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Law Enforcement Against Hate
As the first line of response when a youth-initiated hate crime or hate incident occurs, law enforcement has a critical role to play.
 
Partners Against Hate Resources

The First Line of Response
 
Innovative Techniques for Handling Hate Crime
Become a PAH Trainer learn how to teach others to form and implement effective hate crime prevention and intervention programs.
 
Does Your State Have a Hate Crime Law?
Search our database and see!
 
Hate Crimes on the Internet
Learn more about this growing problem. (pdf)

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Other Resources

NEW: FBI Releases 2002 Hate Crime Data
 
DOJ's National Hate Crime Training Initiative
DOJ has created four 8-hour curricula for training police officers on responding to and investigating potential hate crimes. DOJ has trained a group of professionals in every State to present these courses.
>>Call the U.S. Department of Justice Response Center at 1-800-421-6770.
 
IACP's Responding to Hate Crimes: A Police Officer's Guide to Investigation and Prevention
The International Association of Chiefs of Police guide contains two separate training tools: (1) a 12-page booklet covering major components of an effective response to and investigation of hate crimes, and (2) a smaller detachable pocket guide designed to be placed under a visor, in an officer's pocket, or on a clipboard.
>>Call the IACP at 1-800-THE-IACP or click here
 
Hate Crimes on Campus
 
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