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Prevent Hate Crimes

As measured by the number of crimes motivated by prejudice based on race, gender and gender identity, religion, disability, sexual orientation or ethnicity

Why Is This Important?

Oakland County has a zero-tolerance policy for hate crimes, hate speech, hateful rhetoric or for efforts designed to diminish anyone who calls Oakland County home.

Metric Definition

Hate Crime incidents are reported by bias motivation. 

Data source: FBI - Uniform Crime Reporting Program

Analysis
The total number of hate crimes in the county has fluctuated from 15 to 32 per year from the reviewed period of 2015 to 2020.
Current Status

Oakland County is committed to working with stakeholders and local communities to raise awareness, provide resources, and implement solutions towards the eradication of hate crimes. 

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