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NGO deplores low police cooperation in US hate crime statistics

New York, Dec 12 The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on Monday condemned the low involvement of police forces in the United States while collecting data on hate crimes in the country.

According to this Jewish NGO, specializing in combating anti-Semitism and other hate crimes, the latest report on the problem prepared by the FBI left out “an enormous amount of data”, given that the number of law enforcement agencies presented his figures to them.

Those who did not participate include some of the nation’s largest cities such as New York and Los Angeles, and most of the states of California and Florida.

The agency’s top executive ADL, Jonathan Greenblatt, said in a statement, “The failure of major states and cities across the country to report hate crime data has inevitably, and inexcusably, marginalized residents across the country.” erases the lived experience of communities.”

Cities like New York regularly self-report hate crimes, but a lack of data in national statistics makes it difficult to see the evolution of hate crimes in the United States, according to the ADL, where the FBI reported 7,262 cases. Granted, the third highest number in a decade

For the organization, the report might have shown record levels of hate crimes if data were not missing for several cities and states.

Of the total reports of hate crimes collected by the FBI, more than 60% were for racist reasons and about half of these were alleged attacks on the black population.

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