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FBI Releases Hate Crimes Report Ahead of First-Ever Congressional Forum on Anti-Transgender Violence | Human Rights Campaign

17.11.15

FBI Releases Hate Crimes Report Ahead of First-Ever Congressional Forum on Anti-Transgender Violence | Human Rights Campaign: HRC and partner organizations have worked with the FBI since the passage of the HCPA, assisting in updating the agency’s crime reporting form, training materials, and providing details on recent hate crimes when they occur. HRC continues to press for improved reporting that is crucial to understanding the state of hate violence in America. In addition to new recommendations released last week in a joint HRC-TPOCC report on addressing anti-transgender violence, HRC has identified additional opportunities to strengthen reporting and help combat violence, including:


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