Harrogate police

Police say Bilton is accounting for 5% of antisocial behaviour reported across the Harrogate district

9 April 2021

North Yorkshire Police have said that the Bilton area is accounting for 5% of the antisocial behaviour reported across the Harrogate, but is urging people to report any incidents.

A police spokeswoman said:

Over the past 100 days, antisocial behaviour in the Bilton area has accounted for around five percent of all antisocial behaviour reported across the Harrogate district. The majority of these reports are potential breaches of Covid19 regulations.

Any amount of antisocial behaviour ruins the quality of life for local people and can escalate. So it is vitally important that members of the public report incidents to us, so that we aware of them and can take action.

The area has its own beat manager and local police community support officers who carry out regular patrols of the area and also work closely with the local Safer Harrogate community safety partnership.

We urge members of the public to report incidents to us on 101 or 999 in an emergency.


  1. What is the report supposed to convey? Just saying 5% of anti social behaviour occurs in Bilton without comparisons means nothing.

  2. Not sure what the Police statement is saying? Assume other wards in Harrogate have more than 5% of the total amount of the Districts anti social behavior reports?

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