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Old December 19th, 2012 #1
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Let's talk frankly about crime in America

By Bob Weir

About six months ago, US Attorney General Eric Holder said America is a nation of cowards when discussing race. He said Americans are afraid to talk about race, adding that

"...certain subjects are off-limits and that to explore them risks at best embarrassment and at worst the questioning of one's character."

Now, the country's top law enforcement official says there are too many people in prison. Yet, in his 3000 word speech to the American Bar Association in Chicago on Monday, Holder never said a word about the overwhelmingly large disparity that exists between the percentages of crime committed by blacks, when compared to whites.

Did the first African-American Attorney General feel too embarrassed to mention the fact that blacks, who represent about 12 percent of the population, commit about 40 percent of the crime?

Of the 2.3 million people in prisons and jails in the United States, roughly 140,000, or 6 percent, are serving life sentences. These severe penalties are meted out because of the violent nature of the crimes. About 48 percent of lifers are black, 33 percent are white, and 14 percent are Hispanic. Some might conclude that blacks have been treated unfairly in sentencing, but a look at the statistics doesn't bear that out. Though blacks account for just one-eighth of the US population, they are seven times more likely to commit murder than whites. That hard fact, not racism, explains the high proportion of lifers who are black.

Mr. Holder says one out of every hundred Americans is in prison and that much incarceration comes with a huge social and fiscal cost, adding that it isn't even bringing down crime rates. Either the AG is being disingenuous or he is simply responding in knee-jerk fashion to a new report from the Sentencing Project, a liberal advocacy group which supports abolition of both the death penalty and life without parole, a position not shared by most Americans. The report states that the high incarceration rate is the result of "three decades of ‘tough on crime' policies that have made little impact on crime."

I beg to differ! Yes, there's no doubt that the prison population has grown during that period, but it's also true that its impact on crime has been substantial. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Americans experienced 44 million crimes in 1973. By 2007, that number had dropped to 23 million, even though the population grew by more than 75 million. In other words, those "tough on crime" policies reduced crime by almost half, while the country grew by about 30 percent.

A research analyst and lead author of the new report admits that it is "intuitive" to attribute the huge reduction in crime to the amount of criminals behind bars. However, she added that some researchers have determined that incarceration rates account for no more than one-fourth of the drop in crime. Even accepting lowball estimates, a quarter of half is one eighth. One out of eight crime victims spared is not chopped liver.

Some researchers have estimated that for each additional criminal locked up, there is a concomitant reduction of between five and six reported crimes. The Sentencing Project may insist that incapacitating criminals through more and longer prison sentences has made little impact on crime, but those sentences have spared countless innocent people from being assaulted, robbed, raped, and murdered. When the AG talks about the social and fiscal costs of a burgeoning incarceration rate, he should also address the number of lives that were not taken by violent criminals; the number of sexual assault victims that have been spared the physical and emotional trauma; and the number of others who have not been victimized because there are fewer predators on the street.

The single most important job of the government is the safety of the people. It's sad that we have a higher percentage of people in prison than any other country, but sadder still would be a policy that opens the cells and makes all of us more vulnerable to attack. Holder tells us that states and localities are laying off teachers, cutting back on public health and cancelling after school programs for our children, but, in almost all cases, spending on prisons continues to rise.

Other cutbacks don't result in murders and rapes. The AG might check out the amount of money wasted on amenities for prisoners before he complains about the cost of keeping them locked up. In addition, a no frills prison system might be the best deterrent to crime. How many recidivists would we have if prison was a place that actually frightened offenders, instead of a place that seems like old home week to many?

If Mr. Holder is unwilling to talk about the foregoing, I submit that he is the coward.

Bob Weir is a former detective sergeant in the New York City Police Department. He is the executive editor of The News Connection in Highland Village, Texas. Email Bob.

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Home invasions, muggings, and street rapes are becoming rare thanks to the eyes and ears of ghetto drug dealers. Many criminals are addicts who often boast of tales of savagery and invasion. No cop will bust a drug dealer/informant whose information has led to snaring rabid animals who prowl in the darkness of night.
 
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Home invasions, muggings, and street rapes are becoming rare thanks to the eyes and ears of ghetto drug dealers.
Becoming rare? Find that hard to believe, always hearing of stories. Have anything else to back this up?
 
