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One in four racially or religiously aggravated crimes "not solved" on Merseyside
This is used when a reported crime has been investigated "as far as reasonably possible" and the case is closed pending further investigative opportunities; | the proportion varies considerably between different forces, with Greater Manchester the highest at 44% and North Yorkshire the lowest at 4%; | the total number of racially and religiously aggravated offences recorded by police has reached a new high, with 57,652 recorded during this period across England and Wales - the largest number for any 12-month period since these categories of offence were established in April 2012.
Calida, who earlier filed his memorandum on the case, stressed: 'One thing is beyond quibbling: a public officer's failure to religiously comply with the constitutional and statutory requirement of filing the SALN negates any claim of proven integrity.'
Noted PRRI, "Fewer than half of white mainline Protestants (44 percent), black Protestants (41 percent), white Catholics (36 percent), religiously unaffiliated Americans (31 percent), and members of non-Christian religions (30 percent) agree."
Kent police said Fransen had been charged with four counts of causing religiously aggravated harassment and Golding three counts.
Unemployed Davion Kelly, aged 31, appeared before Birmingham Magistrates charged with three counts of causing racially or religiously aggravated alarm or distress and four counts of assault.
WASHINGTON * The Supreme Court ruled on June 5 that federal pension rules don't apply to religiously affiliated hospitals.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 2 June 2017: A fatwa was issued stating that all the programs that arouse fear and terror in its guests such as Ramez Galal program are religiously forbidden.
Democratic Representative Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona was the only member of Congress to describe herself as religiously unaffiliated.
Many of these recent interfaith marriages are between Christians and the religiously unaffiliated (called "nones").
Shah was murdered by a man he never met in what is turning out to be a religiously motivated attack.
RELIGIOUSLY and racially-motivated crimes have increased by 78% in West Yorkshire since 2012.