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Crime Statistics

Salisbury University Crime Statistics

This report contains statistics for the previous three calendar years. The statistics have been compiled from data collected from Salisbury University Police, Student Affairs, Housing and Residence Life, Salisbury Police Department, Maryland State Police, Wicomico County Sherriff’s Office, and designated campus officials at Cecil Community College in Elkton, Maryland; the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills, Maryland; and the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown in Hagerstown, Maryland.

SALISBURY UNIVERSITY CLERY ACT STATISTICS

CRIME REPORTS
OFFENSE LOCATION 2008 2009 2010
 Murder/Non-Negligent Manslaughter On Campus 0 0 0
Residence Halls* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
 Negligent Manslaughter On Campus 0 0 0
Residence Halls* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
 Sex Offense: Forcible On Campus 2 2 6
Residence Halls* 2 0 2
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
 Sex Offense: Non-Forcible On Campus 0 0 0
Residence Halls* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
 Robbery On Campus 2 3 1
Residence Halls* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 1 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 1 3 2
 Aggravated Assault On Campus 3 7 4
Residence Halls* 0 3 1
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 1 0 0
 Burglary On Campus 24 23 8
Residence Halls* 17 7 12
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 2 1 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
 Motor Vehicle Theft On Campus 2 0 3
Residence Halls* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
 Arson On Campus 0 0 0
Residence Halls* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
*Crimes reported in residence halls are included in “on campus” totals.
  
HATE CRIMES
OFFENSE LOCATION 2008 2009 2010
 Hate Crimes1 On Campus 0 0 3
Residence Halls* 0 0 1
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
*Crimes reported in residence halls are included in “on campus” totals.
Footnote:
1Hate crimes are crimes that manifest evidence that the victim was intentionally selected
because of the victim’s actual or received Race (RA), Religion (RE), Sexual Orientation (SO),
Gender (G), Ethnicity (E), or Disability (D). Reportable hate offense crime categories include
all of the aforementioned crime offenses as well as larceny/theft, simple assault, intimidation
and vandalism/malicious destruction of property.
Hate Crimes:
2010: 1 vandalism on campus in a residence hall involving bias against religion
2010: 1 aggravated assault w/bodily injury on campus involving bias against ethnicity
2010: 1 vandalism on campus involving bias against race
 
ALCOHOL, DRUG, AND WEAPONS VIOLATIONS
Number of People Charged Criminally  Location  2008  2009  2010
 Liquor Law Arrests On Campus 23 45 43
Residence Hall* 15 38 33
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 12 21 15
 Drug Law Arrests On Campus 5 10 3
Residence Hall* 5 8 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 1 3 8
 Illegal Weapons Possessions On Campus 0 0 0
Residence Hall* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0  
Public Property Next to Campus 0 1 0
Number of People Referred to University Judicial System  Location  2008  2009 2010
 Liquor Law Violations On Campus 278 127 180
Residence Hall* 272 120 176
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
 Drug Law Violations On Campus 21 7 4
Residence Hall* 16 7 3
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
 Illegal Weapons Possessions On Campus 0 0 0
Residence Hall* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
*Crimes reported in residence halls are included in “on campus” totals.
Footnote:
1Totals were over reported in the previous annual security report. Previously reported totals included violations of University’s code of conduct not required by law.