Campus Crime Statistics

The University Police Department submits monthly crime reports to the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services through the Office of University Police. This data is then submitted to the United States Department of Justice for the Uniform Crime Report, published annually by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

 

The following statistics reflect the number of on-campus offenses reported to College officials according to the reporting periods required by the Title II Crime Awareness and Security Act. The definitions for these offenses can be found in the Uniform Crime Report.

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0 0

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

3 1 1

d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (incest and statutory rape only)

0 0 0

e. Robbery

0 0   0

f.  Aggravated assault

4 0 0

g. Burglary

21 13 13

h. Motor vehicle theft

0
i.  Arson 0 0

 

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0 0 0

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0 0

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

3 1 1

d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (incest and statutory rape only)

0 0 0

e. Robbery

0 0 0

f.  Aggravated assault

3 0 0

g. Burglary

20 5 8

h. Motor vehicle theft

0 0 0

i.  Arson

0 0 0

 

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0

b. Negligent manslaughter

0

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0

d. Sex offenses - Non-Forcible (incest and statutory rape only)

0

e. Robbery

0

f.  Aggravated assault

0

g. Burglary

0

h. Motor vehicle theft

0

i.  Arson

0

 

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0

b. Negligent manslaughter

0

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0

d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (incest and statutory rape only)

0

e. Robbery

0

f.  Aggravated assault

0

g. Burglary

0

h. Motor vehicle theft

0

i.  Arson

0
 
Hate Offenses
The following hate offenses manifest evidence of prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, disability or ethnicity/national origin.
 

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0 0

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0 0

d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (incest and statutory rape only)

0 0

e. Robbery

0 0

f.  Aggravated assault

0 0

g. Burglary

0 0

h. Motor vehicle theft

0 0

i.  Arson

0 0

j.  Any other crime involving bodily injury

0 0

k. Larceny-theft

- - 0

l. Simple Assault

- - 0

m. Intimidation

- - 0

n. Destruction, Damage, or Vandalism to Property

- - 3

All bias incidents involved graffiti - one (sexual orientation)
targeted an employee, two (race) targeted groups. No
perpetrators were identified.

     

 

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0 0

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0 0

d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (incest and statutory rape only)

0 0

e. Robbery

0 0

f.  Aggravated assault

0 0

g. Burglary

0 0

h. Motor vehicle theft

0 0

i.  Arson

0 0

j.  Any other crime involving bodily injury

0 0

k. Larceny - theft

- - 0

l. Simple Assault

- - 0

m. Intimidation

- - 0

n. Destruction, Damage, or Vandalism to Property

- - 1

This bias incident involved graffiti in a public area - a group
(racial) was targeted, no perpetrator was identified.

     

 

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0 0

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0 0

d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible(incest and statutory rape only)

0 0

e. Robbery

0 0

f.  Aggravated assault

0 0

g. Burglary

0 0

h. Motor vehicle theft

0 0

i.  Arson

0 0

j.  Any other crime involving bodily injury

0 0

k. Larceny - theft

- - 0

l. Simple Assault

- - 0

m. Intimidation

- - 0

n. Destruction, Damage, or Vandalism to Property

- - 0

 

a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter

0 0

b. Negligent manslaughter

0 0

c. Sex offenses - Forcible

0 0

d. Sex offenses - Non-forcible (incest and statutory rape only)

0 0

e. Robbery

0 0

f.  Aggravated assault

0 0

g. Burglary

0 0

h. Motor vehicle theft

0 0

i.  Arson

0 0

j.  Any other crime involving bodily injury

0 0

k. Larceny - theft

- - 0

l. Simple Assault

- - 0

m. Intimidation

- - 0

n. Destruction, Damage, or Vandalism to Property

- - 0

There were no reported hate crimes for the years 2006, 2007 or 2008.

Arrests

 

a. Illegal weapons possession

0 1

b. Drug law violations

50  47 38

c. Liquor law violations

3 1

 

a. Illegal weapons possession

0 1

b. Drug law violations

31  25 20

c. Liquor law violations

1 1

 
a. Illegal weapons possession 10  11 2
b. Drug law violations 72  85 103
c. Liquor law violations 234  262 267

 

a. Illegal weapons possession

0

b. Drug law violations

0

c. Liquor law violations

0

 

a. Illegal weapons possession

0 0

b. Drug law violations

0 0

c. Liquor law violations

0 0

 

a. Illegal weapons possession

0 0

b. Drug law violations

0 6

c. Liquor law violations

0 0 0

 

a. Illegal weapons possession

0 0

b. Drug law violations

0 0

c. Liquor law violations

0 0

Disciplinary referrals in 2006 recorded as “public property” were misclassified. These numbers should be “0”.

     

This section is new this year.

a. Illegal weapons possession

  6 2

b. Drug law violations

  50 90

c. Liquor law violations

  232 259

 

These statistics reflect the relatively low crime rate in the City of Oneonta and its rural environs.

The safety and security of the campus community is of paramount importance to the College. The College, through the efforts of the University Police Department and the campus community, is committed to fostering a safe and productive environment to ensure that the student's experience at Oneonta will be both meaningful and safe.

This summary of campus safety and security program fulfills the reporting requirement of the Title II Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act.