Wokingham Town Centre

Population: 5,963
Policed by: Thames Valley Police
This neighourhood has been discontinued, therefore no monthly crime data is available

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Neighbourhood crime league table

The league table below looks at the total crimes and crime rate for May 2014 that occurred in all neighbourhoods within 5 miles of Wokingham Town Centre and orders them by lowest crime rate first.

1Winnersh (1.84 miles)572.16
2Earley (3.89 miles)652.22
3Woodley (4.51 miles)722.43
4Sandhurst (4.36 miles)562.49
5Fields (4.01 miles)552.64
6Finchampstead (1.59 miles)542.70
7Bracknell Central North (4.18 miles)1073.61
8Crowthorne (3.58 miles)213.86
9Bracknell Central South (3.29 miles)1143.86
10Wokingham Town (0.70 miles)835.78
11Yateley (4.52 miles)1218.06
12Bracknell Town Centre (4.05 miles)3535.00

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