In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act and the Michael Minger Act, University Police maintains a daily Crime and Fire log. The purpose of the daily Crime and Fire Log is to record all fire, criminal incidents, and alleged criminal incidents that are reported to the University Police Department (NKUPD). Crimes are recorded on the crime log that occur on campus, in or on non-campus buildings or property, on public property within the campus or immediately adjacent to and accessible from campus. The Crime and Fire log reports the following required elements: date crime was reported, date and time crime occurred, nature of the crime, general location of the crime, and disposition of the compliant.
Fire Log incidnets are those that occur in on-campus student housing facilities. Reported fires include fires that were already extinguished as well as those discovered while still burning. They include emergency situations involving fires that necessitated a call to 911 for fire department assistance, as well as minor fires, such as small fires that were easily extinguished without fire department assistance. Fires can be reported by anyone, regardless of the individuals association with the university. Fire incidents on the log reports the following elements: the date the fire was reported, the nature of the fire, the date and time of the fire, and general location of the fire.
The University Police Crime and Fire Log is for the most recent 90-day period and is available for public inspection at 415 Old John's Hill Rd. Any requested portion of the Crime and Fire Log older than 90 days can be made available within two business days.