Sunderland's latest crime and anti-social hotspots have been revealed

Sunderland’s latest crime hotspots have been revealed following the publication of official new figures.

Thursday, 21st May 2020, 4:26 pm
Updated Friday, 22nd May 2020, 11:26 am
Some of the Sunderland streets where the most crime was reported to Northumbria Police from during March 2020.

The Home Office statistics calculate how many incidents were reported across Northumbria Police’s four neighbourhood areas in the city during March. They show a drop in cases from 2,331 to 2,174 compared to March 2019. February’s figures are available here.

Thirty-three reports included 23 violence and sexual offences (classed together) and five public order complaints.
Thirty-one reports included 17 shoplifting complaints and three violence and sexual offences (classed together).

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Seventeen reports included five public order complaints and four anti-social behaviour incidents.
Sixteen reports included five thefts and one anti-social behaviour complaint.
Sixteen reports included 10 shoplifting complaints.
Fifteen incidents included four violence and sexual offences (classed together) and three public order complaints.
Fourteen incidents included six anti-social behaviour complaints and two thefts.
Thirteen reports included three anti-social behaviour complaints and three violence and sexual offences (classed together).
Twelve incidents included seven anti-social behaviour reports and three public order complaints.
Twelve incidents included five violence and sexual offences (classed together) and three anti-social behaviour complaints.
Eleven reports included seven violence and sexual offences (classed together) and one anti-social behaviour complaint.
Eleven incidents included five burglaries and two criminal damage and arsons (classed together).
Incidents are said to have taken place "on or near" addresses and include investigations which are ongoing, completed or discontinued.
Ring 999 in emergencies or 101 for non-emergencies. An emergency is classed as: "Does it feel like the situation could get heated or violent very soon? Is someone in immediate danger? Do you need support right away? If so, please call 999 now."