UW Police

Crime Data

Annual Crime Statistics

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act, the UWPD compiles and releases crime statistics annually. The UWPD maintains crime statistics online for three years. You may view the Jeanne Clery statistics here, also known as the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. We keep statistics for earlier years at the department. To view these records, please contact us.

Some positions at the University are designated as Campus Security Authorities (CSA). If you are a CSA, you are mandated to report certain crimes to the University for inclusion in these annual crime statistics as well as to report crimes so the University can alert the public about possible threats. Think you may be a CSA? Check out our CSA information page. Are you a CSA who needs to report a Clery crime to us? Use the online Clery crime reporting form.

60-Day Crime/Incident Log

UW Police Department maintains a 60-day crime/incident log that includes all incidents where an incident/case number is generated. View our 60-Day Log. Hard copies of the report may also be obtained at the UW Police Department.

Harborview Medical Center maintains a separate 60-day crime log. Their crime log includes the type of crime, case report number, the date the crime was reported to Harborview Security Services Department, the date and time of occurrence, the general location of the crime and disposition if known. To request a hard copy of the 60-day crime log, call 206. 744.4913.

Fire Log

An up-to-date log for the current calendar year may be viewed on the Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) Web site.

Full Police Reports

UW Police Incident reports are available for review and inspection. Contact the Police Records Coordinator at 206.543.3078. For information on requesting a specific report, see Requesting a Copy of a Police Report.

UWPD Annual Report

The University Police Department Annual Report contains Part I Crime Statistics for the University of Washington campus for the prior year as well as other information about the police department.

View our Annual Report.