Hundreds of violent and sexual offences were reported to police in Gedling borough in April.
Each month Gedling Eye will chart every crime in the borough on an interactive map for readers to stay on top of what is happening and where.
The map can be found below.
This month, our map reveals the location of every crime reported to Nottinghamshire Police in April 2022 (the latest available full month of data).
The map shows location, type of offence, and outcome or current status of the police investigation.
Readers can use the online tool to see what happened near their homes, schools and places of work and build an understanding of the county’s crime hotspots.
By far the greatest number of reported offences were violent and sexual offences, with a total of 199 such offences reported in the borough
This was followed by anti-social behaviour with 192 reports, criminal damage with 63 reports, vehicle crime with 56 reports, shoplifting with 50 reports, burglary with 18 reports and drugs with 8 reports.
The least reported crimes were bike thefts (two), and possession of weapons (eight)