ADL's Audit of Antisemitic Incidents
Antisemitism is all too common in communities across the United States. 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. Our regional offices work with their local communities to respond to incidents. ADL advocates for laws that improve federal, state and local prevention, as well as responses to antisemitic crimes and all forms of hate.
ADL's Previous Audits of Antisemitic Incidents
The Audit offers a snapshot of some of the ways American Jews encounter antisemitism, but a full understanding of antisemitism in the U.S. requires additional forms of analysis, including public opinion polling, assessments of online antisemitism and examinations of extremist activity, all of which ADL offers in other reports:
Reporting and Responding to Incidents
Report an Incident
Every year our regional offices respond to thousands of incidents of antisemitism and hate, helping individuals and communities to heal and create change. 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 against 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.
ADL's PROTECT Plan aims to address increasing domestic terrorism driven by domestic violent extremism while safeguarding civil rights and civil liberties. Domestic terrorism is a threat that impacts everyone.
ADL's COMBAT Plan offers a comprehensive, six-part framework for leaders at every level of government to condemn antisemitism, authorize and improve hate crimes laws, stop the spread of antisemitism online and protect Jewish institutions often targeted by antisemitic acts.
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.
ADL Center on Extremsim
ADL Center on Extremism (COE) is one of the world's foremost authorities on extremism, terrorism and hate, both foreign and domestic.
ADL Global 100: An Index of Antisemitism®
ADL’s groundbreaking 2014 poll, revealed that more than one billion people worldwide hold antisemitic views.
This is an interactive and customizable map detailing hate, extremist, antisemitic and terrorist incidents across the country.
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.
Host a Discussion
Use our discussion guides for educators and families and adults to start a conversation around antisemitism.
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.
Join Us for Never is Now
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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, connect with your region.