bias incident

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We are growing by working with diverse companies, and we have major companies that work with us.<br />Any thoughts on the Starbucks' training after a recent racial bias incident in Philadelphia can business leaders learn from Starbucks' public effort right now?
"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.
Ari Mendelson of Tampa published Bias Incident: The World's Most Politically Incorrect Novel.
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. (46) For example, a black-on-white crime might be classified as a bias crime, but a Tutsi-on-Hutu, Pakistani-on-Indian, or Japanese-on-Chinese motivated act may not.
"Almost overnight the public was made painfully aware that being gay in this country is a dangerous thing and that some people hate gay people enough to actually target them for violent attacks." 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.(110) A much more complex problem would be presented by attempting to count the number of bias crimes that occurred, for example, during the L.A.
(3) The New York City Police Department defines bias incident as "Any offense or unlawful act that is motivated in whole or in part by a person's, group's or place's identification with a particular: race, religion, ethnicity or sexual orientation." New York City Police Department Bias Incident Investigation Unit 8 (Sept.
To report a hate crime or bias incident call (888) 392-3644 from 9 a.m.
The most likely location for the occurrence of a bias incident was a transportation terminal--bus, air or rail--with ethnicity or national origin being the most common factor identified as triggering the incident.
Like police in Oregon, local officials were treating the incident as a "bias incident."
The appointed individual will serve as the contact for the student civil rights director in the event of a hate or bias incident. The coordinator also acts as the liaison between the school and local law enforcement.