Burglary rates in areas in Leeds.
West Yorkshire Police shares its advice for making your home safe during the winter.
Keeping your house well lit, particularly if you're late back from work, is the force's number one tip - it recommends using timer lights to make your house look lived in.
Remembering to lock doors and windows, keeping valuables out of sight, planting hardy bushes and checking your doors meet minimum security standards could also help to keep burglars at bay.
West Yorkshire Police data, made available on observatory.leeds.gov.uk, shows which Leeds neighbourhoods are burglary hotspots.
There were 5,115 burglaries recorded across Leeds between August 2020 and September 2021, the latest available figures from West Yorkshire Police.
Here we reveal the 13 Leeds areas which recorded the most offences.
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1. Leeds city centre
There were 262 burglaries in Leeds city centre
There were 103 burglaries in Harehills
3. Gipton South
There were 94 burglaries in Gipton South
There were 94 burglaries in Holbeck
5. Headingley Central
There were 94 burglaries in Headingley Central
6. Cross Green, East End Park and Richmond Hill
There were 83 burglaries in Cross Green, East End Park and Richmond Hill
7. Hyde Park, South Headingley and Woodhouse
There were 83 burglaries in Hyde Park, South Headingley and Woodhouse
8. Hyde Park and Burley
There were 83 burglaries in Hyde Park and Burley
9. Upper Armley
There were 79 burglaries in Upper Armley
10. Hunslet Green, Stourton, Thwaite Gate
There were 78 burglaries in Hunslet Green, Stourton, Thwaite Gate
11. Little London and Sheepscar
There were 77 burglaries in Little London and Sheepscar
12. Armley and New Wortley
There were 76 burglaries in Armley and New Wortley
13. Gamble Hill and Moorside
There were 74 burglaries in Gamble Hill and Moorside