The London Borough of Harrow suffered a staggering 353 reported "violent/sexual" crimes in just one month, latest statistics reveal.
Figures for June 2017 - the most recent available - reveal that there were on average at least 11 reported cases of violent or sexual crime every day somewhere in the borough.
But the violent/sexual crimes were not spread out evenly across Harrow and our research shows there are "hotspots" in the borough.
It's reassuring news if you live in either West Harrow or Headstone South however - which came out as the least violent areas, with nine and seven recorded cases respectively for the whole month.
Here's a look back at headlines from the borough in June:
Elsewhere in the borough showed a different picture. We've rounded up the 10 worst neighbourhoods in Harrow for violent/sexual crimes, courtesy of the Home Office.
The violent/sexual category, as stipulated by the Home Office, includes offences against the person such as common assaults, grievous bodily harm and sexual offences.
Hotspots for violent/sexual crime in Harrow based on June 2017 data
Greenhill - 29 violent/sexual crimes
The police ward of Greenhill topped the chart for the most violent/sexual crime in the borough, with nearly one incident per day - although it did not contain the most violent street.
However, its worst offenders were Oakley Road with four violent/sexual crimes and Kenton Avenue, where three violent/sexual crimes were reported.
This ward had a total of 117 crimes reported from all categories.
Wealdstone - 27 violent/sexual crimes
Wealdstone may not be the most dangerous ward - just - but it is home to the joint most "violent" street of the borough.
Six violent/sexual crimes were reported in Cecil Road alone, out of the ward's total of 27.
Bruce Road also showed up as a "hotspot" in this ward with three reported violent/sexual crimes.
This ward had a total of 97 crimes reported from all categories.
Harrow Town Centre - 25 violent/sexual crimes
The joint most violent street is situated in the town centre, as there were six reported violent/sexual crimes in Havelock Place this June.
There were 76 reported crimes from all categories, with 25 for violence/sexual crimes, in Harrow's main shopping district.
Other hotspots were Greenhill Way, St Anne's Shopping Centre and its parking area, with three violent/sexual crimes reported in each.
Harrow on the Hill - 25 violent/sexual crimes
Surprisingly, the ward containing the famous £30,000-a-year Harrow School came in joint third for violent/sexual crime - on par with the town centre.
There were a total of 93 crimes in this ward, of which 25 were violent/sexual.
Hotspots were London Road, where three were reported, and Roxeth Green Avenue, with two violent/sexual crimes.
Kenton West - 22 violent/sexual crimes
This ward is home to the second most violent street, with five violent/sexual crimes in Pembroke Avenue.
There were a total of 68 reported crimes in Kenton West - 22 of those violence or sex crimes.
Another hotspot for this ward was Kenton Gardens, where there were four reported violent/sexual crimes in June.
Stanmore Park - 22 violent/sexual crimes
Matching Kenton West for violent/sexual crime was Stanmore Park, with 22 reported incidents - that's more than five a week.
The area saw 77 reported crimes of all categories in June.
Its worst offender for violent crime was Binyon Crescent, where there were three reported incidents.
Roxeth - 20 violent/sexual crimes
The Roxeth ward saw 87 reported crimes from all categories in June, 20 of those being violent or sexual.
Northolt Road came out as a hotspot within this ward, with nearly one incidents of violent/sexual crime reported - four in total for the month.
Edgware - 20 violent/sexual crimes
Nearly a quarter of all reported crime in Edgware in June was either violent or sexual.
Twenty out of a total of 81 reported crimes were in the violent/sexual category.
Whitchurch Avenue saw two reported incidents, and there were two near the Iceland supermarket on Burnt Oak Broadway.
Belmont - 20 violent/sexual crimes
The total number of reported crimes in all categories in Belmont came out as 68, with 20 of those categorised as violent or sexual.
Hotspots include Belmont Circle, where two were reported, and Derwent Crescent, with the same figure for June.
Kenton East - 20 violent/sexual crimes
Nearly a third of all of Kenton's violent/sexual crimes were contained to two roads.
There were three incidents reported in both Hinkler Road and Honeypot Lane.
A total of 54 crimes from all categories were recorded in Kenton East.
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