Crimes included on the crime log are those that occurred on campus, in or on noncampus buildings or property, public property within the campus or immediately adjacent and accessible from the campus, and reports of crimes that occurred within James Madison University Police Department patrol jurisdiction.

Our institution is not required to update the disposition of a crime log entry if the disposition changes after 60 days have passed.

Information may be temporarily withheld if there is clear and convincing evidence that the release of the information would jeopardize an ongoing investigation, jeopardize the safety of an individual, cause a suspect to flee or evade detection, or result in the destruction of evidence.

Additionally, A CSA Report is not a report to the police department. CSA reports are documented incidents of Clery crimes occurring on Clery geography that were reported to a CSA in order to track crime statistics and provide safety information to the community. Since these reports are not official reports to campus police, JMU PD is unable to conduct an investigation. The Clery Coordinator typically has limited information on these incidents. For information on what constitutes a CSA, please see the Clery FAQ tab. The Daily Crime Log at James Madison University contains entries of crimes or alleged crimes and some suspicious circumstances that have been reported directly to the JMU Police Department including crimes or alleged crimes that occur on the core campus as well as the City of Harrisonburg in the extended patrol jurisdiction. It also lists information regarding crimes or alleged crimes that the JMU Police Department has been made aware of through other sources including police agencies, Title IX, the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practice, the Office of Residence Life, third-party reports, Silent Witness, outside police agencies and other Campus Security Authorities.

 2023 Daily Police Crime Log

2022 Daily Police Crime Log

2021 Daily Police Crime Log 

2020 Daily Police Crime Log     

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