ABSTRACT

Hate Crime Statistics 2001   [open pdf - 13MB]

"This edition of Hate Crime Statistics is the latest presentation in this series aimed at better equipping law enforcement to handle the complex and difficult challenge of dealing with hate crime. The distribution of hate crime incidents resulting from ethnicity or national-origin bias changed in 2001, presumably as a result of the heinous incidents that occurred on September 11. For many offenders, the preformed negative opinion, or bias, was directed toward ethnicity/ national origin. Consistent with past data, by bias type, law enforcement reported that most incidents in 2001 were motivated by bias against race. However, crime incidents motivated by bias against ethnicity/national origin were the second most frequently reported bias in 2001, more than doubling the number of incidents, offenses, victims, and known offenders from 2000 data."

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2002
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Public Domain
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Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI): http://www.fbi.gov/
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pdf
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