10 WORST CRIME HOTSPOTS IN CAMDEN STREET UK REVEALED

police-siren-emergency-thumb6236569THE 10 most crime-ridden streets in Camden have been revealed on the controversial new online crime mapping site. The website – http://www.police.uk – allows residents to enter their postcode and find detailed information on offences in their area. Street by street figures show how many criminal incidents were recorded in December last year. Statistics reveal that Agar Place in Camden Town has the highest number of crimes with 59 – all were classed as anti-social behaviour. In second place was Arlington Road in Camden Town where a total of 48 incidents were recorded – 38 were listed as anti-social behaviour. The next hotspots for crime were Beatty Street, Mornington Crescent, Chalk Farm Road and Kelly Street in Kentish Town.

Camden Liberal Democrat councillor Matt Sanders said: “Too many Camden lives are plagued by anti-social behaviour. It is sadly no surprise that some of our streets are among the worst affected in the country. The council needs to be going through these new crime stats street by street, so they can aggressively target those areas with the worst problems. The launch of this new website has shown the huge demand there is for information on the streets where we live.”

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