Daily Crime Log 2017
The daily crime log is not a general, catch-all incident log. Its purpose is for recording alleged criminal incidents that are reported to the campus police department. For example, if a student reports losing his or her wallet in the parking lot behind a dorm, it is not a criminal incident, and there is no requirement to record it in the log. However, if a student reports that his or her wallet was stolen from the student’s dorm room, this is a criminal incident and our institution is required to record it in the log. Specific traffic violations to include, should they be reported, are driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI), hit-and-run (of a person), and vehicular manslaughter. Violations not considered to be “crimes” (i.e., citations for moving violations) are not required to be recorded.
This web version of the Daily Crime Log is provided as an alternative access for viewing of the Daily Crime Log. By requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, any crimes that must be reported on the Daily Crime Log, must be posted to the Crime Log within 2 business days. The Clery Act does not mandate that the Daily Crime Log be available online. This web version is updated on a regular basis, but at times may not meet the requirements set by the Clery Act. The hard copy of the Daily Crime Log is located in the MWSU Police Department office Blum Union 201, and does meet all of the regulations set by the Clery Act.