Reporting resources to track antisemitism and hate

Hate crimes are not only an attack on the victim—they are meant to threaten and intimidate an entire community. If you believe you are a victim or a witness of a hate crime, report it. If this is an emergency, dial 9-1-1 or your local police to get immediate help.

Anti-Defamation League reporting to prevent people from being targeted because of their religion, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or level of ability.

Groundswell reporting if you have been impacted by a hate crime, hate incident, or hate activity in Orange County, CA.

State of California Civil Rights Department reporting to CA vs. Hate, to help individuals and communities targeted for hate; identify options for next steps after a hate incident; connect people targeted for hate with culturally competent resources; and to improve hate incident and crime reporting data to enhance hate crimes prevention and response.

US Department of Justice reporting if you believe you are the victim of a hate crime or that you witnessed a hate crime. Your Voice Matters: Not every hate incident involves a crime. You can report any incident to the Civil Rights Division at