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Table 1

Incidents, Offenses, Victims, and Known Offenders
by Bias Motivation, 2010
Bias motivation Incidents Offenses Victims1 Known
offenders
2
Total 6,628 7,699 8,208 6,008
Single-Bias Incidents 6,624 7,690 8,199 6,001
Race: 3,135 3,725 3,949 2,934
Anti-White 575 679 697 649
Anti-Black 2,201 2,600 2,765 1,974
Anti-American Indian/Alaskan Native 44 45 47 43
Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 150 190 203 156
Anti-Multiple Races, Group 165 211 237 112
Religion: 1,322 1,409 1,552 606
Anti-Jewish 887 922 1,040 346
Anti-Catholic 58 61 65 22
Anti-Protestant 41 46 47 6
Anti-Islamic 160 186 197 125
Anti-Other Religion 123 134 141 72
Anti-Multiple Religions, Group 48 53 55 30
Anti-Atheism/Agnosticism/etc. 5 7 7 5
Sexual Orientation: 1,277 1,470 1,528 1,516
Anti-Male Homosexual 739 851 876 904
Anti-Female Homosexual 144 167 181 152
Anti-Homosexual 347 403 420 412
Anti-Heterosexual 21 21 22 21
Anti-Bisexual 26 28 29 27
Ethnicity/National Origin: 847 1,040 1,122 887
Anti-Hispanic 534 681 747 593
Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 313 359 375 294
Disability: 43 46 48 58
Anti-Physical 19 22 24 28
Anti-Mental 24 24 24 30
Multiple-Bias Incidents3 4 9 9 7
  • 1 The term victim may refer to a person, business, institution, or society as a whole.
  • 2 The term known offender does not imply that the identity of the suspect is known, but only that an attribute of the suspect has been identified, which distinguishes him/her from an unknown offender.
  • 3 In a multiple-bias incident, two conditions must be met: (a) more than one offense type must occur in the incident and (b) at least two offense types must be motivated by different biases.

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