More than 30 crimes a day were reported in Harrow in September - and nearly a quarter were antisocial behaviour.
Home Office statistics reveal that a total of 959 crimes were reported in the borough for the month, with a whopping 224 incidents of the "nuisance" offences.
Of all crime reported in September 2017, 23.3% was antisocial behaviour - which works out as 7.46 reports per day.
Both the Wealdstone and Headstone North wards had the most reports of incidents classified as antisocial behaviour, which police say includes "personal, environmental and nuisance antisocial behaviour".
The worst area for all reported crime in September was Harrow Town Centre, where there was a total of 96 reported incidents - that's more than three a day on average.
We've rounded up the 10 worst neighbourhoods in Harrow for antisocial crimes, courtesy of the Home Office.
Headstone North - 22 antisocial crimes
Headstone North is the joint worst ward for antisocial behaviour, along with Wealdstone.
A total of 50 crimes were reported in this ward in September - showing antisocial behaviour accounts for nearly half of all reported crime in this area.
Wealdstone - 22 antisocial crimes
Although Wealdstone is joint first for anti-social crimes in Harrow, it only accounts for 29% of all crime in the area.
A total of 76 crimes were reported in September, of these 22 were antisocial.
There were 17 incidents of violent and sexual crime reported and 11 burglaries.
Harrow Weald - 21 antisocial crimes
Very close behind Headstone North and Wealdstone, Harrow Weald had 21 reports of antisocial crime.
A total of 66 crimes were reported in September in this area.
Other regularly reported crimes were violent and sexual (17) and burglary (10).
Harrow on the Hill - 19 antisocial crimes
Although Harrow on the Hill scored high for antisocial behaviour with 19 incidents reported, it was not the most reported crime in this area.
Twenty-five violent and sexual crimes were reported - out of a total of 86 crimes overall.
Vehicle crime was also common, with 13 reported incidents.
Harrow Town Centre - 19 antisocial crimes
Top of the pile in Harrow Town Centre was shoplifting, accounting for over a quarter of all crime (26%).
But the borough's most popular shopping hub was also high in antisocial reported crime, with 19 recorded for the month of September.
Stanmore Park - 18 antisocial crimes
More than a fifth of all crime in Stanmore Park was antisocial, out of a total of 79 reported incidents.
Closely behind however, was violent and sexual crime with 17 reported incidents, as well as 13 vehicle crimes.
A total of seven crimes were committed in or a near a supermarket in Church Road - there were listed as "other theft" (two), robbery (one), shoplifting (one), vehicle crime (one), violence and sexual offences (two).
Queensbury - 17 antisocial crimes
There was a total of 64 reported crimes in September in Queensbury, 17 of which were antisocial.
A petrol station in Honeypot Lane appeared to be a crime hotspot, with a total of 11 reported incidents, including antisocial behaviour (four), criminal damage and arson (one), other theft (five) and violence and sexual offences (one).
Roxeth - 14 antisocial crimes
Although Roxeth scored high for antisocial behaviour with 14 incidents reported, it was not the most reported crime in this area.
Twenty violent and sexual crimes were reported - out of a total of 59 crimes overall.
Crime hotspots were revealed "on or near a supermarket" in Northolt Road with reports of antisocial behaviour (seven) and other theft (one) and Field End Road had reports of antisocial behaviour (three), drugs (one), shoplifting (three) and vehicle crime (one).
Kenton East - 12 antisocial crimes
There were 12 antisocial crimes, but there was even more violent and sexual incidents reported in Kenton East at 18 crimes.
This is from a total of 52 reported crimes in the ward in September 2017.
Although it made the top 10, Headstone South's antisocial crime accounted for a fifth of all (54) reported crimes.
There was also 13 reports of violence and sexual incidents, and 10 reports of vehicle crime.
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