Stats


* Crimes not reported by hierarchy.

***Includes referrals from both Office of Residence Life and Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practice.

****Effective July 1, 2015 Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013(VAWA) amended the Clery Act to require institutions to compile statistics for incidents of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking and to include certain policies, procedures, and programs pertaining to these incidents in their annual security reports.

***** Combined total forcible rape and fondling

Hate Crimes
Involving crimes or incidents of homicide, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny-theft, simple assault, vandalism, and intimidation against persons characterized as and motivated by the actual or perceived bias, against race, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin, and/or disability.

Geographical Areas:  On Campus, Residential Facilities, Non-Campus and Public Property

2015 – There were no reported bias motivated incidents.

2014– There were no reported bias motivated incidents.

2013 – There were no reported bias motivated incidents.

There were 2 unfounded crimes.  One unfounded sexual assault and one unfounded burglary.

An institution may withhold, or subsequently remove, a reported crime from its crime statistics in the rare situations where sworn or commissioned law enforcement personnel have fully investigated the reported crime and, based on the results of this full investigation and evidence, have made a formal determination that he crime report is false or baseless and therefore “unfounded”. Only sworn or commissioned law enforcement personnel may “unfound” a crime report for purposes of reporting under this section. The recovery of stolen property, the low value of stolen property, the refusal of the victim to cooperate with prosecution, and the failure to make an arrest do not “unfound” a crime report. This requirement began with 2014 statistics.

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