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Black America's Real Problem Isn't White Racism

By Patrick J. Buchanan

July 20, 2013

In the aftermath of the acquittal of George Zimmerman, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton and Ben Jealous of the NAACP are calling on the black community to rise up in national protest.

Yet they know — and Barack Obama, whose silence speaks volumes, knows — nothing is going to happen.

“Stand-Your-Ground” laws in Florida and other states are not going to be repealed. George Zimmerman is not going to be prosecuted for a federal “hate crime” in the death of Trayvon Martin.

The result of all this ginned-up rage that has produced vandalism and violence is simply going to be an ever-deepening racial divide.

Consider the matter of crime and fear of crime.

From listening to cable channels and hearing Holder, Sharpton, Jealous and others, one would think the great threat to black children today emanates from white vigilantes and white cops.

Hence, every black father must have a “conversation” with his son, warning him not to resist or run if pulled over or hassled by a cop.

Make the wrong move, son, and you may be dead is the implication.

But is this the reality in Black America?

When Holder delivered his 2009 “nation-of-cowards” speech blaming racism for racial separation, Manhattan Institute’s Heather Mac Donald suggested that our attorney general study his crime statistics.

In New York from January to June 2008, 83 percent of all gun assailants were black, according to witnesses and victims, though blacks were only 24 percent of the population. Blacks and Hispanics together accounted for 98 percent of all gun assailants. Forty-nine of every 50 muggings and murders in the Big Apple were the work of black or Hispanic criminals.

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly confirms Mac Donald’s facts. Blacks and Hispanics commit 96 percent of all crimes in the city, he says, but only 85 percent of the stop-and-frisks are of blacks and Hispanics.

And these may involve the kind of pat-downs all of us have had at the airport.

Is stop-and-frisk the work of racist cops in New York, where the crime rate has been driven down to levels unseen in decades?

According to Kelly, a majority of his police force, which he has been able to cut from 41,000 officers to 35,000, is now made up of minorities.

But blacks are also, per capita, the principal victims of crime. Would black fathers prefer their sons to grow up in Chicago, rather than low-crime New York City, with its stop-and-frisk policy?

Fernando Mateo, head of the New York taxicab union, urges his drivers to profile blacks and Hispanics for their own safety: “The God’s honest truth is that 99 percent of the people that are robbing, stealing, killing these drivers are blacks and Hispanics.”

Mateo is what The New York Times would describe as “a black Hispanic” Yet he may be closer to the ‘hood than Holder, who says he was stopped by police when running to a movie — in Georgetown.

Is Holder saying we’ve got racist cops in the district where Obama carried 86 percent of the white vote and 97 percent of the black vote? And his son should fear the white cops in Washington, D.C.?Which raises a relevant question. Georgetown is an elitist enclave of a national capital that has been ruled by black mayors for half a century. It’s never had a white mayor.

What about interracial crime, white-on-black attacks and the reverse?

After researching the FBI numbers for “Suicide of a Superpower,” this writer concluded: “An analysis of ‘single offender victimization figures’ from the FBI for 2007 finds blacks committed 433,934 crimes against whites, eight times the 55,685 whites committed against blacks. Interracial rape is almost exclusively black on white — with 14,000 assaults on white women by African Americans in 2007. Not one case of a white sexual assault on a black female was found in the FBI study.”

Though blacks are outnumbered 5-to-1 in the population by whites, they commit eight times as many crimes against whites as the reverse. By those 2007 numbers, a black male was 40 times as likely to assault a white person as the reverse.

If interracial crime is the ugliest manifestation of racism, what does this tell us about where racism really resides — in America?

And if the FBI stats for 2007 represent an average year since the Tawana Brawley rape-hoax of 1987, over one-third of a million white women have been sexually assaulted by black males since 1987 — with no visible protest from the civil rights leadership.

Today, 73 percent of all black kids are born out of wedlock. Growing up, these kids drop out, use drugs, are unemployed, commit crimes and are incarcerated at many times the rate of Asians and whites — or Hispanics, who are taking the jobs that used to go to young black Americans.

Are white vigilantes or white cops really Black America’s problem?

Obama seems not to think so. The Rev. Sharpton notwithstanding, he is touting Ray Kelly as a possible chief of homeland security.

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Would They Be Proud?

