Hate Crime Statistics Comparison 2000-2015 – Disability

Year Total
2015 74
2014 84
2013 83
2012 96
2011 53
2010 43
2009 96
2008 78
2007 79
2006 79
2005 53
2004 57
2003 33
2002 45
2001 35
2000 36

 

The table provided focuses on hate crime statistics specifically related to disability from the years 2000 to 2015. Here are the key insights:

  1. Total Hate Crimes: The table presents the total number of hate crimes reported each year that are based on disability. The figures range from 33 to 96 incidents.
  2. Year-to-Year Variations: Hate crime incidents based on disability show fluctuations throughout the provided time period. There is no consistent increasing or decreasing trend observed over the years.
  3. Highest and Lowest Years: The highest number of hate crimes based on disability was reported in 2012 and 2009 (both with 96 incidents), while the lowest numbers were reported in 2001 and 2000 (both with 35 and 36 incidents, respectively).
  4. Overall Trend: The overall trend suggests a varying number of hate crimes based on disability reported annually during the provided time period, with no clear pattern or trend.

It’s important to note that the table only covers hate crimes related to disability and does not provide information about hate crimes based on other personal characteristics such as race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or national origin.

Additionally, the data is limited to the years 2000 to 2015, and more recent statistics may reveal different patterns or trends in hate crime incidents based on disability.

Source : Hate Crime Statistics Comparison 2000-2015 – Disability