bias incident

Related to bias incident: Bias crimes
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Harassment, a non-violent or non-threatening bias incident, was the most frequent type of abuse in 2016, accounting for 18 percent of the total number of incidents.
A Bias Incident Response Team is also available to provide support services and outreach.
Bias Incident climaxes in a courtroom drama in a campus hearing room pitting protagonist Jeffrey Jackson, an inquisitive young student, against the politically correct spoilsports that dominate Tinsley College.
Are plans in place to respond to a bias incident or hate crime?
Statistical evidence, however, may paint an inaccurate picture of the incidence of hate crime because some agencies use different reporting criteria and evaluate varying factors in determining whether a particular crime qualifies as a bias incident.
Moreover, by linking Shepard's murder to that of James Byrd, a black man dragged to death behind a car in a bias incident in Texas last June, the press implied, for perhaps the first time, that gays are no different from other minorities targeted for hate crimes.
While obtaining a parking spot "motivates" the fight, under some statutory constructions the fight could be classified as a bias incident, subjecting the epithet utterer to a harsher criminal sanction.
A student reporter had uncovered a bias incident on campus.
Any questions should be referred to the Bias Incident Investigating Unit.
Maurice Collins, the executive officer of the bias incident investigative unit.
Among the other Weil-sponsored schools is lower Manhattan's Murry Bergtraum, added at the request of the Department of Education in response to a bias incident in October.