Sunderland's latest crime hotspots are revealed as police deal with more than 100 reported offences a day

These are the areas of Sunderland which have the most reported crimes, according to the most recent police figures.

By Gary Welford
Monday, 18 March, 2019, 13:25
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There were 3,224 incidents reported in the Sunderland, Houghton and Washington areas - an average of 104 a day - in January 2019 (the most recent month for which figures are available). They ranged from anti-social behaviour and burglary to vehicle crime, violence and sexual offences. The figures are from the website www.police.uk, which records statistics by crime type and neighbourhood. Please note that images of streets are for illustrative purposes only.

Albion Place in Sunderland city centre saw 24 crimes reported in January, including 7 incidents of anti-social behaviour and 7 violence or sexual offences.
14 crimes were reported on or near Borough Road in Sunderland city centre, including four incidents of public order and three of anti-social behaviour.
17 crimes were reported at or near The Bridges shopping centre in Sunderland, including 9 of shoplifting.
10 crimes were reported at Cherry Tree Square in Leechmere, Sunderland, including 7 incidents of anti-social behaviour.
18 crimes were reported at or near The Galleries at Washington during January. This includes 7 offences of criminal damage and arson and 5 of anti-social behaviour.
14 crimes were reported on or near Hardgate Road, on the Hill View Estate, Sunderland, in January. They included 6 violence or sexual offences and 4 acts of criminal damage and arson.
Holmeside in Sunderland city centre was the source of 16 reported crimes, with another 26 centred around its nightlife. Most were public order, theft and violence or sexual offences
19 crimes were reported on or near Hylton Park Road, Sunderland, including seven incidents of anti-social behaviour and three burglaries.
Kayll Road in Sunderland saw 12 reported crimes, with another 22 described as at or near the hospital. They were mostly theft, public order and violence or sexual offences.
10 crimes were reported at or near Marlborough Road, Sulgrave, Washington, including anti-social behaviour, burglary and violence or sexual offences.
There were 17 crimes reported in North Moor Lane, Farringdon, Sunderland, including eight offences of shoplifting and six of anti-social behaviour.
10 crimes were reported on or near Olive Street in Sunderland city centre. Half of them were anti-social behaviour, and there were also shoplifting, thefts and other public order offences.

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12 crimes were reported in Park Grove, Concord, Washington, including five violence or sexual offences, three cases of criminal damage or arson and two of other anti-social behaviour.
29 crimes were reported at or near the car park in Burdon Road, Sunderland, with nearly half of them concerning complaints of anti-social behaviour.
Peel Street in Hendon, Sunderland, saw 10 crimes reported in January. Most were for anti-social behaviour, public order and criminal damage and arson, with one for possession of weapons.
13 crimes were reported on or near the police station at Southwick in Sunderland. They ranged from anti-social behaviour and drugs to violence and sexual offences.
Rockingham Square at Red House, Sunderland, was the scene of 10 reported crimes, mostly criminal damage and arson, and violence and sexual offences.
Rosse Close at Donwell, Washington, was the scene of 13 reported crimes, mostly for shoplifting.
11 crimes were reported on or near Sheridan Street in Pallion, Sunderland, with more than half of them for anti-social behaviour.
Station Street in Sunderland city centre had 11 reported crimes, ranging from shoplifting and anti-social behaviour to drugs and burglary.
10 crimes were reported on or near Tiverton Square, Thorney Close, Sunderland. 6 were anti-social behaviour and the others for criminal damage and arson and violence and sexual offences.
20 crimes were reported in and around Vine Place in Sunderland city centre. They were mostly for shoplifting, and violence and sexual offences.
20 crimes were reported on or near Waterloo Street in Sunderland city centre, including anti-social behaviour and public order offences, shoplifting and burglary.
Willmore Street in Millfield, Sunderland, saw 10 crimes reported. They were mostly public order and violence or sexual offences.