Sunderland's latest 2019 crime hotspots revealed

The most up-to-date figures for reported crime across Sunderland have been revealed.

By Gavin Ledwith, Digital Specialist
Wednesday, 24 April, 2019, 18:43
Sunderland's Wearmouth Bridge.

February's statistics below have been compiled from Home Office data contained on the www.police.uk/ website. City centre addresses are excluded from this list and will appear in a separate table soon.

Thirty-four reports included 14 violence and sexual offences (classed together) and five public order offences.
Eighteen reported offences included 12 shoplifting reports and three anti-social behaviour incidents.
Fifteen reported offences included six anti-social behaviour cases and four shoplifting cases.
Thirteen reports included eight shoplifting offences and two anti-social behaviour cases.
Thirteen reports included five public order offences and three vehicle crimes.
Twelve reported crimes include three violence and sexual offences (classed together) and three criminal damage cases.
Twelve reported offences included 11 shoplifting cases and one burglary.

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Ten reports included six counts of anti-social behaviour and three of criminal damage and arson (classed together).
Nine reports included three cases of violence and sexual offences (classed together) and three cases of shoplifting.
Nine reported offences include four violence and sexual offences (classed together) and two anti-social behaviour cases.
Nine reported offences included seven public order incidents and two thefts.
Nine reported offences included three violence and sexual offences (classed together) and two thefts.
Nine reported offences included five cases of anti-social behaviour and one violence and sexual offence case (classed together).
The Northumbria Police figures combine cases still under investigation, concluded or discontinued. Incidents are said to have taken place "on or near" addresses.
The total number of reported crimes across Sunderland's four policing neighbourhoods has increased from 2,224 cases in February 2018 to 2,304 incidents in February 2019.