Halifax Metro Crime Stats 2002 Halifax Metro crime stats YTD for Jan 1Apr 5, 2004 Taken from Daily News April12, 2004 ( Note Only covers areas serviced by Halifax Regional weapons Calls. http://www.sandyhines.com/crime.htm
Extractions: Calls 21-Bedford 16-Clayton Park 18-Spryfield 15-Halifax Fairview/Clayton Park 14-Halifax Connaught-Quinpool 17-Halifax Purcell's Cove-Armdale 12-Halifax Downtown 13-Halifax South End 11-Halifax North End 10-Dartmouth Center 6-Dartmouth-Westphal 8-Dartmouth-Woodside 9-Dartmouth-Albro Lake 7-Dartmouth-Woodlawn
Annual Security Report weapons. These facilities are primarily used by the general public, however, theyare simultaneously used by TAMUCC. crime stats 2002. Offense. On Campus. http://www.tamucc.edu/~police/UPD/statis.htm
Extractions: 2002 Annual Security Report Summary Note* The term "off campus building/property" refers to any area where the University sponsors programs. The following properties are included in this report: Memorial Coliseum 402 S. Shoreline C.C. TX, Art Museum of South Texas 1902 N. Shoreline C.C. TX, Antonio E. Garcia Art Education Center 2021 Agnes C.C. TX. The term "public property" refers to any thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities that are within the campus or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The following location was used in preparing data for this report: 6300 -6515 Ocean Dr. Campus Law Enforcement The campus community is encouraged to report all criminal activity in a timely manner to the University Police Department at ext. 4444 or from off campus (361) 825-4444. Reporting an Emergency or Crime Call the University Police Department (UPD) at ext. 4444 or go to the UPD in person.
Extractions: The '96-'97 stats that were be reported by Sacramento PD to California Department of Justice will be presented the way we've shown them above. The percent change is a formula that looks at last year's number and the difference between this year's number. The percent of change results. Year end number are always about six months behind at California DOJ and a year to eighteen months at US DOJ. These are SPD Crime Analysis figures - Rate change is based on DOJ formulas. Community Watch Central - Police District 12 District 12 (13th to 25th - B to N Streets)
Extractions: Crime Statistics for 2000 All On-Campus Property Reported to Campus Public Safety or Local Law Enforcement Reported to Other Authorities TOTALS Homicide (Total) Non-Negligent Manslaughter Negligent Manslaughter Robbery (Total) By Acquaintance By Stranger Aggravated Assault (Total) By Acquaintance By Stranger Motor Vehicle Theft (Total) Arson (Total) Burglary (Total) With Forced Entry Without Forced Entry Sex Offenses, Forcible
Extractions: Crime Statistics for 2001 All On-Campus Property Reported to Campus Public Safety or Local Law Enforcement Reported to Other Authorities TOTALS Homicide (Total) Non-Negligent Manslaughter Negligent Manslaughter Robbery (Total) By Acquaintance By Stranger Aggravated Assault (Total) By Acquaintance By Stranger Motor Vehicle Theft (Total) Arson (Total) Burglary (Total) With Forced Entry Without Forced Entry Sex Offenses, Forcible
Crime Stats/Dateline UC Davis/09-22-00 Fiftytwo arrests were made for drug, alcohol and weapons violations on or near werereported to non-police campus officials and not verified as crimes by the http://www-dateline.ucdavis.edu/092200/DL_crime.html
Extractions: UC Davis is publishing an expanded report of crime statistics, including for the first time crimes from a wider geographical area and incidents reported by more campus officials. The report has been prepared in accordance with new amendments to the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The report indicates there were eight serious crimes against persons on or near the main campus and 14 at or near the medical center in Sacramento. In addition, 84 crimes against property occurred on or near the main campus and 33 at or near the medical center. Fifty-two arrests were made for drug, alcohol and weapons violations on or near the main campus and 83 at or near the medical center. At or near the main campus, 13 additional incidents were reported to non-police campus officials and not verified as crimes by the UC Davis police department The figures include statistics provided by not only the UC Davis Police Department, but also the cities of Davis and Sacramento police departments. and released each spring.
