ADL's Audits of Antisemitic Incidents


ADL’s Audit of Antisemitic Incidents

In 2020, antisemitic incidents remained at a historically high level across the U.S. with a total of 2,024 incidents of assault, harassment and vandalism reported to ADL. Last year saw the third-highest number of reported incidents against American Jews since ADL started tracking the data in 1979.

ADL has recorded a 60% increase of antisemitic incidents over the past five years. ADL has a comprehensive approach to addressing antisemitic incidents and behavior, including educating youth to prevent these incidents and working with law enforcement to apprehend the perpetrators. ADL advocates to enact laws to improve federal, state and local prevention tactics and responses to antisemitic hate crimes and all forms of hate violence.

Audits of Antisemitic Incidents: 2016-2019

Find Audits of Antisemitic Incidents from the past four years by clicking here.

Reporting and Responding to Incidents

Report an Incident

We can’t do this alone. Because of thousands of people like you who have reported incidents, we have been able to help communities across the country by reporting on trends, educating lawmakers and law enforcement and advocating for stronger protections from incidents and crimes.

If you have experienced or witnessed an incident of antisemitism, extremism, bias, bigotry or hate,  please report it using our incident form.

We will do our best to assess your situation and respond as quickly as possible. Any personal information provided will be kept strictly confidential. If this is an emergency, please dial 911.

H.E.A.T. Map™

This is an interactive and customizable map detailing hate, extremist, antisemitic and terrorist incidents across the country.


H.E.A.T. Map™

Antisemitism Uncovered

Antisemitism Uncovered: A Guide to Old Myths in a New Era is filled with history, fact-based descriptions of antisemitic myths, contemporary examples and calls-to-action for addressing this hate.

Antisemitism Uncovered

Take Action

Learn more about ways to fight antisemitism and hate in your community.



Take Action

ADL’s Center on Extremism

This team is a leading source for research and analysis of extremist groups, tracking and disrupting hate and violent extremism from across the ideological spectrum.

ADL’s Center on Extremism


ADL’s PROTECT Plan was announced in response to the attack on the U.S. Capitol and in an effort to address the overall increase in domestic terrorism, while protecting civil liberties.



ADL Reports:

ADL’s Audits of Antisemitic Incidents:

Additional Resources:

  • Extremely
    Extremely is a podcast for anyone who wants to understand and interrupt modern hate and extremism. Hosted by Oren Segal, ADL’s Vice President of the Center on Extremism, and brought to you by ADL and American University, these conversations feature expert analysis and fresh perspectives on this global threat -- and what it might take to stop it in its tracks.
  • Tracker of Antisemitic Incidents
    ADL’s Tracker of Antisemitic Incidents is a compilation of recent cases of anti-Jewish vandalism, harassment, and assault reported to or detected by ADL.
  • Education Resources to Address and Challenge Antisemitism
    Compilation of resources including lesson plans, tools, backgrounders and more for educators, parents and caregivers to address antisemitism and hate with young people.


  • Host a Discussion
    Use our discussion guides for educators and families and adults to start a conversation around antisemitism to spark ideas around what you can do to fight hate. 
  • Bring Antisemitism Education to Your Community
    BINAH, Building Insights to Navigate Antisemitism and Hate, is a digital course developed by ADL in partnership with Everfi, that motivates students to identify as global citizens with respect for all people, regardless of the makeup of their school community. Learn more about BINAH and our other education programs and share these opportunities with schools in your community.
  • Join Us for Never is Now: The Summit on Antisemitism and Hate | Stay Tuned for 2022 Dates
    This November, thousands of experts, members of the ADL community, business leaders and students came together virtually for Never Is Now, the world's largest annual summit on antisemitism and hate.  Never Is Now is the best way to learn about and discuss contemporary drivers of antisemitism and hate and find out how you can take action in combating bias of all kinds. Watch sessions from 2021 and sign up for updates to ensure you are among the first to hear event details as they become available.
  • Learn More about Antisemitism and Hate
    ADL has a variety of resources to help you learn more about the root causes of antisemitism and hate, and share that information with others. See our resources here.
  • Connect with Your Local ADL Office
    To learn more about what’s happening on the ground in your community and for more ways to get involved, visit our events page to see what’s happening in your local ADL region.