A World Without Nazism reported one case of a series of acts of graffiti on walls and buildings in New York City. The Kantor Center reported one case of property damage to several cars, and several cases of graffiti on synagogues. The Anti-Defamation League reported one case of arson against a synagogue and a plot to attack a synagogue in New York City.
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Report Data - USA - 2011
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."
The UN Human Rights Council, in its Universal Periodic Review, encouraged the United States to ensure prosecution, punishment and fair compensation to victims under the law for cases of racial and xenophobic violence. It also encouraged the United States to take effective measures to counter violence against Muslims and recommended that the United States conduct awareness-raising campaigns to address violence against LGBT people.
Official figures record 323 offences motivated by a religious bias, consisting of 68 anti-Catholic, 49 anti-Protestant, 139 "anti-other religion", 63 anti-multiple religions/group, and 4 "anti-atheism/agnosticism/etc."
Official figures record 1,508 offences motivated by bias against sexual orientation.