It's Friday - and the last day of the Herald's Counting Crime series.
Official police figures crunched by our award-winning data journalism team have been used to create an interactive map which provides a breakdown - to street level - of almost every crime committed in New Zealand. You can find out what's happening in your neighbourhood - right down to the hour.
Each day in the series we looked at a different category of crime and examined the numbers and the people affected the most.
Today we look at which suburbs have the most reported crime across the country.
We also reveal some of the stories and experiences you have shared with us throughout the week.
Read more stories from the series here:
• Counting Crime: The Rotorua pensioner who was burgled four times in 10 days
• Burgled in 30 minutes in Orakei: 'they crawled around the house on their bellies'
• Counting Crime: More burglaries in Hastings than in Wellington
• Counting Crime: One in three Kiwis experience burglary
• Counting Crime: Burglaries in New Zealand - where, when and how
• Counting Crime: NZ's CBDs our most dangerous places
• Counting Crime: 'His life has been erased'
• Counting Crime: Our country's violence fuelled by liquor
• Smash and grab victim: 'Just don't leave stuff in your car'
• Car stolen by brazen thieves as couple slept 5m away
• An in-depth look at offending and victims in New Zealand
• Thefts from cars - when, why, how and who
• Retailers in harm's way
• Retail thefts cost country $1.2b
• Small business owner more vigilant