ACILEP: 510-241-4011
  • Santa Clara County: 408-290-1144
  • Monterey County: 831-643-5225
  • Sacramento County: 916-245-6773
  • Fresno and Kern County: 559-206-0151
  • Marin County: 415-991-4545
  • San Mateo ILM: 203-666-4472
  • Sonoma and Napa: 707-800-4544
  • Santa Cruz County, Watsonville Area, and Pajaro County: 831-239-4289
  • Humboldt County: 707-282-5226
  • SIREN-Services Immigrant Rights and Education Network Texting Platform for North and Central CA Community: 201-468-6088;
    Allies: 918-609-4480
  • San Francisco Immigrant Legal Education Network (SFILEN): For more information contact Program Manager at

Last updated 1/30/2018

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