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Daily Crime and Fire Log

The University Police Department publishes a daily crime log as required by Federal Law. The Log is available to the public in printed form during business hours at Parking Services. It is available 24/7 via this website. By clicking on the link below, you will be taken to a PDF document that is easily printed. For further information or questions relating to the Daily Crime Log, please contact UPD at 806-651-2365. Thanks for taking the time to visit our web page.

Daily Crime and Fire Log in PDF Format

Glossary For Daily Crime and Fire Log

        Nature of the Crime Abbreviations

            OAC – Outside Agency, Canyon PD

            OAR – Outside Agency, Randall County SO

            OAD – Outside Agency, Texas DPS

            OAA – Outside Agency, Amarillo PD

            MOI – Miscellaneous Officers Information

            MIP – Alcohol Minor in Possession

            MIC – Alcohol Minor in Consumption

            DUI – Driving Under the Influence

            DWLI – Driving While License Invalid

            DWI – Driving While Intoxicated

            POM – Possession of Marijuana

            PODP – Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

            PI – Public Intoxication

            CS - Controlled Substance

 

 

         General Location

            Zone ## - Parking Lots on campus

            JBK – Jack B. Kelley Student Center

            HELC – Hastings Electronic Learning Center

            VHAC- Virgil Henson Activities Center

            ANS – Agriculture and Natural Sciences Building

            FUBC – First United Bank Center

            CRC – Classroom Center

            NET/ECS – New Engineering and Technology and Computer Science Bldg

            BNLC – Bivins Nursing Learning Center

            MMNH – Mary Moody Northen Hall

            FAC – Fine Arts Complex

 

         Disposition

             Cleared By Arrest – Arrested, Citation Issued, Turned over to court for prosecution

            Active – Ongoing Investigation

            Administratively Cleared – Non-criminal reports, Outside Agency Assists

            Exceptionally Cleared – Elements beyond law enforcement’s control to arrest or charge offender

            OAA – Outside Agency Assist

            Unfounded – Crime did not occur

            Inactive – Lack of information to continue investigation