Less than 25% of hate crime reports on UK railways lead to charges
British Transport Police figures also show average of eight hate crimes are reported per day
Less than one-quarter of hate crimes reported on Britain’s railway networks since 2015 have resulted in the suspect being charged or summonsed.
Two-fifths of crimes reported to British Transport Police (BTP) in the same period did not result in prosecution because the suspect could not be identified, according to figures released under the 2000 Freedom of Information Act.
Source: Guardian Transport