The University Police Department maintains a Daily Crime Log in compliance with Clery Act requirements. The Daily Crime Log records the date and time the crime was reported, the date and time the crime occurred, the nature of the crime, the general location of the reported crime, the case number assigned to the case report, and the disposition of the case. The Daily Crime Log is ordered sequentially by date rather than by case number, with the most recently reported activity listed first.
The University Police Department assigns case numbers for both criminal and non-criminal incidents that are reported. Only case numbers generated for criminal incidents and alleged criminal incidents that occur within the department's patrol jurisdiction are included in the Daily Crime Log. The Daily Crime Log is available 24 hours a day at the Police Communications Center on the C level of the Paul M. Bass Center Tower II, 6303 Forest Park Road, Dallas, Texas 75390 (Suite BLC.200). The public entrance is located adjacent to the C level (west) entrance to the Bass Parking Garage.
In accordance with Federal Law, entry into the Daily Crime Log may be temporarily withheld, for any of the required fields of entry, if there is clear and convincing evidence that the release of the information would:
- Jeopardize an ongoing investigation
- Jeopardize the safety of an individivual
- Cause a suspect to flee or evade detection
- Result in the destruction of evidence
Crime Logs by Date
Open – The reported criminal incident is being actively investigated.
Administrative Inactive - No investigative leads, witnesses, or identifiable property (may be reopened at a later date if leads develop).
Unfounded – The reported criminal incident did not occur.
Exceptionally Cleared – A suspect is postively identified, but criminal prosecution cannot occur (i.e. suspect is now deceased).
Arrest/Clear/Custody - An arrest was made in conjunction with the reported criminal incident.
Arrest/Clear/Citation - A citation was issued in conjunction with the reported criminal incident.
Warrant Issued - A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a person associated to the reported criminal incident.
Incident or Information - The reported criminal incident is not a criminal offense (the reporting party does not want to assist in the prosecution of a reported criminal incident or the information is only being reported to make the department aware of certain activity.)