By Walter E. Williams

August 6, 2013

One can’t imagine the fear in the hearts of the parents of those nine black students who walked past shouting placard-carrying mobs as they entered Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Each day, they were greeted with angry shouts of “Two, four, six, eight, we don’t want to integrate.” In some rural and urban areas, during the school desegregation era, parents escorted their 5- and 6-year-old children past crowds shouting threats and screaming racial epithets. Often there were Ku Klux Klan marches and cross burnings. Much of this protest was in the South, but Northern cities were by no means exempt from the turmoil and violence of school desegregation.

Most of the parents and civil rights leaders whose sacrifices and courage made today’s educational opportunities possible are no longer with us. My question is: If they could know what many of today’s black youngsters have done with the fruits of their sacrifice, would they be proud? Most schools identified as “persistently dangerous” are predominantly black schools. To have a modicum of safety, many schools are equipped with walk-through metal detectors, security cameras and conveyor belt X-ray machines that scan book bags and purses. Nationally, the black four-year high-school graduation rate is 52 percent. In some cities, such as Detroit and Philadelphia, it’s considerably lower — 20 percent and 24 percent, respectively. In Rochester, N.Y., it’s 9 percent.

What black politicians, parents, teachers and students have created is nothing less than a gross betrayal and squandering of the struggle paid in blood, sweat and tears by previous generations to make possible the educational opportunities that were denied to blacks for so long. Except they always had those opportunities. No one ever stopped a black from thinking. Or buying a book. Or reading a book in a library. The idea that one man can stop another from educating himself on something he wants to learn about is ridiculous.

Born in 1936, I’ve lived during some of our racially discriminatory history. I recall being chased out of Fishtown and Grays Ferry, two predominantly Irish Philadelphia neighborhoods, with my cousin in the 1940s and not stopping until we reached a predominantly black North Philly or South Philly neighborhood. Today that might be different. A black person seeking safety might run from a black neighborhood to a white neighborhood.

On top of that, today whites are likely to be victims of blacks. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ 2008 National Crime Victimization Survey, in instances of interracial crimes of violence, 83 percent of the time, a black person was the perpetrator and a white person was the victim. Most interracial assaults are committed by blacks. What’s worse is there’re blacks still alive — such as older members of the Congressional Black Caucus, NAACP and National Urban League — who lived through the times of lynching, Jim Crow and open racism and who remain silent in the face of the current situation.

After the George Zimmerman trial, in cities such as Baltimore, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Chicago and New York, there have been a number of brutal revenge attacks on whites in the name of “justice for Trayvon.” Over the past few years, there have been many episodes of unprovoked attacks by black gangs against white people at beaches, in shopping malls, on public conveyances and in other public places in cities such as Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Washington and Los Angeles. There’s no widespread condemnation, plus most of the time, the race of the attackers was not reported, even though media leftists and their allies are experts in reporting racial differences in everything else.

Would those black Americans who fought tooth and nail against Jim Crow, segregation, lynching and racism be proud of the findings of a recent Rasmussen poll in which 31 percent of blacks think that most blacks are racists and 24 percent of blacks think that most whites are racists? Among whites, in the same Rasmussen poll, 38 percent consider most blacks racist, and 10 percent consider most whites racist.

Black people don’t need to have a conversation with white people on matters of race. One first step would be to develop a zero tolerance for criminal and disruptive school behavior, as well as a zero tolerance for criminal behavior in neighborhoods. If city authorities cannot or will not provide protection, then law-abiding black people should find a way to provide that protection themselves.

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1 percent of the overall population, black males aged 14 to 24, have historically committed 15 to 35 percent of the murders in the country.

That isn't a crackpot statement. That comes from the FBI and the Bureau of Justice Statistics.



An 18 to 24 year old black male is more than 10 times as likely to commit murder than a White man and more than 10 times as likely to commit murder as a White woman. Whereas a black male is 100 times more likely to murder than a White woman, a White man is only twice as likely to kill as a Black woman but a black woman is at least 3 times to a maximum of about 10 times as likely to kill as a White woman.

A 20 year old black man is at least 25 times more likely to murder than a White 25 years or older.
 
