The streets where most South Shields and South Tyneside crime was reported in July

The number of crimes reported across South Shields and South Tyneside this July has been revealed.

Monday, 16th September 2019, 5:57 pm
Nine reports included four anti-social behaviour incidents and two thefts.

The figures have been released by the Home Office on its www.police.uk website. All addresses are in South Shields unless otherwise stated. Figures for anti-social behaviour across the borough in July are available here and a gallery of criminals locked up over the summer is available here.

Nine reports included five violence and sexual offences (classed together).
Fourteen incidents included four anti-social behaviour reports and three violence and sexual offences (classed together).

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Seventeen reports included seven violence and sexual offences (classed together) and five public order cases.
Incidents are said to have taken place "on or near" addresses and include investigations which are ongoing, concluded or discontinued.
The number of crimes reported to Northumbria Police during July have been revealed.
Eleven reports included nine shoplifting investigations.
Nine reports including three violence and sexual offences (classed together) and three anti-social behaviour cases.
Seventeen reports included eight violence and sexual offences (classed together).
Twenty-eight incidents included 24 shoplifting cases and three anti-social behaviour reports.
Ten reports included six violence and sexual offences (classed together).
Twenty-three reports included 13 shoplifting cases and four anti-social behaviour incidents.
Twenty reports included 13 anti-social behaviour reports and four violence and sexual offences (classed together).
Twenty-one reports included six violence and sexual offences (classed together) and six anti-social behaviour incidents.
Fourteen offences included four anti-social behaviour offences and three public order cases.
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."
Eleven reports included nine anti-social behaviour offences.
The overall number of reported incidents in July was 1,777. This compares to 1,925 12 months earlier.