AS the nation eased out of lockdown, find out which crimes and streets were the worst.

All of the crimes reported in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole this April have been revealed by Dorset Police.

According to the most recent data there were a total of 3,836 crimes reported in BCP during April 2021.

This crime map shows you what crimes were reported on every street along with each outcome. 

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The data includes Bournemouth town centre, Boscombe, Southbourne, Christchurch, Sandbanks, Parkstone, Poole and Westbourne. 

Simply type your address in to this map to see what crime were reported on your road: 

The most reported crime by a long way was anti-social behaviour which saw 1,369 reports across BCP in April.

Additionally, violence and sexual offence had the second-highest recorded rate with a staggering 1,071.

On April 12 the government eased lockdown restrictions considerably. 

The new restrictions in April allowed people to mix in groups of up to six from multiple households outdoors and hospitality venues were allowed to reopen outside.

The third highest reported crime was criminal damage and arson that had 293 reports. 

This means that there is a difference of around 800 reports between the third and second most reported crimes.

Public order (186) and other theft (205) also topped the list. 

According to the data there were 162 reports of burglary, which is defined as illegal entry into a home with intent to commit a crime, usually theft. 

Possession of weapons (12), theft from a person (16) and other crime (15) where the lowest reported crimes in April. 

Have you noticed a change in reported crimes in Bournemouth? Let us know in the comments.