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FBI confirms: Niggers 40x likelier to assault whites than the reverse

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FBI Releases Inaugural Compilation of Annual Crime Statistics from the National Incident-Based Reporting System

Washington, D.C.
August 19, 2013
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Today, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released its first publication presenting annual data from the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS). The statistics, published by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program in the comprehensive volume National Incident-Based Reporting System 2011 (NIBRS 2011), provide data about the offenses, victims, offenders, locations, and other details of crime incidents. Although the data are not yet nationally representative and the UCR Program does not estimate offenses for the jurisdictions of agencies that did not submit their data via the NIBRS, the rich details of the data offer more characteristics and associations in crime than has been previously published. The NIBRS can paint a more complete picture of a crime incident than any other collection of data.

NIBRS 2011 features 32 tables that show the diversity and complexity of incident-based data when compared with other crime data collection methods. The NIBRS provides:
Data for 22 offense categories
Victim data for all offenses
Offender data for all offenses
Relationship of victims to offenders for select offenses
Location data for all offenses
Time of day for all incidents
Weapon data for select offenses
Drug and alcohol involvement in offenses
Gang involvement in offenses
Attempted versus completed offenses
Clearances by incidents

NIBRS 2011 also includes a special section, NIBRS Spotlight, which offers 24 tables about forcible sex offenses and nonforcible sex offenses. This special section sheds light on details of these crimes, e.g., victim, offender, and victim-to-offender relationship data, not collected elsewhere in the UCR Program.

NIBRS 2011 Highlights

In 2011, a total of 5,880 law enforcement agencies in the nation, representing coverage for over 87 million inhabitants, submitted NIBRS data. This coverage represents 32.2 percent of all law enforcement agencies that participate in the UCR Program. The majority of these reporting agencies (51.7 percent) were located in cities with fewer than 10,000 inhabitants.

Participating NIBRS agencies reported 4,926,829 incidents that involved 5,643,241 offenses, 5,946,990 victims, and 4,483,142 known offenders in 2011. Of the reported offenses, 65.4 percent involved crimes against property (i.e., those crimes in which the object is to obtain money, property, or some other benefit), 23.4 percent involved crimes against persons (i.e., crimes whose victims are always individuals), and 11.2 percent included crimes against society (i.e., typically “victimless crimes” that represent society’s prohibition against engaging in certain types of activity, such as prostitution or gambling).

One of the data enrichments of the NIBRS is its collection of victim data for all offenses. In the NIBRS, the victim of an offense may be an individual (and can include a law enforcement officer), a business, an institution, or society as a whole. In 2011, the nation’s law enforcement agencies that submitted their data via the NIBRS reported 4,305,708 victims who were individuals. Of these, 29.0 percent were the victims of larceny/theft offenses, and 28.5 percent were the victims of assault offenses; these two offense categories had the highest number of victims. Considering age among individual victims, 24.6 percent were between 21 and 30 years old. Fifty-one percent were female and 48.3 percent were male. The majority of reported victims (72.5 percent) were white, 21.6 percent were black, 1.0 percent were Asian/Pacific Islander, and 0.4 percent were American Indian/Alaskan Native. Race was unknown for 4.4 percent of victims.

Through NIBRS, law enforcement can report the age, sex, and race of offenders, thus distinguishing a known offender from an unknown offender for whom no such characteristics are known to law enforcement. Because an offender can be associated with each offense he or she perpetrates in an incident, an offender can be counted more than once. In 2011, there were 4,483,142 offenders of offenses reported via the NIBRS. Over 34 percent (34.5) of offenders were between the ages of 16 and 25 years old. Of all ages, 63.6 percent were male offenders and 23.8 percent were female. Gender was unknown for 12.5 percent. Over half (55.3 percent) of offenders reported in the NIBRS in 2011 were white; 28.3 percent were black, 0.8 percent were American Indian/Alaskan Native, and 0.6 percent were Asian/Pacific Islander. The race was unknown for 15.0 percent of offenders.

NIBRS data also show the relationship of victims to their offenders for crimes against persons and robbery offenses. However, because the published data do not include persons who were not connected to any unknown offenders, other crimes against property, or crimes against society, the victim total for the relationship table will not add to the total of victims given in other tables. Still, this is another valuable facet of the NIBRS.

