The streets with the most reports of antisocial behaviour in South Tyneside after 258 incidents logged in just one month

More than eight incidents of antisocial behaviour were reported every day for a month on average in South Tyneside, latest figures show.

By Ross Robertson
Saturday, 09 March, 2019, 15:05
Picture by Northumbria Police

Northumbria Police received 258 complaints of antisocial behaviour in the borough in December 2018, the latest month for which data is available on the Police UK Crime Map. Antisocial behaviour has been defined as any aggressive, intimidating or destructive activity that damages another person's quality of life. These are the worst affected streets (where three or more incidents were reported in the month):

Nine incidents are tracked to this narrow street between Keppel Street and King Street.
Seven reported incidents tracked to the parking area beside North Road in Boldon Colliery
Six reported incidents on or near this section of road running through Laygate itself.
Five reported incidents
Four incidents are assigned to another area designated as 'Nightclub' in the pedestrianized area of Ocean Road
Four reported incidents
Four incidents are tracked a 'Sports/recreation area' near Galsworthy Road and Gerald Street
Three incidents reported

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Three reported incidents
Three reported incidents on or near this narrow piece of road next to Chichester Metro station
Three incidents reported
Three incidents reported
Another three incidents are tracked to the area around the junction of Ocean Road and Anderson Street, assigned as "Nightclub" by police.
Three incidents reported
Three incidents reported which are tracked to the area opposite Asda Boldon
Three incidents reported
Three reported incidents