What was the most reported HATE CRIME in Tennessee? See the report...

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Hate crimes were examined by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations. The TBI went through records for the 2013 year and put together a full report on hate crime statistics in Tennessee.

In 2013, there were 348 hate crime victims in Tennessee. Over 73% of hate crime victims were male. The most common hate crime motivation was geared towards ethnic groups of a different national origin or African Americans. The second most reported crime revolved around homosexuality in Tennessee.

The report can be seen here (Click)



  • Ethnicity/National Origin victim offenses nearly tripled from 25 victims in 2012 to 96 victims in 2013. 
  • Simple Assault was the most frequently reported bias motivated offense in 2013, with 125 occurrences. 
  • In 2013, the number of Damage/Destruction/Vandalism hate crime offenses increased 27.9% from the previous year. 
  • 75 victims and 76 offenders of hate crimes in 2013 were juveniles. 
  • The most frequently documented Sexual Bias was Anti-Homosexual (Gays & Lesbians), accounting for 38.3% of all Sexual Biases in 2013.



TN Bureau of Investigation

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