Revealed: 18 worst Leeds hotspots for violent and sexual crimes

Today we reveal the latest worst hotspots in Leeds for violent and sexual crimes.

Thursday, 2nd August 2018, 12:05 pm
Updated Thursday, 2nd August 2018, 12:33 pm
Violent and sexual crime hotspots in Leeds in May 2018

These figures, supplied by Police UK, are for May 2018 - the most recent period for which data is available.

According to West Yorkshire Police, violent and sexual crimes can include domestic violence and sexual assaults.

The figures represent the number of reports that police have received, and these may be under investigation, or an investigation that has been completed.

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Violent and sexual crime hotspots in Leeds in May 2018

If you witness a violent or sexual crime, you can call West Yorkshire Police on 999, or if it is non-urgent or to pass on information call 101.

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You can also give information anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Here is the full list of crime hotspots in Leeds, marked by neighbourhood police force:

On or near George Street (Leeds City) - 7

On or near Leeds General Infirmary (Leeds City) - 7

On or near Appleton Way (Leeds East) - 7

On or near Briarsdale Garth (Leeds East) - 7

On or near Hudson Road (Leeds East) - 7

On or near Broom Cross (Leeds South) - 7

On or near The Clearings (Leeds South) - 7

On or near Foundry Mill Walk (Leeds East) - 8

On or near Clyde View (Leeds West) - 8

On or near Selby Road (Leeds East) - 9

On or near HMP Wealstun (Leeds North East) - 9

On or near Back Nowell Mount (Leeds East) - 10

On or near Heathcroft Rise (Leeds South) - 11

On or near Pitfall Street (Leeds City) - 13

On or near Brathay Gardens (Leeds East) - 13

On or near Boar Lane (Leeds City) - 22

On or near Carr Lane (Leeds North East) - 22

On or near HM Prison Leeds (Leeds West) - 22

On or near Leeds Station (Leeds City) - 23

For more information and advice on how to prevent and report a violent or sexual crime go to the West Yorkshire Police website.