By Tarvin Webteam - 21st January 2016 6:00am
Over the past couple of months, Cheshire Police have been encouraging people to come forward and report hate crime.
Since 10 October 2015, Cheshire Police have been speaking to their local communities raising awareness of what is classed as a hate crime, and explaining to people that it's not the norm.
As part of the campaign, John Dwyer the Police & Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable Simon Byrne took to the web to discuss queries and issues surrounding hate crime. The web chat went well with people getting involved and speaking to the Chief and Commissioner from across the county.
It seems that people are aware of hate crime, but as a final part of the campaign we'd like to see just how much you do know.
Use the link below