In 2011, agencies that submitted NIBRS data could specify one of 44 location types where offenses occurred. Although the majority of crimes against persons offenses (62.7 percent) for which location was reported occurred in residences/homes, 11.8 percent happened on highways/roads/alleys or streets, 4.5 percent happened in schools or colleges, 4.1 percent happened in parking lots or garages, 2.2 percent took place at bars or nightclubs, 1.2 percent occurred at hotels/motels, and 0.8 percent happened at government/public buildings.

The time of day most reported for the occurrence of crime was midnight to 12:59 a.m. The time of day least reported for the occurrence of crime was 5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m.

Among select offenses, firearms were most often the type of weapon/force involved in weapon law violations and homicide offenses when compared to all other weapon types combined. Firearms were also the most reported single weapon category for robbery. Personal weapons, i.e., hands, fists, feet, etc., were most often the type of weapon/force involved for assault offenses, sex offenses (forcible), and kidnapping/abduction offenses. Most extortion/blackmail offenses did not involve a weapon or force.

Agencies that submit data via the NIBRS can report an offender’s suspected use of drugs/narcotics or alcohol in committing an offense. In 2011, 8.1 percent of weapon law violations, 5.8 percent of bribery offenses, and 4.0 percent of homicide offenses involved drugs/narcotics. Alcohol was involved in 12.3 percent of assault offenses, 10.7 percent of kidnapping/abduction offenses, and 9.6 percent of bribery offenses.

Agencies may also provide information about gang involvement for 11 offense types. Of the offense types for which gang involvement can be specified, less than one percent of reported offenses were associated with gangs.

A look at the reported number of offenses that were completed and the number of those attempted shows that larceny/theft offenses had the highest number of completed offenses, and burglary/breaking and entering had the highest number of attempted offenses. The offenses with the lowest number of completions and attempts were bribery and gambling offenses, respectively.

In the NIBRS, the submission of arrestee data in connection with an incident automatically clears all offenses within the incident. There may, however, be exceptional means by which an incident can be cleared, i.e., some situation beyond the control of law enforcement that prevents the agency from arresting and charging an offender. Examples of exceptional clearances include the death of the offender, the prosecution declines to file charges (for reasons other than lack of probable cause), the offender is already in custody in another jurisdiction, the victim refuses to cooperate once the offender is identified, or the offender is a juvenile who is handed over to a parent or guardian following a minor offense. In 2011, 30.8 percent of incidents reported were cleared by arrests, and 3.9 percent of incidents were cleared by exceptional means.

The NIBRS Spotlight includes data about forcible and nonforcible sex offenses. These data show that of the 64,382 incidents involving forcible sex offenses reported in 2011, 44.8 percent involved forcible fondling, 40.7 percent included forcible rape, 10.2 percent involved forcible sodomy, and 4.3 percent included sexual assault with an object. Of the 6,377 incidents involving nonforcible sex offenses, 83.8 percent included statutory rape, and 16.2 percent included incest.

Future Plans

With NIBRS 2012, tentatively planned for release this fall, the UCR Program will expand the data presentation to provide breakdowns of offense categories by offense types. In addition, the program will include agency-level data in the publication.

The NIBRS and the Summary Reporting System

The purpose of NIBRS 2011 is to familiarize UCR data users with NIBRS data and to highlight the differences between the NIBRS and the Summary Reporting System (SRS), which is the source of Crime in the United States. The primary difference between the two UCR data collection methods is that the NIBRS is incident focused whereas the SRS is offense focused. For example, crime data reported via the NIBRS in 2011 captured every offense that was part of the incident, as well as numerous details about the offense, the victim, the offender, and the property involved via 57 data elements. Data reported via the SRS in 2011 captured the most serious offense involved in an incident plus a few supplemental details, depending on the offense; victim and offender data were collected only for murder offenses. Other notable differences between the published data from the two sources include:National Incident-Based Reporting System and NIBRS 2011 Summary Reporting System and Crime in the United States
22 crime categories eight crime categories
disaggregated data aggregated data
no Hierarchy Rule for offenses Hierarchy Rule for offenses (only the most serious is reported)
counts 10 offenses per incident counts one offense per incident (except arson)
no national estimates national estimates
victim data for all offenses victim data for murder offenses
offender data for all offenses offender data for murder offenses
45 location types for all offenses eight location types between robbery and burglary

These differences allow the NIBRS to present many more facets of crime than the traditional SRS, as well as relationships and connections among these facets. The richness of NIBRS data stems from the details it can provide.

