What is the difference between a hate crime and hate incident?

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The main difference between hate crimes and hate incidents is that hate crimes are included under hate crime laws and hate incidents are not. The motivation for both is the same—actions motivated by bias against a particular group or person. Hate incidents are not technically crimes. A hate crime is a hate incident that has risen to the level of a crime. All hate crimes are hate incidents, but not all incidents are hate crimes.
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