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57 reported crimes in North Mymms in December

16 reports of ‘violence and sexual offences’


Herts police, image courtesy of Hertfordshire Constabulary

The December 2019 crime figures for North Mymms show that 57 incidents were reported during the month, five more than in November.

The most common category of crime was ‘violence and sexual offences’, with 16 incidents being investigated in Brookmans Park, Little Heath, and Welham Green.

According to Hertfordshire police, the category ‘violence and sexual offences’ includes “offences against the person such as common assaults, grievous bodily harm and sexual offences”.

The figures, taken from the Hertfordshire Constabulary database for the Welwyn Hatfield South area, show a total of 229 reported crimes in December compared with 215 the previous month.

The incidents in North Mymms were as follows:

Bell Bar = 3
  • Other theft = 1
  • Violence and sexual offences = 2
Brookmans Park = 25
  • Anti-social behaviour = 1
  • Bicycle theft = 1
  • Burglary = 1
  • Criminal damage and arson = 4
  • Drugs = 1
  • Other theft = 1
  • Robbery = 1
  • Vehicle crime = 10
  • Violence and sexual offences = 5
Little Heath = 4
  • Criminal damage and arson = 1
  • Possession of a weapon = 1
  • Public order = 1
  • Violence and sexual offences = 1
Roestock = 1
  • Anti-social behaviour = 1
Welham Green = 22
  • Anti-social behaviour = 6
  • Burglary = 1
  • Criminal damage and arson = 4
  • Public order = 1
  • Vehicle crime = 2
  • Violence and sexual offences = 8
Waterend = 2
  • Other theft = 2

Hertfordshire Constabulary crime categories


  • Anti-social behaviour: Includes personal, environmental and nuisance anti-social behaviour.
  • Burglary: Includes offences where a person enters a house or other building with the intention of stealing.
  • Criminal damage and arson: Includes damage to buildings and vehicles and deliberate damage by fire.
  • Drugs: Includes offences related to possession, supply and production. 
  • Other crime: Includes forgery, perjury and other miscellaneous crime. 
  • Other theft: Includes theft by an employee, blackmail and making off without payment.
  • Public order: Includes offences which cause fear, alarm or distress. 
  • Robbery: Includes offences where a person uses force or threat of force to steal.
  • Shoplifting: Includes theft from shops or stalls.
  • Theft from the person: Includes crimes that involve theft directly from the victim (including handbag, wallet, cash, mobile phones) but without the use or threat of physical force.
  • Vehicle crime: Includes theft from or of a vehicle or interference with a vehicle. 
  • Violence and sexual offences: Includes offences against the person such as common assaults, grievous bodily harm and sexual offences.

The force has a page where crimes can be reported online.

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North Mymms News started compiling the locally reported crimes in April 2019. Below is a list of the articles created using information from the police database for the Welwyn Hatfield South area of Hertfordshire.




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