Hateful hate documents are efforts to overcome inadequate data collection in America. Report on the collection of data from human rights groups, including daily news, media and police reports. Citizens continue to ask victims to tell their personal stories about witnessing or victims of hate crimes. Police have received thousands of reports with additional details every day. They come from one place to another. People report incidents of hatred from all parts of the community, schools, private businesses, and at work. A story published by the Alliance focuses on racially abusive public transportation using tips to demonstrate something the authorities have agreed on. The society has the same question that continues to flee. How many hate crimes happen each year and why not? However, law enforcement is not required to report to the FBI, which means that their report may not be available at the federal level. Governments are hardly the embodiment of best practices. Many federal agencies do not report their data, even if it is legally required. Hate crime is one of the most important aspects of the FBI’s program, not because it has a devastating effect on the community. Minorities who proclaim hatred and ignorance may be terrorists in the country. FBI crime offenses are limited to crimes committed by offenders by race, color, religion and national origin. In addition, inspections are those who participate in activities that are covered by the federal government. This important law has been extended to the role of the FBI to detect hate crimes committed by sexual biases and sexual disabilities. Indirect motives can be defined as negative comments, assumptions, logical assumptions, allergies, or hatreds that lead to a particular group, such as race, race, language, religion, nationality, sexual orientation. Gender or other basic characteristics Disability can be a victim of crime hate. Hate crimes can include threats, property damage, physical assault, murder, or other criminal offenses that result from bias. Hate crime does not only affect individuals from specific groups. The person or property involved or even perceived as a member of a protected group, such as a human rights defender, a community center, or a place of worship may be the target of hate crimes.The incentives behind hate crime have changed dramatically over the years, with the greatest hatred jumping out of religious bias, involvement in the ancestral culture, the social injustice of the victims. Society often disagrees with what constitutes hate crime. Minorities that are surrounded by Muslims and transgender people often see attacks as one of them, attacking the whole community, especially at times of turmoil and fear. Others believe that the law is sufficient to defend the offender in the punishment necessary when hating crimes. There is a significant difference between the types of hate crimes and there is often no real reason for these crimes. They strive to excite and at-risk victims because of racial, ethnic, race, gender or religious differences from other races.”In 2015, three Muslims were shot to death by a white neighbor in an apartment near the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. The victims’ families were convinced that race and religion played a primary factor in those tragedies” (CNN).The daily news is huge because it seems to fit into the narrative, politics, and media of Muslims as a major terrorist problem in the United States. Legal analysts say law enforcement is essential to encourage hate crime. They must prove that religious or racial hatred is a major factor in the crime. This change is very rare for other incentives caused by the crime – carried out by the government. Injustice and motives for crime are not always clear. Such crimes may be reported by both the victim and the police. Although the information collected by the FBI in any case has not provided an overview of where and how to hate crime in America.In fact, hate crime is by far the largest racial category, with more than half reported hate crimes reported as anti-blacks. Among these are anti-blacks and mostly anti-Latin, even whites tend to be less responsible for crime than minorities.”Think back to Dylann Roof and the killing of nine people at historically black Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in June 2015. Roof, a white supremacist, said he killed the nine attendees of a Bible study at the church because he wanted to start a race war. He was convicted of hate crimes and sentenced to death, but never charged with terrorism” (CNN).Similarly, law enforcement alleges that hate crimes are raising, a transnational commission by Mexican immigrants Los Angeles reported violating violations against the Latino population every day every year. Trump has also been nominated by the President for two months with the message that Mexican immigrants are drug dealers. Later, he called the Mexican government. He promised to build a 2,000 mile wall along the Mexican-American border.”Juan Varela was shot in the neck in his front yard in Phoenix, Ariz., last May by his neighbor Gary Kelley. Moments before killing Varela in front of his mother and brother, Kelley yelled, “Go back to Mexico or die!” Varela was not an undocumented immigrant, but a fifth generation American of Mexican descent, said Carlos Galindo, the family’s spokesperson in a phone interview” (HUFFPODT).Even with the information gathered by the FBI, the anti-Latin hate anti-Latin campaign continues. Although research shows that anti-Latino hate groups have increased over the past decade, many believe that these numbers are more than the numbers reported. Many include members of the victim’s family, increasing hatred against anti-Latin crimes, and increasing anti-Latino sentiments with ongoing discussions about immigration being conducted nationwide.Similarly, hate crimes LGBT can be exposed to violence caused by sexual hatred or sexual identity. Violence is aimed at people because their sexual perception can be psychological or physical and can extend to murder. These actions can be caused by love, suppression, deprivation, homosexuality, depression, and may be influenced by culture and religion.”Even before the shooting rampage at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people were already the most likely targets of hate crimes in America, according to an analysis of data collected by the Federal Bureau of Investigation” (The New York Time).The correct statistics that hate crimes aimed at LGBT people are some of the challenges because the victims are afraid to stay with families or employers may choose not to report the attacks. Homosexuality is currently practiced in almost all Western countries, and in many of these countries, violence against LGBT people is a severe hatred that is often associated with ideology. However, the largest investigations of hate crimes against Muslim, anti-black, Mexican immigrants, and LGBT minorities conservative groups denounce hate crime laws, particularly LGBT groups in class. The legal protection is not only obstructive. But there is guilt in faith. Is there a study on whether the death penalty is a deterrent to murder? Several hundred studies have attempted to demonstrate that this is possible, and all this has been used for statistical and methodological reasons. There is no clear evidence that the death penalty is a deterrent. There is a study of the laws of hate that cause terrorism, and no one shows a restraint. Proponents of crime hate crime often claim that we do not need common scientific evidence. Most people and groups, though not everyone who opposes the hate crime, do so because of the increased penalties. They do not see problems with crime record statistics in a way that shows an overview of social attitudes about LGBT people, but places to change their social, psychological, and psychological attitudes are not in jail. Stay in school organization, around dinner tables at home, worship and other places where people can talk, disagree, and learn how conflicts can be a useful and effective way to grow.What is the punishment for justice and how do we draw the line? What’s more, with the offensive behavior rising to the threshold of hate crime, which was thrown into private? In fact, in America, we enforce LGBT parental hate laws that threaten or even kidnap children because they are strangers accused of hate crimes. Often, law enforcement will be found guilty of hate crimes when LGBT violations or color problems. Except that the law can be written and enforced equally and with complete fairness, they are not just hate crimes, often giving the opportunity for the first community discussion of racial identity or injustice. Religion It can help bridge the gap between the neighborhood and law enforcement. People more than we thought would do something; they just want to push a little. Work to build a healthy relationship with the local police. Collaboration, human rights groups, and law enforcement officers can keep an eye out for early warning of hate crime in the community so that they can respond quickly and consistently.