People who have been targeted because of their disability in Jersey are being urged to report it.
In their latest hate crime awareness campaign, police are focusing specifically on those with disabilities, as they say they are the least likely to report it.
One woman who was brave enough to speak out is backing these calls - branding the crimes as "shocking".
The woman shouted abuse at them about keeping the dog on a lead, despite this being the law on Jersey beaches between 30 April and 1 October. She also attempted to take the dog's harness off.
Jenny reported it to the police straight away, who supported her and even managed to find the person responsible.
The force has been campaigning raising awareness about hate crime for the last few months - it can be defined as criminal behaviour motivated by hostility to the victim's disability, race, religion, sexual orientation or transgender identity.
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