Melbourne Village Police Department - Crime Stats , Mar. 03. Mar. 04. 2003.2004. Drug Related, 4. 0. 8. 1. DUI, 2. 0. 6. 2. weapons, 0. 0. 0. 0. CriminalMischief, 0. 0. 0. 0. crime stats. March 2004, Year to Date, http://www.law-enforcement.org/mvpd/crime-stats.html
Extractions: Home Contact Us Melbourne Village Police Department What's New Awards Careers Chief's Message ... Seat Belts Programs Geonotify Project ChildSafe Project Lifesaver Service Survey ... Vial of Life Public Information Articles Bike Safety Domestic Violence Donations ... Volunteers Crime Stats March 2004 Year to Date Description Mar. 03 Mar. 04 Complaint Reports In-House Reports Miles Patrolled Bike Patrol Assist Motorists Assist Other Agencies Traffic: Traffic Crashes Traffic Citations Parking Citations Warnings Fires Medical Calls Alarms Code Violations Arrest: Adults Juveniles Open Doors Burglaries Auto Theft 1 Rec.
BCC 2001 Crime Stats Clery Act. TOTAL CRIMES REPORTED FOR Pemberton, Mt. Laurel, JFK. weapons Violations,0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0. stats as of April 1, 2002 Return to the Security HomePage. http://staff.bcc.edu/security/crimstats.htm
Extractions: TOTAL CRIMES REPORTED FOR: Pemberton Mt. Laurel JFK Offense Type (Includes attempts) Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter Sex Offenses (Forcible) Sex Offenses (Non-Forcible) Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Auto Theft Manslaughter Arson Drug Law Violations Arrest Referral Liquor Law Violations Arrest Referral Weapons Violations A student was observed on Campus with a b-b gun, the weapon was released to Pemberton Police Hate/Bias Incident Larceny Theft On Campus: During calendar year 2001 (11) Eleven reports of larceny theft were reported, these thefts include theft of students books left unattended. SAFETY ALERT: KEEP YOUR BOOKS WITHIN YOUR SIGHT AT ALL TIMES!
MSU Police Department Current Stats 33. 0. N/A. 9. weapons Laws, 0. 0. N/A. 0. Locations for Reportable Offenses. Allegedcrime. Campus. Noncampus. Public. Campus Residence. Hate crime. Aggravated Assault,1. 0, http://www.montana.edu/wwwmsupd/current.shtml
Extractions: Under the Cleary Act, Montana Sate University-Bozeman is required to report annual crime statistics showing reported occurrences of specific types of crime for the benefit of current/prospective students and employees. Campus Crime Report Offense Murder Sex Offense (Forcible) Sex Offense (Non-forcible) Manslaughter Aggravated Assault Robbery Burglary Arson Motor Vehicle Theft Hate Crimes The legal definition of arson is an unwillful or malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling house, public building, motor vehicle, aircraft, or personal property of another. The majority of arson incidents reported for 2003 occurred in the residence halls and involved the burning of wall posters or singeing doors. None of these incidents resulted in the activation of the fire protection systems, i.e., smoke detectors or sprinklers. Residence Liquor Laws N/A Drug Abuse Laws N/A Weapons Laws N/A NOTE: Arrest data includes those incidents in which a person was given a citation to appear before the Justice of the Peace in lieu of physical arrests and/or arrests made. Liquor law violations do not include arrests for Driving Under the Influence (DUI). Liquor law violations do include arrests made where the offender was charged for Minor in Possession of Alcohol and in physical control of a motor vehicle.