In order for law enforcement agencies that submit their data via the NIBRS to be included in Crime in the United States, the FBI UCR Program currently converts data to the SRS format. This conversion process allows the UCR Program to maintain its important long-running time series of national data. Therefore, data users who wish to look at national or state crime volumes, rates, and trends must continue to look to Crime in the United States for now. The UCR Program’s oldest annual report is still the best gauge of national crime levels. As NIBRS participation continues to grow, the UCR Program’s goal is to eventually collect and publish NIBRS data that are nationally representative.

NIBRS 2011 is available exclusively on the FBI’s website at www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/ucr. In addition, A Guide to Understanding NIBRS Data and other NIBRS resources are available there to assist data users, as well as law enforcement contributors.
 
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The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program has been the starting place for law enforcement executives, students of criminal justice, researchers, members of the media, and the public at large seeking information on crime in the nation. The program was conceived in 1929 by the International Association of Chiefs of Police to meet the need for reliable uniform crime statistics for the nation. In 1930, the FBI was tasked with collecting, publishing, and archiving those statistics.

Today, three annual publications, Crime in the United States, Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted, and Hate Crime Statistics are produced from data received from over 18,000 city, university/college, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies voluntarily participating in the program. The crime data are submitted either through a state UCR Program or directly to the FBI’s UCR Program.

In addition to these reports, information is available on the Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) Program and the Hate Crime Statistics Program, as well as the traditional Summary Reporting System (SRS) and the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS). Also available—FAQs about the UCR Program.

The FBI is undertaking a wholesale redesign and redevelopment of the system that has supported the FBI’s UCR Program for more than 30 years. In support of this initiative, the FBI created the UCR Redevelopment Project (UCRRP). Details

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Offenders

Law enforcement agencies that reported hate crime data to the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program identified 5,731 known offenders in 6,222 bias-motivated incidents in 2011. In the UCR Program, the term known offender does not imply that the suspect’s identity is known; rather, the term indicates that some aspect of the suspect was identified, thus distinguishing the suspect from an unknown offender. Law enforcement agencies specify the number of offenders and, when possible, the race of the offender or offenders as a group.
By race

In 2011, the races of the 5,731 known hate crime offenders were as follows:
59.0 percent were white.
20.9 percent were black.
7.1 percent were groups made up of individuals of various races (multiple races, group).
1.4 percent were Asian/Pacific Islander.
0.8 percent were American Indian/Alaskan Native.
10.8 percent were unknown. (Based on Table 9.)
By crime category
Crimes against persons

A total of 4,631 known hate crime offenders committed crimes against persons in 2011. Of these offenders:
38.7 percent committed simple assault.
36.9 percent intimidated their victims.
23.6 percent committed aggravated assault.
0.2 percent murdered their victims.
0.2 raped their victims.
0.4 percent committed other types of offenses, which are collected only in the UCR Program’s National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS). (Based on Table 2.)
Crimes against property

A total of 1,256 known hate crime offenders committed crimes against property in 2011. Of these offenders:
60.4 percent committed destruction/damage/vandalism.
22.9 percent committed robbery.
7.0 percent committed larceny-theft.
5.7 percent committed burglary.
1.6 percent committed arson.
0.1 percent committed motor vehicle theft.
2.2 percent committed other types of offenses, which are collected only in the NIBRS. (Based on Table 2.)
Crimes against society

In 2011, 34 known offenders committed 20 crimes against society involving 20 victims. Crimes against society are collected only via the NIBRS. (See Table 2.)

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Law enforcement agencies that reported hate crime data to the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program identified 5,731 known offenders in 6,222 bias-motivated incidents in 2011. In the UCR Program, the term known offender does not imply that the suspect’s identity is known; rather, the term indicates that some aspect of the suspect was identified, thus distinguishing the suspect from an unknown offender. Law enforcement agencies specify the number of offenders and, when possible, the race of the offender or offenders as a group.
By race

In 2011, the races of the 5,731 known hate crime offenders were as follows:
59.0 percent were white.
20.9 percent were black.
7.1 percent were groups made up of individuals of various races (multiple races, group).
1.4 percent were Asian/Pacific Islander.
0.8 percent were American Indian/Alaskan Native.
10.8 percent were unknown. (Based on Table 9.)
By crime category
Crimes against persons

