Crime statistics have been revealed for Desborough, Rothwell, Burton Latimer and Barton Seagrave.
The figures, showing crimes in 2016 so far, have been released ahead of a council meeting next Wednesday (July 27).
Rothwell saw the most recorded incidents, with 275 since the start of 2016.
Of these 47 were criminal damage offences, with 15 non-domestic burglaries in the town in June alone.
In Burton Latimer, there have been 211 incidents so far this year.
In March, there were three incidents of rape in the town and one count of drug trafficking.
The most common crime was non-domestic burglary, with 33 between January and June.
In Desborough’s two districts, there was a total of 151 crimes - 86 in the Loatland ward and 65 in the St Giles ward.
The most common crime in the town was criminal damage, with 26 offences.
There have also been three incidents of rape in the town, with one report of possession of an offensive weapon.
Barton Seagrave has seen the least incidents with 100 crimes this year.
The most common crimes were domestic burglary and violence without injury, with 19 counts of each.