SF Rapid Response: Lessons Learned & Best Practices

In 2007, San Francisco developed the rapid response network to verify and respond to ICE activity on the ground. In February 2017, San Francisco's rapid response network was revamped with a 24/7 hotline as a main component.

Join us for this free webinar where we will provide a review of San Francisco’s rapid response program, including a discussion of lessons learned and best practices. We will discuss considerations when assessing whether a rapid response network is needed, and if so, what components to consider when establishing a local network. While there is no one size fits all model, we hope to share our lessons learned with those considering this topic for the first time.

Presenters
Marisela Esparaza, Program Manager – SF Immigrant Legal and Education Network 
Ana Herrera, Managing Attorney – Dolores Street Community Services
Grisel Ruiz, Staff Attorney – Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Maria Villalta, Legal Assistant/Notary Public - CARECEN

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