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FBI launches ‘Hate Crimes Awareness’ campaign in Mississippi

From www.wdam.com
2021-10-03 21:19:00

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JACKSON, Miss. (WDAM) – The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Jackson Field Office is launching a “Hate Crimes Awareness” campaign as part of a nationwide effort to encourage reporting to law enforcement.

Earlier this month, advertisements containing information on how to report hate crimes were installed on 13 billboards across the state.

Last week, a bus wrapped in the campaign graphics was released on the Mississippi Coast and an additional bus will be released in mid-October.

Hate crimes are defined by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report as a committed criminal offense that is motivated, in whole or in part, by the offender’s bias against a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender or gender identity.

 

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