Crime Statistics

Salisbury University Crime Statistics

This report contains statistics for the previous three calendar years regarding crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the university and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible to the campus.

Salisbury University Clery Act Statistics
Crime Report

Salisbury University Clery Act Statistics
Crime Reports
Offense Location 2015 2016 2017
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
Rape1 On Campus 6 6 2
Residence Halls* 6 6 2
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
Fondling1 On Campus 4 2 3
Residence Halls* 3 1 2
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 1 0
Incest1 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
Statutory Rape1 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 0 1 1
Residence Halls* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 1 0
Aggravated Assault On Campus 2 0 5
Residence Halls* 2 0 2
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 1 0 0
Burglary On Campus 3 4 4
Residence Halls* 0 3 2
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
Motor Vehicle Theft On Campus 1 1 0
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
Domestic Violence On Campus 1 2 0
Residence Halls* 0 2 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
Dating Violence On Campus 3 5 7
Residence Halls* 3 5 5
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
Stalking On Campus 1 3 4
Residence Halls* 0 0 2
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 2
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
Hate Crimes2 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
Alcohol, Drug, and Weapons Violations
Arrests Location 2015 2016 2017
Liquor Law Arrests 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
Drug Law Arrests3 On Campus 0 6 0
Residence Halls* 0 5 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
Illegal Weapons Possessions On Campus 0 1 0
Residence Halls* 0 0 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 1
University Judicial System Referrals4
Referrals Location 2015 2016 2017
Liquor Law Violations On Campus 289 232 173
Residence Halls* 276 220 148
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 2 16 18
Drug Law Violations3 On Campus 0 4 0
Residence Halls* 0 4 0
Non-Campus Buildings/Properties 0 0 0
Public Property Next to Campus 0 0 0
Illegal Weapons Possessions 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

Unfounded Crimes
2017: One unfounded crime.
2016: Two unfounded crimes
2015: One unfounded crime

*Crimes reported in residence halls are included in "on campus" totals.

Footnotes:

  1. The statistical categories for sex offenses have changed. Sexual offenses are now categorized as rape (includes sodomy and sexual assault with an object), fondling, incest and statutory rape.
  2. Hate crimes are crimes that manifest evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the victim’s actual or perceived Race (RA), Religion (RE), Sexual Orientation (SO), Gender (G), Ethnicity (E), National Origin (NO), Gender Identity (GI) 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..
  3. Note: The Maryland General Assembly passed Senate bill 364 reclassified the use or possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana to a civil offense and is no longer reportable under Clery. The decriminalization law took effect October 1, 2014.
  4. Individuals not arrested but referred for possible campus disciplinary action.