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Hate-fueled crimes are not just a thing
of the past.

And that’s why—as the lead agency for enforcing federal civil rights laws—the FBI remains dedicated to protecting the cherished freedoms of all Americans. That includes aggressively investigating and working to prevent hate crime, “color of law” abuses by public officials, human trafficking and involuntary servitude, and freedom of access to clinic entrances violations—the four top priorities of our civil rights program. We also support the work and cases of our local and state partners as needed.

In Depth

Civil Rights Program
- Overview
- Stories

Priority Issues
- Hate Crimes
- Human Trafficking/Involuntary Servitude
- Color of Law Violations
- Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances
- International Human Rights

Report Civil Rights Violations
- Contact your Local FBI Office
- Submit a Tip

More Resources
- FBI Victim Assistance
- Federal Civil Rights Statutes
-
Office of the U.S. Attorneys
- U.S. Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division

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Hate Crime Statistics
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ucrlogo.jpg The FBI has gathered and published hate crime statistics every year since 1992. Our latest reports:
- 2014
- 2013
- 2012
- 2011
- 2010
- 2009
- 2008
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