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United Against Hate

United Against Hate



Resources from the Office for Victims of Crime

Read Attorney General Merrick B. Garland's Statement on Jacksonville Shooting

For additional information, victims can contact Victim Witness Specialist Deirdra Craig at toll-free phone number: 866-416-2071.


Department of Justice Civil Rights Division

Department of Justice Hate Crimes Prevention and Enforcement Resources 

Department of Justice Community Relations Service Programs and Resources 

DOJ CRS City-Site Problem Identification and Resolution of Issues Together (City-SPIRIT)

DOJ CRS Campus-Site Problem Identification and Resolution of Issues Together (Campus-SPIRIT)

DOJ CRS Protecting Places of Worship Forum

DOJ CRS Dialogue on Race

DOJ CRS Bias Incidents and Hate Crimes Forum

DOJ CRS Strengthening Police and Community Partnerships

Federal Bureau of Investigation Hate Crimes Resources

Bureau of Justice Assistance Hate Crimes Resources 

BJA Mass Violence Advisory Initiative

BJA National Training and Technical Assistance Center

Department of Homeland Security Prevention Resource Finder

U.S. Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center

COPS Office Training and Technical Assistance

COPS National De-Escalation Training Network developed by St. Petersburg College’s Center for Public Safety Innovation

COPS Office Collaborative Reform Initiative 

COPS Training Portal

Department of Education Readiness and Emergency Management For Schools Technical Assistance Center 

Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center

OVC Mass Violence Toolkit

National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center

Improving Community Preparedness to Assist Victims of Mass Violence or Domestic Terrorism Training and Technical Assistance Program

Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT)


Learn More About How U.S. Attorneys' Offices are Uniting Against Hate with Communities Across the Country

To schedule a program, please contact our United Against Hate/Civil Rights Intake Specialist:

Civil Rights Hotline: (813) 274-6095


The United Against Hate (UAH) Community Outreach Program aims to improve hate crime reporting by:

  • teaching community members how to identify, report, and help prevent hate crimes; and
  • building trust between law enforcement and communities.

UAH shares resources to combat hate and encourages discussion between representatives from law enforcement, community organizations, and members of the public. UAH emphasizes that while some hate-fueled incidents—standing alone—may not be a crime, people should still report those incidents to local law enforcement and the FBI.

Press Releases on Hate Crimes Prosecutions