The worst places in Leeds for violence and sex offences - how does your area compare?

A total of 1,638 violent or sexual offences were reported in October 2018 in Leeds according to police figures - and these are the top hotspots for the crimes.

Thursday, 6th December 2018, 11:41 am
Updated Thursday, 6th December 2018, 11:45 am
Violent crime hotspots Leeds

Data released by the Police.uk website tracks the number of reports of violent and sexual offence incidents across the city, which police categorise together. This data is based on the latest available information, which tracks reports for October 2018 in each area. Areas listed are a rough guide based on policing districts and images are for illustrative purposes.

There were 293 reports of violence or sex offences in Leeds city centre in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 129 reports of violence or sex offences in Harehills in October 2018 according to Police.uk

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

There were 87 reports of violence or sex offences in Woodhouse in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 85 reports of violence or sex offences in the East End Park and Osmondthorpe area in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 70 reports of violence or sex offences in Armley in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 66 reports of violence or sex offences in Gipton in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 53 reports of violence or sex offences in Chapel Allerton in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 44 reports of violence or sex offences in Oakwood in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 41 reports of violence or sex offences in Holbeck in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 38 reports of violence or sex offences in Headingley in October 2018 according to Police.uk
There were 31 reports of violence or sex offences in Hyde Park area in October 2018 according to Police.uk