Brent is a hub of antisocial behaviour, according to the latest police figures.
Around 18 antisocial crimes reported in the borough daily in September 2017.
From spitting in the street to flytipping and an alleged "crack house" that "made neighbours' lives a misery" , Brent residents are exposed to a wide-range of antisocial activities.
Police figures from September 2017 there were a total 551 antisocial behaviour crimes reported in the borough in 30 days.
A council crack down on street-drinking and two p olice orders to shut down "anti-social" properties are some of the recent action to tackle the problem.
A closer look at locations reveals hotspots for antisocial crime within the borough.
Willesden Green and Kilburn
Willesden Green and Kilburn were joint first as the two spots most plagued by antisocial behaviour in Brent in September.
There were 67 instances of antisocial behaviour reported in each in just 30 days.
In Willesden Green 57 of the incidents took place in and immediately around Willesden High Road.
In Kilburn most antisocial crimes were committed near Kilburn High Road, with 29 being reported in and around it.
The area around Wembley Stadium was Brent's third most troubled spot for antisocial behaviour with 58 of the 211 crimes reported there in September being of an antisocial nature.
A map shows that 29 of the antisocial incidents in Wembley happened directly around the train station.
Harlesden had considerably less cases of antisocial behaviour reported there but with 45 cases it may still be considered a hotspot.
On November 6 an alleged "crack house" was closed by police in Fortunegate Road after following reports of "ongoing drug-related antisocial behaviour."
The areas of Brent least affected by antisocial instances include Kenton, where only seven antisocial crimes were reported and Preston where there were 15 cases in September.
Most other areas of Brent had around 36 to 44 antisocial behaviour reports.
Dudden Hill wasn't the worst hit area but there were 37 antisocial instances reported there in September which was higher than the Brent average.
A dispersal zone was rolled out by Dudden Hill Police on September 18 to deal with "antisocial groups of youths and street drinkers" which suggests that the area did have a problem that month.
A map of Dudden Hill police reports shows mosts antisocial crimes happened around Tanfield Avenue.
Councillor Eleanor Southwood, lead member for the environment at Brent Council, said: "Spitting in public is unhygienic and is not acceptable on the streets of Brent, which is why we made a decision to use the powers we have at our disposal to crack down on this antisocial behaviour.
"By issuing these fines we are sending out a strong message that this unpleasant behaviour will not be tolerated in the borough.
“Whether you live in Brent or are just passing through, we expect you to treat our streets and parks with respect.
"The majority of residents love where they live and we will take action against those who ruin it for the rest of us."
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