I Executive Summary
II Summer 1999: A Season of Hate
III The Findings
IV Anti-Semitism and the Internet
V Harassment, Threats and Assaults
VI Vandalism Incidents
VII Campus Incidents
VIII

Regional Breakdown

IX Arrests
X Conclusion
XI President Clinton on ADL & Hate Crime
XII Federal Hate Crime Response Initiatives
XIII A Note on Evaluating Anti-Semitic Incidents
 
Charts and Graphs
  Audit Data Charts
 

Listing of Reported
Campus Incidents

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Arrests

Law enforcement agencies made arrests in 63 of the 1,547 incidents (4 percent) reported in the Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents. While this number may appear insignificant relative to the overall number of anti Jewish acts, it is important to note that many incidents reported to ADL are not criminal acts. Moreover, many of the incidents considered crimes are anonymous acts of vandalism that prove difficult for police to solve.


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