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.
- 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