A research group who support people with learning difficulties in Kent will present their findings to the Chief Constable of Kent, Alan Pughsley today.
The findings show that half of those surveyed said they had been harassed, victimised or assaulted.
It also showed that hate crime against people with learning difficulties was on the rise, with many going unreported.
They will be presented to Alan Pughsley and the Police Commissioner Anne Barnes, along with recommendations to how this issue can be resolved.
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