Hate Crime

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A crime committed against a member of a particular group, motivated by a prejudice against that particular group
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We have been working hard with all our minority communities and partner agencies to develop trust and confidence to report incidents of racially motivated crimes.
Sergeant Steve Kirby said: "These results show Northumbria Police's tough approach to racially motivated crime is working, with figures highlighting a fall in the number of this type of offence over a three-year period.
Insp Ian Joseph, of Redditch police, said: "We are not prepared to tolerate racially motivated crime in Redditch and warn those committing these type of offences that we will be pressing for the maximum penalties for anyone convicted.
Yes, it was a racially motivated crime but it was commited by violent, calculating, cruel beyond words thugs.
Racially motivated crime in West Yorkshire has dropped by almost a quarter, say new figures.
At the onset, then, Shaft is an overtly political film, and with the foregrounding of a racially motivated crime, we are prepared to see Singleton use his art, as he had with Boyz N the Hood, to engage in antiracist discourse and to make important social commentary.
With a 90 per cent white community Kingstanding, which has a total population of 25,702,saw94 incidents of racially motivated crime last year, according to Birmingham Partnership Against Racial Harassment.
It is strictly against the Muslim religion to touch or eat pork and detectives are treating it as a religiously or racially motivated crime.
These include Inter alia, drugs, sexual offences, and racially motivated crime.
In a survey of Muslims in 14 EU member states, the Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) said a third of those questioned had been victims of discrimination in the past year, and 11 per cent had experienced a racially motivated crime.
They haven't committed racially motivated crime but they've expressed views which could be considered racist.
The rise in racist crime figures was revealed by AM Peter Black, in a debate on racially motivated crime in the Welsh Assembly.