The Anti-Defamation League reported 22 physical assaults and 317 cases of vandalism. The Stephen Roth Institute reported 28 hate incidents.
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Report Data - USA - 2010
The Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services is a partner in a collaborative effort - the Police Data Initiative - that includes 54 state and local law enforcement agencies that have pledged to collect and share data on hate crimes in their communities with the public, some in real time. The data are shared through the initiative's website, which also includes practical tips, good practices and lessons learned, compiled in a recent publication from another partner, the Police Foundation, "Releasing Data on Hate Crimes: a Best Practices Guide for Law Enforcement Agencies."
Human Rights First and the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) reported one serious physical assault. Human Rights First also reported one case of damage to property. In addition, CAIR reported five physical assaults, a case in which a boy was regularly beaten at school by his classmates, six cases of damage to property, seven cases of graffiti on property, two cases of damage to mosques, four cases of graffiti on mosques, four arson attacks on mosques and four cases of threats.
Transgender Europe (TGEU) reported the murders of eight transgender people.
The National Coalition of the Homeless's report Hate Crimes Against The Homeless, 2010 notes that the states of Florida and Rhode Island have added attacks against homeless people to their existing hate crime laws. The National Coalition of the Homeless produced a report providing information for homeless people on their rights and how to respond to hate crimes.
Community Health Connections in Pennsylvania, reported the murder of a woman with a developmental disability.
Official figures record 301 offences motivated by a religious bias, consisting of 61 anti-Catholic, 46 anti-Protestant, 134 "anti-other religion", 53 anti-multiple religions/group, and 7 "anti-atheism/agnosticism/etc."
Official figures record 1,470 offences motivated by bias against sexual orientation.