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Missouri S&T Police Department - CRIME STATISTICS

Missouri State Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Statistics

Every law enforcement agency in the State is required to report crime data monthly to the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP). MSHP creates and maintains computer files of the Missouri data and supplies information not only to the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) for use in national crime statistics, but also to local agencies and organizations.  To access crime data for the Missouri S&T Police Department submitted to the MSHP, visit the MSHP Statistical Analysis Center.

 

Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (CLERY)

As required by the U.S. Department of Education, the CLERY Act requires higher education institutions to make public certain crime data.  Review the annual CLERY Report submitted by the Missouri S&T Police Department.  A paper copy of the report can be requested by contacting the Missouri S&T Police Department at 573-341-4300 or by responding to the department which is located in G-10 Campus Support Facility.

 

Daily Crime Report

The CLERY Act also requires that crime information be made available to the public within two working days.  Review the Daily Crime Report here or in the lobby of the Missouri S&T Police Department located in G-10 Campus Support Facility.

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