52 year old man is in hospital with serious injuries following a collision with a car in Andover last night
Buckinghamshire Hate Crime Survey
247 people in Buckinghamshire told police they had been a victim of hate crime last year.
Councillors want to find out if people reported it and, if they did, what kind of support they got. So far around 300 people have taken part.
Hate crime, a hatred of someone's race, religion, disability, faith or sexual orientation, can include things like verbal and physical abuse as well as bullying at school or work.
Margaret Aston, Cabinet Spokesman for Localities Working, says it has the capacity to ruin lives.
"The valuable feedback we receive from our residents will help us to improve the support we offer hate crime victims.
"It will give us an opportunity to see if there is anything we can do differently in the future to support victims."
The survey is completely anonymous and all information is treated confidentially.
It's open until January 6, 2012, and is available at here.
David Cameron's former seat in Witney has been filled by another Conservative. Robert Courts has been elected.
Five men from Oxford have been charged with a string of sex offences.
Heathrow is insisting there is "no delay" in the decision over a third runway, claiming most MPs back its expansion over Gatwick.
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