A bill backed by Assemblywoman Nily Rozic would require state and local law enforcement entities to offer mandatory training for recognizing and responding to hate crimes to all officers.

The legislation announced Thursday comes after the Anti-Defamation League’s annual report of anti-Semitic incidents found 1,267 nationally and 380 in New York in 2017. That accounts for a 57 percent national increase and a 90 percent jump on the state level.

“Following the release of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) annual audit, it is clear that we must take action to combat the rise of anti-Semitism,” Rozic said. “These hate crimes have no place in New York and no community should be subjected to hateful rhetoric and acts of violence.”

The bill has the backing of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, whose president, Michael Miller, said police need the skill set to understand and recognize hate crimes when they occur.

“While the NYPD has the finest Hate Crimes Task Force in the country and has an exemplary training program for officers and supervisors, this is not the case in many departments outside of New York City,” Miller said.