Group: Office of Criminal Justice Services
The information contained in this report is subject to strenuous qualifiers. As the FBI report itself states, “Because motivation is subjective, it is sometimes difficult to know with certainty whether a crime resulted from the offender’s bias. Moreover, the presence of bias alone does not necessarily mean that a crime can be considered a hate crime.” Law enforcement investigation must reveal with sufficient evidence to lead a person to conclude that the offender’s actions were motivated in whole or in part by his or her bias. The following is a brief review of this year’s report. Whenever available, Ohio statistics are reported, and may be supplemented by U.S. statistics.
- Sectors (Govt, Non-Profit, etc)
- Location in resource
- Ohio and U.S. Criminal Justice Statistical Reports/Hate Crimes 2005-2013
- Internet Available?
- Has population data?
- Year(s) of Publication
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