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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 - June 2016

Daily Crime and Fire Log - May 2016

Daily Crime and Fire Log - April 2016

Daily Crime and Fire Log - March 2016

 

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