The first question you need to ask is why did the government stop publishing statistics on interracial crime in 2008.
The second question you need to ask is why doesn't the government publish crime statistics correlated to both race and economic factors.
Our government does a horrible job of publishing accurate and meaningful crime statistics.
Examining data from 2012-2013 the Manhattan Institute derived the following statistics:
Violent Crime Victims:
White 42.9, Black 22.4, Hispanic 14.8, Other 12.1, Unk. 7.8
Violent Crime Perpetrators:
In 56% of the cases Whites were the victims of other Whites.
In only 13.7% were Whites the victims of Blacks and in 11.9% were they the victims of Hispanics.
In 62.2% of the cases Blacks were the victims of other Blacks. In only 10.4% were they the victims of Whites and in 4.7% were they the victims of Hispanics.
In 38.8% of the cases Hispanics were the victims of Hispanics. In only 21.7% were they the victims of Whites and in 21.2% were they the victims of Blacks.
In 2013 there were 5680 murders in the US according to the FBI
3005 victims were White, 2491 victims were Black, and 227 were other or of an unknown race.
83.5% of White homicides were committed by other Whites, only 13.6% were committed by Blacks.
90% of Black homicides were committed by other Blacks, only 7.5% were committed by Whites.
For what it is worth 43.6% of Other/Unknown homicides were committed by Other/Unknowns, while only 25% were committed by Whites and 19.3% were committed by Blacks.
Between 2003 and 2013 565 Police Officers were "feloniously killed" according to FBI statistics.
51.5% of the Officers were killed by White/Hispanic offenders, 43% were killed by Black offenders. 97.5% of the offenders were male. Only 1.4% of the offenders were Asian/Pacific while in 2010 they were roughly 5% of the population.
Since the FBI lumps Whites and Hispanics into the same category:
77% of the US population is White/Hispanic
13.2% of the US population is Black
In 2015 990 people were shot by police officers.
80% of those shot had a deadly weapon
5.5% of those shot were presumably using a vehicle as a deadly weapon
3.5% of those shot had a toy gun
9.4% of those shot were unarmed
2.7% of the shooting circumstances were termed "unknown".
Of those shot 67% were White/Hispanic, 26% were black.
Go back to that original figure relating to police officers killed. 43% of police officers killed in felonious assault were killed by Blacks. Police officers kill Blacks at a rate twice as high as their proportion of the population but Blacks kill police officers at a rate three times as high.
If you are a police officer your chances of getting killed by a White or Black offender are almost equal despite the differences in demographics.
“Adjusted for the homicide rate, whites are 1.7 times more likely than blacks die at the hands of police,” he said. “Adjusted for the racial disparity at which police are feloniously killed, whites are 1.3 times more likely than blacks to die at the hands of police.” Moskos-Wash TimesWhat remains a gaping hole in all of this are the socioeconomic factors, what do the numbers look like when adjusted to income bracket and race?