These working groups combine community and law enforcement resources to develop strategies to address local hate crime problems.
Training: The FBI conducts hundreds of operational seminars, workshops, and training sessions annually for local law enforcement, minority and religious organizations, and community groups to promote cooperation and reduce civil rights abuses.
Neglecting a big problem like this could bring a nation to its knees and finally into the dark pitch of downfall.
Hate crimes are the highest priority of the FBI’s Civil Rights program due to the devastating impact they have on families and communities.
The Bureau investigates hundreds of these cases every year and works to detect and deter further incidents through law enforcement training, public outreach, and partnerships with community groups.
Traditionally, FBI investigations of hate crimes were limited to crimes in which the perpetrators acted based on a bias against the victim’s race, color, religion, or national origin.
As part of its responsibility to uphold the civil rights of the American people, the FBI takes a number of steps to combat the problem of hate crimes.
Investigative Activities: The FBI is the lead investigative agency for criminal violations of federal civil rights statutes.
They, not alone, are responsible for such ugly turn of events.
We, their family, their peers, their friends, the entire society is to be blamed for what is becoming of them.