Legal system 'failing victims of disability hate crime'

They face being abused, assaulted and ridiculed, but experts say our legal system is failing the victims of disability hate crime.

The Crown Prosecution service in the South East says it's stepping up efforts to bring more offenders to justice, but latest figures reveal that the number of convictions is falling.

A new survey has found 30% of disabled people have experienced hostile behaviour which has left them reluctant to go out.

Malcolm Shaw has been speaking to one victim about the disturbing consequences of being targeted because of her disability.