These are the Worthing streets that have seen the most anti-social behaviour

Here are the Worthing streets where Sussex Police recorded the most anti-social behaviour.

Thursday, 21st March 2019, 2:59 pm
Updated Thursday, 21st March 2019, 4:01 pm
Crime stats

The crime data is from the three months to February 2019 (the most recent available) and includes roads within a mile around Worthing town centre. All streets with at least three incidents have been included.

Loosely recorded as 'shopping area' by police, the category actually includes incidents from various locations, mostly in and around South Street
Just off Marine Parade, Augusta Place had 6 recorded incidents of anti-social behaviour
A total of 7 incidents were recorded by officers around Worthing Hospital
Police recorded 15 incidents at Montague Place in the town centre
Police recorded 6 instances of anti-social behaviour in the well-known Montague Street
Not far from Worthing Railway Station, Teville Place also saw 6 incidents
Madeira Avenue is opposite Worthing Hospital
Police recorded 5 instances of anti-social behaviour in or near the underpass by Morrisons
A total of 5 instances of anti-social behaviour were logged by officers near the car park on Marine Parade
Police logged 4 incidents in Angelsea Street
Liverpool Road is in central Worthing, near the Montague Quarter
Market Street is off Chapel Road in the town centre
Alfred Place saw 3 instances of anti-social behaviour in the three months, according to police
Officers recorded 3 incidents in or near the passage behind Lloyds Bank in the town centre
Police logged 3 incidents of anti-social behaviour in Abbotts Close
Police logged 3 incidents in St Matthew's Road, which runs along one side of Victoria Park
Police logged 3 instances of anti-social behaviour in or near the parking area at Splashpoint Leisure Centre