Of the hate crimes reported in South Dakota, six were based on a victim's race or ethnicity, five were based on sexual orientation and three were based on a victim's disability. The number of participating agencies also varies from year to year. The victim totals could include individuals, businesses, government entities or society as a whole. There were 307 crimes against Muslims in 2016, up from 257 in 2015, which at the time was the highest number since the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
There were 6,121 reported hate crimes in the USA in 2016, according to new Federal Bureau of Investigation statistics.
The FBI defines a hate crime as a "traditional offense like murder, arson, or vandalism with an added element of bias".
Some civil rights groups caution that the FBI's annual figures are artificially low because they rely on voluntary reporting.
More than half the 4,229 racially motivated crimes were against black people, while 20 percent were against whites, the report shows.
These numbers correlate with the NCAVP's recent report.
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Anti-transgender hate crime jumped by 44 percent, anti-Arab incidents surged by 38 percent, anti-Muslim hate crime rose 19.5 percent, anti-white hate crime increased 17.5 percent, and anti-Latino hate-motivated incidents jumped by 15 percent. Crimes motivated by anti-Asian bias remained even.
Hate crimes in Maryland, however, have decreased 14 percent, according to the data.
The rise marked the first time since 2004 that hate crime in the United States has increased two years in a row.
"No person should have to fear being violently attacked because of who they are, what they believe, of how they worship", US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement.
Anti-Jewish bias was the motivation cited in a little more than half of the 1,273 religion-related hate crimes. Hate incidents increased from 203 in 2015 to 285 in 2016.