These are the worst affected areas for anti-social behaviour in Sheffield city centre

According to statistics on Police.uk, the areas In Sheffield most frequently effected by anti-social behaviour are as follows.

Friday, 13th March 2020, 11:01 am
Updated Monday, 16th March 2020, 9:53 am
King Street in Sheffield city centre recorded 16 reports of anti-social behaviour in January 2020.

Commonly described as actions that harm or lack consideration for the well-being of others. The list below highlights the main areas where you are more likely to experience Anti-social behaviour when visiting the Sheffield City Centre.

Westfield Terrace recorded 12 reported cases of anti-social behaviour in January 2020.
There were 10 reported cases of anti-social behaviour on High Street recorded in January 2020.

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There were seven reported cases of anti-social behaviour recorded on Murray Road in January 2020.
Trippet Lane recorded seven counts of anti-social behaviour in January 2020.
There were six reports of anti-social behaviour on or near Leopold Street recorded in January 2020.
There were five reports of anti-social behaviour recorded on or near Exchange Street in January 2020.
There were another five reports of anti-social behaviour on or near Carver Street recorded in January 2020.
There were another four reports of anti-social behaviour on or near Charles Street recorded in January 2020.
There were three counts of anti-social behaviour on or near Pond Street recorded in January 2020.
There were also three reports anti-social behaviour recorded on Rockingham Street in January 2020.
There were another three reports of anti-social behaviour on or near Holly Street in January 2020.