Revealed: Top 10 crime hotspots in Uttlesford

PUBLISHED: 15:46 06 April 2018 | UPDATED: 18:16 06 April 2018

Crime in Uttlesford, February 2018.

Crime in Uttlesford, February 2018.


Nearly 20 crimes were reported in Uttlesford on average each day in February, according to the latest police data.

A total of 557 crimes were logged by Essex Police throughout the month and anti-social behaviour accounted for the most frequent type of criminal activity, followed closely by violent and sexual offences.

Officers were also alerted to 49 occurrences related to weapons possession, according to the data.

Analysis reveals Stansted Airport and Dunmow Road to be the most crime-ridden areas in the district in February.

Crime hotspots also include the parking area and bus station at Stansted Airport.

For the top 10 crime hotspots and breakdowns of crimes by type and location, see the interactive charts and map.


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