Police have created a self-reporting form, which allows people from minority groups to remain anonymous following an attack motivated by their race, religion or sexuality. The forms will not be admissible in evidence. But police say they will help officers to target those who commit hate crimes in the future. Ash Ghani works in a small shop in Holyhead on Anglesey, and has suffered from years of racial harassment by a small minority. He said his experience has not been improved by the way the police and legal services have dealt with his complaints.