New figures reveal where most crime is committed in Hartlepool

Latest official crime statistics reveal where most crime is committed in Hartlepool.

By Gavin Ledwith, Digital Specialist
Monday, 20 May, 2019, 12:52
Hartlepool Police Station

The figures are compiled from Home Office data available on the www.police.uk website and cover March.

Twenty-three reports near the Oxford Road junction included 15 shoplifting offences and three criminal damage and arson cases.
Twenty reports included 14 shoplifting cases and five anti-social behaviour incidents.
Twenty cases included five violence and sexual offences (classed together) and four anti-social behaviour incidents.
Nineteen incidents included eight shoplifting reports and four anti-social behaviour cases.
Eighteen reports included 10 anti-social behaviour complaints and four violence and sexual offences (classed together).
Seventeen reports included eight cases of anti-social behaviour and two criminal damage and arson (classed together) incidents.
Sixteeen reports of violence and sexual offences (classed together).
Thirteen reported offences included nine cases of shoplifting.
Thirteen reports included eight shoplifting and two anti-social behaviour incidents.

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Twelve incidents included nine cases of anti-social behaviour.
Twelve reports included seven anti-social behaviour complaints and three shoplifting incidents.
Eleven reported offences included four anti-social behaviour cases and two criminal damage and arson (classed together) cases.
Eleven reports included seven shoplifting offences and two violence and sexual offences (classed together).
Eleven incidents included six shoplifting cases and two anti-social behaviour complaints.
Ten reported offences included five violence and sexual offences (classed together) and three anti-social behaviour cases.
The number of reported incidents across Hartlepool in March 2019 was 1,400. This compares to 1,551 in March 2018
Some of Hartlepool's larger roads are divided into sections for recording purposes. Numbers refer to incidents which have taken place "on or near" locations and include investigations which are ongoing, concluded or discontinued.
Dial 999 for emergencies - which include ongoing incidents or those where there is a threat of injury or to life - or 101 for non-emergencies or general inquiries.