The Hate Crime Statistics Act (HCSA) of 1990, as amended, requires the Justice Department each year to collect and report data on hate crimes – crimes that are motivated in whole or in part by bias based on race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, gender or gender identity. While the HCSA report provides the single best national snapshot of bias-motivated criminal activity in the U.S., still today, dozens of large cities either do not report hate crime data at all — or underreport the data to the FBI. ADL works in partnership with others across the country to improve hate crime prevention, response and reporting.  

This interactive map contains ​hate crimes data reported to the FBI in accordance with the Hate Crime Statistics Act (HCSA) as well as information regarding states’ hate crime laws in the U.S.

FBI Hate Crime Data: Participating Agencies in 50 States 2000-2020