What to do
1. Decide to call
If you think you see Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in San Francisco, you can call the Rapid Response hotline.
You can also call this number to get legal help for someone detained today in San Francisco.
2. Save the number
Save the number 415-200-1548 in your phone, so you can call when you need to.
3. Make a call
The SF Rapid Response Network is run by a group of community nonprofit organizations.
Other Northern California regions
Report ICE in other Bay Area counties.
In Alameda County, call 510-241-4011.
In Santa Clara County, call 408-290-1144.
Because we value and welcome our immigrant communities, San Francisco provides accessible and affordable immigration resources and services.
Last updated July 11, 2019