These are the most dangerous places to live in Hillingdon

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The most and least dangerous places to live in Hillingdon can be revealed after the latest crime statistics were published by the Metropolitan Police.

The figures reveal the borough’s policing areas with the most reported crimes – as well as the least – throughout August.

Figures recorded by the Met – available on – show that a total of 2,025 crimes were reported in the borough during August, with crimes being broken down by ward and type of crime commited.

We have ranked Hillingdon’s policing areas in order of the amount of crimes recorded, with a break down of the five “most dangerous” areas.

1.) Yiewsley – 197

Police spotted at the site of the Yiewsley Swimming Pools, demolished in 2010 to make way for a new facility which is yet to be built

The figures show Yiewsley to be the most dangerous ward in the borough with 197 reported crimes.

If you look at those figures in more detail, 55 of those crimes are for anti-social behaviour, 43 for violent and sexual offences, and 23 for vehicle crime.

It is worth noting that most of the crime take place on the Yiewsley/West Drayton border.

In the month prior, 170 crimes were reported.

2.) West Drayton – 174

Police presence in West Drayton

The vast majority of crimes reported in West Drayton anti-social behaviour.

There were 174 crimes overall and anti-social behaviour accounted for 54 of them, while 44 were violent and sexual offences.

There were also 24 reports of vehicle crime, 10 for theft, 10 for criminal damage and arson, and nine for burglary.

In July, there were 175 crimes committed, one more than what was reported in August.

3) Townfield – 162

Townfield is the most dangerous ward according to Police UK figures
Townfield is the third most dangerous ward according to Police UK figures

Next on the list is Townfield where 162 offences reportedly occurred in August.

An overwhelming majority of these crimes were antisocial behaviour offences which amounted to 39 of the overall figure.

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