Hate Crime Victims

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    Taxonomy Code: YX-1500.3000

    Individuals who have been victimized or intimidated on the basis of their real or perceived race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. Hate crimes have an impact that lingers, and extends beyond the specific victim. They make members of minority communities fearful, angry and suspicious, and raise tensions that can divide and polarize neighborhoods, towns and cities.

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    ADVOCACY AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZINGAssists Hispanic immigrants whose education, immigration or civil rights have been violated. Organizes meetings with the community to inform and advise members regarding their rights. Coordinates efforts with organizations that work in defense of rights. Call for further information.NassauADVOCACY AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZINGCENTRO SALVADORENO, INC.
    ANTI-VIOLENCE PROJECT-LONG ISLANDOffers advocacy and support to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, pick-up and hate crimes. Provides short term counseling, accompanies victims to police headquarters and court, makes referrals for legal services and offers opportunities to meet with support groups. Also provides educational workshops for health and human service providers.SuffolkANTI-VIOLENCE PROJECT-LONG ISLANDTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    HATE CRIMES UNITResponsible for the investigation and case preparation of all violations of law perpetrated primarily due to a belief or perception regarding race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, religious practice, age, disability or sexual orientation, except for cases involving death or serious physical injury that may result in death. This shall include incidents relating to houses of worship and/or related facilities. This shall further include incidents involving the etching, painting, or drawing of a Swastika on any building or other real property without the permission of the owner or operator, as well as setting fire to a cross in public view. This command shall also keep files and statistics relative to such offenses. The Hate Crimes Unite assumes responsibility of all incidents upon determining the incident fits criteria as prescribed by the Hate Crimes Act 2000 of New York State, pursuant to Section 485.05 of the Penal Law. The incidents will be investigated to determine the hate crime element committed by factors outlined in the Hate Crimes Act established in New York as well as existing case law and experience. The Major Case Commanding Officer, or designee, will be responsible for properly identifying the incident as a hate crime and unsure this information is reported monthly, as accurately and correctly as possible under UCR standards, to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (NYSDCJS). The Major Case Section Commanding Officer, or designee, shall further act as a liaison to the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office and the United States Attorney's Office to ensure the proper charging and prosecution of hate crimes.SuffolkHATE CRIMES UNITSUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
    HATE CRIME VICTIM ADVOCACY AND OUTREACH PROGRAMProvides crime victim advocacy and support services for all victims of hate crimes as well as hate crime prevention programs for adult and mature teen audiences.CRIME VICTIMS CENTERPARENTS FOR MEGAN'S LAW

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