A total of 4,631 known hate crime offenders committed crimes against persons in 2011. Of these offenders:
38.7 percent committed simple assault.
36.9 percent intimidated their victims.
23.6 percent committed aggravated assault.
0.2 percent murdered their victims.
0.2 raped their victims.
0.4 percent committed other types of offenses, which are collected only in the UCR Program’s National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS). (Based on Table 2.)
Crimes against property

A total of 1,256 known hate crime offenders committed crimes against property in 2011. Of these offenders:
60.4 percent committed destruction/damage/vandalism.
22.9 percent committed robbery.
7.0 percent committed larceny-theft.
5.7 percent committed burglary.
1.6 percent committed arson.
0.1 percent committed motor vehicle theft.
2.2 percent committed other types of offenses, which are collected only in the NIBRS. (Based on Table 2.)
Crimes against society

In 2011, 34 known offenders committed 20 crimes against society involving 20 victims. Crimes against society are collected only via the NIBRS. (See Table 2.)
 
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In the Uniform Crime Reporting Program, the victim of a hate crime may be an individual, a business, an institution, or society as a whole. In 2011, the nation’s law enforcement agencies reported that there were 7,713 victims of hate crimes. Of these victims, 16 were victimized in 6 separate multiple-bias incidents.
By bias motivation

An analysis of data for victims of single-bias hate crime incidents showed that:
47.4 percent of the victims were targeted because of the offender’s bias against a race.
20.4 percent were targeted because of a bias against a particular sexual orientation.
19.2 percent were victimized because of a bias against a religious belief.
12.2 percent were victimized because of a bias against an ethnicity/national origin.
0.8 percent were targeted because of a bias against a disability. (Based on Table 1.)
Racial bias

Among the single-bias hate crime incidents in 2011, there were 3,645 victims of racially motivated hate crime.
71.9 percent were victims of an offender’s anti-black bias.
16.3 percent were victims of an anti-white bias.
5.2 percent were victims of a bias against a group of individuals in which more than one race was represented (anti-multiple races, group).
4.8 percent were victims of an anti-Asian/Pacific Islander bias.
1.9 percent were victims of an anti-American Indian/Alaskan Native bias.(Based on Table 1.)
Religious bias

Of the 1,480 victims of an anti-religious hate crime:
63.2 percent were victims of an offender’s anti-Jewish bias.
12.5 percent were victims of an anti-Islamic bias.
5.7 percent were victims of an anti-Catholic bias.
4.4 percent were victims of a bias against groups of individuals of varying religions (anti-multiple religions, group).
3.4 percent were victims of an anti-Protestant bias.
0.3 percent were victims of an anti-Atheist/Agnostic bias.
10.5 percent were victims of a bias against other religions (anti-other religion). (Based on Table 1.)
Sexual-orientation bias

Of the 1,572 victims targeted due to a sexual-orientation bias:
56.7 percent were victims of an offender’s anti-male homosexual bias.
29.6 percent were victims of an anti-homosexual bias.
11.1 percent were victims of an anti-female homosexual bias.
1.5 percent were victims of anti-bisexual bias.
1.2 percent were victims of an anti-heterosexual bias. (Based on Table 1.)
Ethnicity/national origin bias

Hate crimes motivated by the offender’s bias toward a particular ethnicity/national origin were directed at 939 victims. Of these victims:
56.9 percent were targeted because of an anti-Hispanic bias.
43.1 percent were victimized because of a bias against other ethnicities/national origins. (Based on Table 1.)
Disability bias

Of the 61 victims of a hate crime due to the offender’s bias against a disability:
35 were targets of an anti-mental disability bias.
26 were victims of an anti-physical disability bias. (See Table 1.)
By crime category

Of the 7,713 victims of a hate crime, 60.0 percent were victims of crimes against persons, and 39.8 percent were victims of crimes against property. The remaining percentage were victims of crimes against society. (Based on Table 2.)
By offense type
Crimes against persons

In 2011, 4,623 victims of hate crimes were victims of crimes against persons. Regarding these victims and the crimes committed against them:
4 persons were murdered, and 7 were forcibly raped.
45.6 percent of the victims were intimidated.
34.5 percent were victims of simple assault.
19.4 percent were victims of aggravated assault.
Less than one percent (0.3) were victims of other types of offenses, which are collected only in the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS). (Based on Table 2.)
Crimes against property

