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Outcome Data for Hate Crime

Question

All outcome data for all hate crimes recorded by your force in 2014/15 and, separately, 2015/16.

All outcome data for racist hate crimes recorded by your force in 2014/15 and, separately, 2015/16.

Answer

Please see the table below for the outcomes for all crimes flagged as hate crimes.

 

All Hate Crime Outcomes

14/15

15/16

Charge/Summons

449

263

Caution - Youths

15

12

Caution - Adults

36

23

Taken into Consideration

2

0

Penalty Notice Disorder

1

0

Community Resolution

80

40

Not in Public Interest (CPS)

11

15

Not in Public Interest (Police)

74

86

Offender Under Age

4

6

Offender too ill

2

0

Victim/Witness Dead/Ill

0

1

No Suspect / Victim Declines

132

200

Suspect Identified / Insufficient Evidence

232

214

Suspect Identified / Victim Declines to proceed

224

370

Time Limit Expired

5

3

No Suspect Identified / No Line of Enquiry / Filed

448

557

Transferred to Other Agency

0

4

Pending outcome classification / Under Investigation

44

276

Total

1,759

2,070

 

Please see the table below for the outcomes for all those above hate crimes flagged with a race motivation type. These figures are not additional to, but included in those totals above.

 

Racist Hate crime Outcomes

14/15

15/16

Charge/Summons

324

176

Caution - Youths

9

8

Caution - Adults

30

14

Taken into Consideration

1

0

Penalty Notice Disorder

1

0

Community Resolution

50

27

Not in Public Interest (CPS)

7

12

Not in Public Interest (Police)

48

57

Offender Under Age

4

3

Offender too ill

2

0

No Sus / Victim Decline

92

104

Suspect Identified / Insufficient Evidence

144

118

Suspect Identified / Victim Declines to proceed

142

196

Time Limit Expired

3

2

No Suspect Identified  / No Line of Enquiry / Filed

262

326

Transferred to Other Agency

0

1

Pending outcome classification / Under Investigation

24

188

Total

1,143

1,232

 

In relation to those crimes with an outcome of ‘time limit expired’, there is a six month time period in which to carry out investigations. In the majority of these cases, the expiration of these time limits can be explained by reasons such as the victim not reporting the incident to the police until after the six month time limit had expired.

FOI Ref: 796/16

Date of Request: 08.06.16