In keeping with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and the Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, the University of Toledo Police Department publishes crime statistics every year. The annual report is a summation of the crime statistics for the past three years and also includes the required Fire Safety Report.
The report is broken down into three sections, Campus, Non-Campus, and Public Property.
The Campus section - crimes that occurred on the Main, Health Science, or Scott Park campuses - has been broken down into four sub-categories: Main (Bancroft) Campus, Health Science Campus, Scott Park Campus, and Residence Halls.
The Non-Campus category encompasses all crimes that occurred at off-campus fraternity and sorority housing and apartments being leased by the University, as well as incidents at the Lake Erie Research Center, Stranahan Arboretum, and the University's remote classrooms at the Toledo Museum of Art.
Crimes reported to UT Police or the City of Toledo Police Department that occurred off campus, but on property immediately adjacent to the Bancroft or Scott Park campuses are listed in the Public Property section.
Also listed on the report are the number of cases referred by UT Police to the University's Office of Student Conduct.
Current and past reports are available online. You must have Acrobat Reader to view the reports, which are in Portable Data Format (PDF). Download your free copy at the Adobe site.
Click here to view the reports.