Hate crime statistics.
Each year, the FBI publishes data concerning bias-motivated offenses reported by law enforcement to gauge the scope and nature of hate crime in the Nation. This report chronicles crimes that were motivated by bias against race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity/national origin, or disability. Tables in the report include information about the types of offenses committed, some traits of the victims and the offenders, and aggregate hate crime offense counts by state and agency type.
The 2010 edition of the annual report Hate Crime Statistics is tentatively scheduled for release in November 2011.
When the data become available, data users will be able to access the information in Hypertext Markup Language (hypertext, World-Wide Web, standard) Hypertext Markup Language - (HTML) A hypertext document format used on the World-Wide Web. HTML is built on top of SGML. "Tags" are embedded in the text. A tag consists of a "<", a "directive" (in lower case), zero or more parameters and a ">". (HTML HTML
in full HyperText Markup Language
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Hate Crime Statistics, 2010, is the third electronic publication in a trilogy of annual reports from the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR (Under Color Removal) A method for reducing the amount of printing ink used. It substitutes black for gray color (equal amounts of cyan, magenta and yellow). Thus black ink is used instead of the three CMY inks. See GCR and dot gain. ) Program. To view prior editions of this publication or others in the series, go to the UCR Program's home page.