These are the most crime-ridden train stations in Portsmouth area

THE most crime-ridden train stations in our region have been revealed, according to the latest statistics.

Monday, 21st January 2019, 2:08 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 6:13 pm
This is how many crimes were committed at the train stations in our region last year

British Transport Police have released the crime figures for all the stations across the country, including those in the Portsmouth area, for last year. On the whole crimes were down compared with the data from 2017.

The number of crimes committed at Fareham station in 2018 was 83, which was an increase of six on 2017 when 77 were reported. April was the month with the highest number of crimes, with 12 committed then.
The number of crimes committed at Fratton station in 2018 was 63, which was down significantly from the 92 reported in 2017. July was the month with the highest number of crimes, with 14 committed then.

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The number of crimes committed at Havant station in 2018 was 63, which was down from the 75 reported in 2017. October was the month with the highest number of crimes, with nine reported then.
The number of crimes committed at Portsmouth and Southsea station in 2018 was 36, which was a drop of 13 from 2017 when 49 crimes were reported. July was the month with the highest number of crimes, with eight committed then.
The number of crimes committed at Portsmouth Harbour station in 2018 was 23, down from the 32 reported in 2017. June, September and November were the months with the highest number of crimes, with four reported in each month.
The number of crimes committed at Emsworth station in 2018 was 19, which was eight less than the 27 reported in 2017. May was the month with the highest number of crimes, with four reported then.
The number of crimes committed at Swanwick station in 2018 was 15, which more than half of the 33 reported in 2017. August was the month with the highest number of crimes, with three reported then.
The number of crimes committed at Cosham station in 2018 was 10, which was a steep drop from the 29 reported in 2017. January and August were the months with the highest number of crimes, with three reported in each month.
The number of crimes committed at Bedhampton station in 2018 was eight, which was double the total from 2017 when four were reported. August was the month with the highest number of crimes, with two committed then.
The number of crimes committed at Southbourne station in 2018 was eight, which was more than double the three reported in 2017. February was the month with the highest number of crimes, with two reported then.
The number of crimes committed at Hilsea station in 2018 was six, which was the same as in 2017. January was the month with the highest number of crimes, with two committed then.
The number of crimes committed at Portchester station in 2018 was five, which was down from the nine reported in 2017. With one crime reported in each of March, July, September, October and November.
The number of crimes committed at Rowlands Castle station in 2018 was two, which was slightly down from the three reported in 2017. November was the only month when crimes were reported, with two.
The number of crimes committed at Hedge End station in 2018 was one, which was down from the four crimes reported in 2017. February was the only month when a crime was reported.
The number of crimes committed at Nutbourne station in 2018 was one, which was down from the two crimes reported in 2017. November was the only month when a crime was reported.
The number of crimes committed at Botley station in 2018 was 0, which was down from 2017 when one was reported.
The number of crimes committed at Burlesdon station in 2018 was 0, which was down from 2017 when one was reported.
The number of crimes committed at Warblington station in 2018 was 0, which was down from 2017 when one was reported.