Black-on-Asian Crime Statistics By Justice Department

May 18, 2020

The U.S. Department of Justice publishes an annual victimization report, which can be found here

The numbers are no surprise to many Asian-Americans. Black-on-Asian crime is 280x more common than Asian-on-Black crime. These statistical trends have been common for over a decade and rising. These statistics only take into account the Asian race as a whole and do not specify the various ethnicities within the Asian-American population, but it does not change the fact that Black-on-Asian crime is 280x more common than Asian-on-Black crime.

The link to the 2018 U.S. Justice Criminal Victimization Report can be found here

Image via U.S. Department of Justice. Page 13

The link to the 2018 U.S. Justice Criminal Victimization Report can be found here

In 2018, there were 182,230 reports of Asians being victims of violent crime. The race of the offenders against Asians is as follows: 24% White and 28% Black. With that said, the U.S. population is 62% Caucasian, so you would think Caucasians would be committing more violent crimes against Asians. The black population is 12%, Hispanics are 17%, and Asians are 6% of the U.S. population.

The link to the 2018 U.S. Justice Criminal Victimization Report can be found here

Image via U.S. Department of Justice. Page 12

Now, there are Asians who wrong African-Americans. According to the Justice Department Chart, Page 13, Asians violently offending African-Americans is less than 0.1% of the time. Caucasian-Americans violently attack African-Americans 11% of the time.

What about Asian-on-Asian crime? Well, according to the chart because we deal with facts and statistics, rather than feelings, 76% of violent crimes against Asians were perpetrated by non-Asians. This makes Asians the most victimized race in America.

The link to the 2018 U.S. Justice Criminal Victimization Report can be found here

Violent crimes committed by non-blacks toward African-Americans was 30%. Which means Black-on-Black violent crime is 70%. At the same time, 38% of all crimes against Caucasian-Americans was committed by non-Caucasians. Crimes against Latinos by non-Latinos were 55%.

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