These are the worst areas of Northern Ireland for hate crime

New figures from PSNI show a rise in racist hate crimes of nearly 10 per cent compared to last year.

Monday, 20th May 2019, 2:10 pm
Updated Monday, 20th May 2019, 3:10 pm
Hate crime in NI has risen by 10 percent compared to last year (Photo: Shutterstock)

Overall figures for hate-related crimes including racist, homophobic, transphobic, sectarian, anti-disability and religion-based hatred has shown a rise of 10 per cent recorded by the PSNI. Just under 14 per cent of crimes have led to a police outcome (covering results such as a charge, community resolution or cautions). More than 65 per cent of all recorded hate crime incidents were later classified as crimes by PSNI, up from 60 per cent last year.

A rise of 60 compared to 2017/18. 59 crimes led to a criminal outcome, a rate of 10.6 per cent.
A rise of 15 compared to 2017/18. 27 crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 16.3 per cent.
A drop of one compared to 2017/18. 22 crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 15.5 per cent.
A rise of 11 compared to 2017/18. 24 crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 19.7 per cent.
A rise of 37 compared to 2017/18. 12 crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 12 per cent.
A rise of 23 compared to 2017/18. 11 crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 11.8 per cent.
A rise of two compared to 2017/18. 22 crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 23.2 per cent.
A drop of 15 compared to 2017/18. Nine crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 11.1 per cent.
A rise of 12 compared to 2017/18. 12 crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 17.1 per cent.
A drop of 23 compared to 2017/18. 12 crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 21.4 per cent.
A drop of 22 compared to 2017/18. Eight crimes led to an outcome, a rate of 17.4 per cent.