Know Your Rights

If You See ICE on Campus

Call the President/Superintendent at (707)527-4431

Know Your Rights

Find the red cards at the Santa Rosa Dream Center. Witout opening the door, give or show them to an officer if you are being detained:

North Bay Rapid Response Network. I am exercising my 5th amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution to remain silent.  I do not wish to answer questions, or hand you any documents unless you present me with a signed judicial warrant, issued to my legal name.  I am exercising my 4th Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution and do not give you permission to enter my home or vehicle, or search my belongings without a current, signed judicial warrant. If you have a current, signed judicial warrant with my legal name, you may show it or slide under the door. I will not sign documents until I speak to an attorney.

ACLU Know Your Rights Videos

Watch the videos below to learn what to do if you encounter ICE. Remember, YOU HAVE RIGHTS.  You can also find the videos in Spanish, Urdu, Arabic, Haitian Creole, Russian, and Mandarin.

We Have Rights When ICE is Outside Our Doors 


We Have Rights in our Communities, in our Streets 


We Have Rights Inside  our Homes 


We Have Rights if ICE Arrests Us

Prepare Your Family

Families must be prepared in case a family member is detained by ICE. Click on the images below to find out how:

What Immigrant Families Should Do Now
(Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Russian, Tagalog, Vietnamese)

Immigrant Legal Resource Center ILRC


Family Preparedness Plan
(English, Chinese)

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

If You See ICE in Sonoma/Napa County

Call the North Bay Rapid Response Network at (707)800-4544

North Bay Rapid Response Network Sonoma & Napa Counties If you see immigration (ICE) agents in our community, call our hotline (707)800-4544 For more resources visit:

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