The number of stalking and harassment cases recorded by police across Yorkshire and the Humber has increased by 15% in one year, according to new figures.
There were 85,552 reports in the year to September, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics.
North Yorkshire recorded the highest percentage increase - with 26% more cases than the previous 12-month period.
Overall, crime in Yorkshire and the Humber, excluding fraud, has fallen by 2%, during a period which included national coronavirus lockdowns.
However, there were increases across the region in public order offences, drug-related crimes and the possession of weapons.
In West Yorkshire, there was a significant drop in the number of house burglaries recorded - down 27% in a year to 9,536 cases.
West Yorkshire Chief Constable John Robins said: “I am pleased with the continued long-term reduction in crime, particularly acquisitive crimes, offences such as burglary, robbery and vehicle crime.
“Our officers, staff and volunteers work around the clock to provide the best possible service they can to our local communities."