Police were called to reports of crime in a street in Southall on more occasions than they were to any other urban residential road in England and Wales, a study suggests.
Officers were called to Chevy Road 244 times between July and December last year, according to a study by address experts Hopewiser .
The figure, obtained through newly released police data, makes it the highest in England and Wales during this period.
Heathcroft Rise in Leeds was second with 161, while Manchester's Taplin Drive was third with 158.
In Chevy Road, which Hopewiser labelled the most "crime-ridden city street" in the country, 183 of the 244 reports related to allegations of violence and sexual offences.
A total of 24 were for allegations of offences for criminal damage, 20 for public order and 10 for theft.
The remainder relates to allegations of anti-social behaviour (3), burglary (2) and other crime (2).
Hopewiser said figures relate to occasions where police attended the street and/or near the street following a report of a crime, so could include side streets.
However, the number of convictions relating to each report has not been released.
The study only looked at residential streets in cities and omitted main roads, where crimes are common at nightclubs and bus stops.
Reports of murder and rape were omitted from the study, Hopewiser said.
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