Hate crime in Wales has increased by nearly a quarter in the last year.
2,941 hate crimes were reported across Wales in 2016/17 according to government figures, that's compared to 2,405 last year - a 22% rise.
The rise has been across all five strands; race, religion, sexual orientation, disability and transgender across all four Welsh police forces.
There was a significant rise around the time of the EU referendum.
Communities and Children Secretary, Carl Sargeant, says the Welsh Government are working to build communities where hate crime isn't 'tolerated'.
The rise is thought to be due to an increase in incidents being reported. Between 2012 and 2015 only 48% of hate crime victims were reporting them.
You can view the full figures here.