(Steve Sailer, UNZ Review) The NYPD has released its 2020 crime stats report showing victims, suspects, and arrestees by race.
First, here is the general population of New York City: So, blacks make up 22% of NYC’s population, Asians 14%, whites 32%, and Hispanics 29%.
Here is 2020 robbery (Crime and Enforcement Activity in New York City, Jan 1 – Dec 31, 2020):
Robbery victims are most frequently Hispanic (41.8%) or Black (29.5%). Asian/Pacific Islander victims account for (15.6%) of all Robbery victims while Whites account for (12.8%) of all Robbery Victims.
The race/ethnicity of known Robbery suspects is primarily Black (65.9%). Hispanic suspects account for an additional (27.6%) of the suspect population. White suspects account for (4.1%) of all Robbery suspects while Asian/Pacific Islanders accounted for (2.3%) of known Robbery suspects.
The total number of robbery victims declined slightly from 2019 to 2020 in NYC, with the racial proportions of victims and offenders staying rather steady.
Shootings, however, more than doubled in 2020 over 2019 in NYC, with victims increasing from 922 in 2019 to 1868 in 2020, so the shootings data are of interest:
Shooting victims are most frequently Black (73.9%) or Hispanic (22.5%). White victims account for an additional (1.9%) of all Shooting victims while Asian/Pacific Islanders victims account for (1.7%) of all Shooting Victims.
The race/ethnicity of known Shooting suspects is most frequently Black (72.1%). Hispanic suspects accounted for an additional (24.7%) of all suspects. Asian/Pacific Islander suspects (1.8%) and White suspects (1.4%) accounted for the remaining portion of known Shooting suspects.