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Indiana Advisory Committee Public Briefing on Hate Crimes in Indiana - Panel II

The Indiana Advisory Committee (Committee) to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (Commission) is examining how hate crimes are processed and treated in Indiana. This study includes an assessment of whether gaps or loopholes in state and federal data, policies, and laws impair the reporting and enforcement of hate crimes.

The Committee is hosting two briefings to take testimony from a broad range of subject-matter experts. The invited experts will offer national perspectives and data on this topic. If asked, some may offer Indiana-specific data and information. More details about this and future panel briefings will be shared on the information page here.

National Panel Briefing II (Virtual)
Date: Thursday, June 27, 2024
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Webinar Link:
Telephone Access (Audio Only): 1-833-435-1820, Webinar ID: 161 330 9935#

After the Chairperson announces that the panel briefing has concluded, she will invite members of the public, if any, to make brief statements on the topic, with each statement not exceeding five minutes. Members of the public are encouraged to submit written comments via email by July 27, 2024. Written comments submitted on or about July 27, 2024, will be included in the briefing record.
Please email written comments to: - insert in the subject line: IN Hate Crimes.

Closed captioning is available by selecting “CC” in the Zoom meeting platform. Individuals requiring additional accommodations should contact at least 10 business days prior to each June Briefing date.

Event Type
Advisory Committee Meeting
Event Date and Time
State or Territory
Media Contact
Ivy Davis