In 2011, 3,070 victims of hate crimes were victims of crimes against property. Of these:
81.8 percent were victims of destruction/damage/vandalism.
5.4 percent were victims of larceny-theft.
5.1 percent were victims of robbery.
4.8 percent were victims of burglary.
1.7 percent were victims of arson.
0.2 percent were victims of motor vehicle theft.
1.1 percent were victims of other types of hate crime offenses, which are collected only in the NIBRS. (Based on Table 2)
Crimes against society

There were 20 victims of hate crimes categorized as crimes against society. (See Table 2.)

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr...atives/victims
 
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Preliminary Semiannual Uniform Crime Report, January-June 2012

Preliminary figures indicate that, as a whole, law enforcement agencies throughout the nation reported an increase of 1.9 percent in the number of violent crimes brought to their attention for the first 6 months of 2012 when compared with figures reported for the same time in 2011. The violent crime category includes murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. The number of property crimes in the United States from January to June of 2012 increased 1.5 percent when compared with data from the same time period in 2011. Property crimes include burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. Arson is also a property crime, but data for arson are not included in property crime totals. Figures for 2012 indicate that arson increased 3.2 percent when compared to 2011 figures from the same time period.

The data presented in Tables 1 and 2 indicate the percent change in offenses known to law enforcement for the first 6 months of 2012 compared to those for the first half of 2011 by population group and region, respectively. Table 3 reflects the percent change in offenses reported within the nation for consecutive years (each year compared to the prior year). Table 4 presents the number of offenses known to law enforcement for agencies with resident populations of 100,000 or more and that provided 6 months of complete data for 2012. In addition, Table 4 presents 6 months of 2011 data, where available, as a point of comparison. All data in this Report are preliminary.
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Figures used in this Report were submitted voluntarily by law enforcement agencies throughout the country. Individuals using these tabulations are cautioned against drawing conclusions by making direct comparisons between cities. Comparisons lead to simplistic and/or incomplete analyses that often create misleading perceptions adversely affecting communities and their residents. Valid assessments are possible only with careful study and analysis of the range of unique conditions affecting each local law enforcement jurisdiction. It is important to remember that crime is a social problem and, therefore, a concern of the entire community. The efforts of law enforcement are limited to factors within its control. The data user is, therefore, cautioned against comparing statistical data of individual agencies. Further information on this topic can be obtained in the annual UCR report Crime in the United States, 2011.

Data users can obtain assistance by sending e-mails to [email protected].

Report issued by Robert S. Mueller III, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. 20535

Advisory: Criminal Justice Information Systems Committee, International Association of Chiefs of Police; Criminal Justice Information Services Committee, National Sheriffs’ Association; Criminal Justice Information Services Advisory Policy Board
 
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Well, if anyone can dig the racial stats out of that mess, go for it.
 
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The FBI makes the concocted, political category of "hate" crimes easy to find, easy to copy, easy to spread. What isn't obvious is that

1) this is a tiny number of crimes, around 5,000
2) since only crimes DESIGNATED hate crimes are counted as hate crimes. If a mob of niggers attacks whites, as happens nearly daily, and the cops deny it was racial, it doesn't get counted as a hate crime.

'Hate crime' is a category with no rational basis, deliberately designed to not only conceal what's actually going on, but to reverse it. To fool people into thinking that whites are the racist aggressors rather than blacks.

We know from earlier FBI stats that blacks are 40x as likely to attack whites as the reverse...so then how can whites commit 72% of the "hate" crimes?

You see the anti-white racism involved.

'Hate crimes' is a bogus concept concocted by jews to deflect attention from real crimes, committed by blacks against whites as a result of the 'civil rights' - also sponsored by jews - that gave blacks the access to the white communities to commit those real crimes.

The very concept of 'hate crimes' is a hate crime against Whites by jews.
 
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[the junkmedia treat crimes committed with guns as crimes committed by guns - remove agency from the guilty nigger and place it on the innocent metal]

Gun crime has plunged, but Americans think it's up, says study

http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/n...#ixzz2qRtNKfOD
 
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page with lots of stats and links to pages with stats about race and crime
http://www.examiner.com/article/fede...ation-formulas
 
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