Understanding Crime Stats Group A, NonIndex Crimes Include simple assault (intimidation/threats,.stalking possession. of stolen property, vandalism, weapons offenses,. http://www.villagebeverlyhills.com/police/AR1999/AR1999-7.htm
Extractions: Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety 1999 Annual Report (continued) NEXT ANNUAL REPORT PAGE ANNUAL REPORT INDEX HOME UNDERSTANDING CRIME STATISTICS What is Group B? What are fire incidents classed as? These might be common questions for a reader of this report. Here is a little insight into the classification of crimes, Group A, Index Crimes: Include violent crime (murder and non-negligent homicide, forcible sexual offenses, robbery and aggravated assault) and property crime (burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft and arson). Group A, Non-Index Crimes: Include simple assault (intimidation/threats, stalking, domestic violence), kidnapping, forgery and counterfeiting, fraud, embezzlement, possession of stolen property, vandalism, weapons offenses, certain non-forcible sex offenses (including prostitution), narcotics and gambling. Group B: Bad checks, certain non-forcible sexual offenses including indecent exposure, child neglect, operating under the influence of liquor or narcotics, liquor law violations, obstruct/resist police, disorderly conduct and vagrancy and a host of other occurrences including trespassing
Extractions: ANONYMOUS TIP LINE 508-854-7550 Comprehensive Report on Criminal Offenses QCC MAIN CAMPUS PROPERTY Calendar Year Signifies Reported, Not Confirmed Homicide Sexual assault/rape Robbery Aggravated assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Crimes of Prejudice n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Arson n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a ARRESTS Alcohol Violations Drug Violations Weapons Violations N/A - Signifies statistical data not required to report during specified year. * Signifies reporting became effective 10/98 through calendar year ending 12/98 visitors since 7/20/00
Crime Stats For University Of Houston - Clear Lake weapons Law Violations, Association of Colleges and Universities Business Officers)clarification/definition of Public Property, UHCL crime stats have been http://prd1.prtl.uhcl.edu:7777/pls/portal/docs/page/pol/police_images/stats.html
Extractions: Police Department upon request.) This chart includes offenses that were reported to the UHCL Police Department, and the Houston Police. These offenses are compiled using the Uniform Crime Reporting procedures in accordance with the provisions of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus building or property owned or controlled by UHCL; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and other matters. Total Crimes Reported For: Crimes on Campus or
Western Carolina University Police Referrals involve knives, clubs, and other weapons that are usually less dangerous.8. into a building or a room with the intent to commit a crime (usually theft http://police.wcu.edu/stats.htm
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MCDL Statistics And Facts the Florida Concealed weapons Statistical Report from the Florida Departmentof State, updated monthly. crime and Justice in the United States and England http://www.mcdl.org/stats.htm
Extractions: MARYLAND 1975-1998 UNIFORM CRIME REPORT (UCR) DATA BY STATE TOTAL AND COUNTY TOTALS [large ~ 3,618k] Source: Maryland State Police Central Records, Uniform Crime Report (UCR) Section, paper copy, 410-298-3883. earlier this year, some of the 1975-1997 crime data was put into an Excel spreadsheet, by an MCDL member with a Ph.D. in Mathematics. We have posted the analysis in MDINFO - Maryland and local crime . It is currently being re-analyzed with the 1998 data. We will post it when completed. MARYLAND 1989-1998 OFFENSES BY FIREARM BY STATE TOTAL AND COUNTY TOTALS ~ 595k] - - this data was not collected until 1989. Source: Maryland State Police Central Records, Uniform Crime Report (UCR) Section, paper copy, 410-298-3883. MARYLAND 1997 UNIFORM CRIME REPORT (UCR) COUNTY CRIME INDEX TRENDS HTM Maryland Handgun Permit Law Annotated Code of Maryland Article 27 Section 36E HTM ~ 16k] - - Maryland's "needs" based "may" handgun permit system is strictly enforced by the Governor's politically appointed Secretary of the Maryland State Police. Currently, Maryland has about 25,000 permit holders. A majority of America uses a "shall" issue permit system or "no" permit for law-abiding citizens. As examples, look at Maryland's neighbors Virginia (~67,000 permit holders), and Pennsylvania.
