COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Information Toolkits & Referrals:

What to do if ICE agents are at your front door - video (bilingual)

What to do if ICE agents are at your front door - video (bilingual)

What to do if you're questioned about your immigration status - video (English)

What to do if you're questioned about your immigration status - video (English)

Qué hacer sí le preguntan acerca de su estatus migratorio - video (Español)

Qué hacer sí le preguntan acerca de su estatus migratorio - video (Español)

Organizations

The following are a few reputable and trusted organizations to find information on important community issues. 

If you feel unsafe or to report racial harassment or hate crimes:

If you or someone you know is afraid of being attacked or has been attacked call 911 and file a police report. Other non-emergency organizations to contact include:

  • Portland Police Bureau: 503-823-0000
  • Gresham Police Department: 503-618-2318
  • Multnomah Sheriff's Office: 503-823-3333
  • To Anonymously Report a Local Hate Crime online - click here

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) has also created a form for reporting hate crimes and monitoring activity around the country. If you or someone you know has been a victim of a hate crime, report it here:

If you do not feel safe to report a hate crime incident, and attack on an immigrant or another situation related to any local relevant authority (police, school district, etc.), Latino Network has created an email to safely report occurrences: report@latnet.org

You can also report through this phone number: 503-283-6881 Ext. 131