Ken Schwencke is a journalist and developer on ProPublica’s news apps team, covering hate crimes and white supremacist movements. Previously, he worked on The New York Times’ interactive news team and the Los Angeles Times data desk.
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We found inconsistencies in how local law enforcement agencies across the country report hate crimes to the federal government. Here’s how you can use the data to report local stories.
The FBI relies on local law enforcement agencies to identify and report crimes motivated by bias, but many agencies fumble this task.
Only a fraction of bias crimes ever get reported. Fewer still get successfully prosecuted. Perhaps the widespread lack of training for frontline officers has something to do with that.
FBI statistics on hate crimes remain frustratingly inadequate. Here are some of the jurisdictions where low or nonexistent reporting leave us with known unknowns.
The 20-year-old founder of BitMitigate said he had taken on the neo-Nazi website because he believes in free speech and because, “I thought it would really get my service out there.”
The web services company Cloudflare appears to have ended its relationship with the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer.
The Matthew Shepard Foundation has been trying to learn more about why so many victims of potential hate crimes — more than 50 percent annually according to the feds — don’t file complaints with the authorities.
Newly released data shows ZIP codes where rents could suddenly jump for rent-stabilized apartments.
The gaps in data damage efforts to understand the nature and scope of violence driven by racial and religious hatred.
Cloudflare, a major content delivery company, responds to concerns about the safety of those who object to disturbing material on the web.
Cloudflare, a prominent San Francisco outfit, provides services to neo-Nazi sites like The Daily Stormer, including giving them personal information on people who complain about their content.