Extractions: Illinois Wesleyan University's Annual Security Report Campus safety and security at Illinois Wesleyan University is a shared responsibility. Clearly, the best protection against campus crime is an aware, informed, alert campus communitystudents, faculty and staff who use reason and caution. The vast majority of our students, faculty, staff and visitors do not experience crime at Illinois Wesleyan University. However, crime sometimes occurs despite our best efforts and yours. This information is provided because of our commitment to campus safety and security and in compliance with the Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act. Illinois Wesleyan University strongly encourages faculty, staff, students, and visitors to immediately report criminal activity, suspected criminal activity, and/or emergency situations to the Security Department. Security personnel are on duty 24 hours a day and can be reached by dialing 556-1111 or on any campus phone. An incident report can also be made in person at the Security Office, 110 E. Graham St. All reports will be dealt with in a timely manner utilizing all the resources at our command to resolve the situation in question. Emergency phones are located throughout campus. The university has strategically placed
Extractions: The West Valley-Mission College District Police submits monthly crime statistics to the Department of Justice. The following tables represent the number of crimes reported for the years 2001 through 2003. Violent Crime Crime Mission West Valley District Mission West Valley District Mission West Valley District Homicide Manslaughter Forcible Sex Offenses Non-Forcible Sex Offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Arson Property Crime Burglary Theft/Larceny Auto Theft/Attempts Vandalism Other Crimes Weapons Drug Abuse Violations Alcohol Violations D.U.I. Hate Crime Includes rapes, sodomy and sexual assault.
ESU Police Clery Act And Crime Stats Hunting enthusiasts and persons with concealed weapons permits, may store firearmswith the University Police during Educational Programs and crime Prevention. http://www2.esu.edu/servlet/RetrievePage?site=esu&page=up_cleryact
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Local Crime Statistics (crime stats for 2002 have been requested from the towns of Orono and Old Town. 2001crime Statistics. Part 1 Offenses 2001, ORONO. weapons Violations, 0, 1. http://www.umaine.edu/security/local.htm
Extractions: Local Area: 1999 - 2001 Crime Statistics (Crime Stats for 2002 have been requested from the towns of Orono and Old Town. Information will be updated upon receipt of this information. Questions can be forwarded to Sergeant Chris Gardner The statistics supplied by both local police agencies are only contiguous public property adjacent to the University of Maine. That includes all public property, including thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities, that is within the campus or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. This is not the crime statistics for the entire City or Town. Those areas which are marked by * were not supplied by that Department upon written request. 2001 Crime Statistics Part 1 Offenses - 2001 ORONO OLD TOWN Murder Arson Sexual Offenses: Rape All other offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Simple Assault Hate/Bias Incients Part II Offenses - 2001 ORONO OLD TOWN Liquor Law Violations Drug Law Weapons Violations 2000 Crime Statistics Part I Offenses - 2000 ORONO OLD TOWN Murder Arson Sexual Offenses: Rape All other offenses Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Simple Assault Hate/Bias Incidents Part II Offenses - 2000 ORONO OLD TOWN Liquor Law Violations Drug Law Violations Weapons Violations
Frontline: Hot Guns: Gun Stats & Facts | PBS (Source FBI Uniform crime Reports, 1995, pg. 274). Percent increasein juveniles arrested for weapons violations from 85 94 113. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/guns/more/facts.html
Extractions: Number of guns federal firearms licensees have reported as lost, stolen or missing since Sept. 13, 1994 when the Clinton Crime Bill made reporting a requirement: Percentage decrease in federal firearms licensees since 1993: Number of federal firearms licensees in the US: Number of ATF agents to regulate them: Number of trace requests responded to by the ATF in 1996: Number of ATF employees who work on trace requests: (Source: ATF: Gun Dealer Licensing and Illegal Gun Trafficking , Jan.,1997)