Calls for service made to the University Police Department which required a completed incident report, follow-up investigation, or other formal action are entered into our Department's Daily Crime Log. This log is available for public viewing on this web page in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act.)
For details regarding how reports are made, handled, and for the total number of reported incidents in a year, please visit our Annual Security and Fire Safety Report page.
Daily Crime Log case numbers do not run sequentially. The University Police Department assigns a case number for all reportable activities, both criminal and non-criminal. Only case numbers generated for incidents requiring a full incident report, follow-up investigation, or other formal action are listed in the log. Crimes are listed in chronological order by the date on which they were reported to the University Police Department. The most recently reported crimes are at the bottom of the list.
Note: Incidents with a case number that start with "CSA" involve information received from other University Administrators defined by federal law as "campus security authorities." These administrators share with the police department non-identifying information provided by the victim. In these incidents, the victim did not file an official police report and therefore it is not always possible to provide information regarding the date reported, date or time the incident occurred, or location of the incident. Because an official report was not filed there will be no disposition. These incidents are reported to the police department for statistic purposes and are posted to the Daily Crime Log as the information is received by the University Police Department.
Click on the Daily Crime Logs below for the month listed.
According to Federal Law, an institution may withhold any of the required fields of entry (i.e., the classification, date, time, location and/or disposition) if any of the following conditions apply:
The disclosure is prohibited by law
The disclosure would jeopardize the confidentiality of the victim
The disclosure would jeopardize an ongoing criminal investigation or the safety of an individual
The disclosure would cause a suspect to flee or evade detection
The disclosure would result in the destruction of evidence
The following is an explanation of the terminology used to complete the Disposition section of the Daily Crime Log:
Open - This disposition designates a case that is under investigation or has otherwise not been closed or referred to another agency or Department.
Pending - This disposition designates a case that is pending court action or has been referred to another agency or court.
Closed - This disposition designates a case that is no longer under active investigation, has been adjudicated in court, has been referred to another agency, or has reached a point where there is no further action to be taken by the Department, including cases where no further leads are available, or the victim refused to cooperate.
Disciplinary Referral - This disposition designates a case that has been referred to another University Department for action under their own policies and procedures and the University Police Department is no longer the primary acting agency on the case.
Unfounded - This disposition designates a case wherein credible evidence has been discovered which demonstrates the report to be false or baseless. This designation requires positive demonstration of the falseness or lack of base for the report and is not to be utilized in cases where there simply is no evidence to support the crime.