(Of a place) having a high incidence of criminal activity: a crime-ridden neighbourhood
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- Safety campaigners have cleaned up their neighbourhood by closing a network of crime-ridden alleys in York.
- A crime-ridden area of Bradford is to get a £250,000 revamp.
- It reads like the dairy of a former junkie whose crime-ridden ways catch up with him.
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