Crime and Fire Log

A Crime and Fire Log is prepared by the Miami University Police Department detailing the types of activity that the department has been involved in. These reports are available to the public in the Adobe Portable Document Format (.PDF). These Crime and Fire Logs can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available free from Adobe's web site.

Police reports are generally public record. You may obtain a copy of a police report filed with this department by coming to to the Records and Information Office in the Police Services Center (located at the entrance to the Ditmer parking lot) Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

We will maintain Crime and Fire Logs for the most recent 60 days on this web site. If you wish to see logs for any time before that, please contact the Records and Information Office.
 


Disposition definitions:

Closed. Cleared by Arrest - the incident is closed because an arrest was made by MUPD.

Closed.  UTT/UTC Issued - the incident is closed because a Uniform Traffic Ticket(UTT) / Uniform Traffic Citation(UTC) was issued by MUPD.

Closed. Cleared by Summons - The incident is closed because a criminal summons was issued by MUPD.  Criminal summons include: Summons in lieu of arrest, Summons after arrest, or Minor misdemeanor citation.

Closed. Referred to OESCR - The case has been forwarded to the Office of Ethics and Student Conflict Resolution.  That office is responsible for reviewing the case and for determining whether or not the student(s) involved will be charged with a violation(s) of the Student Code of Conduct.

Closed. Handled by the Resident Life Staff - The case has been closed. Resident Life Staff is responsible for reporting the incident to Office of Ethics and Student Conflict Resolution.

Closed. Handled by Other LE Agency - The incident is being investigated by another Law Enforcement Agency.  The specific agency will  be identified in the synopsis/notes.

Closed. Arrest made by Other LE Agency - The subject(s) has been arrested by another Law Enforcement Agency.  The specific agency will be identified in the synopsis/notes.

Closed - the incident is closed for another reason other than above.

Open - the incident is not yet completed, and may require further investigation to close it.

Referred to Other Agency - the incident has been referred to another agency, department or office for completion.

Unfounded - the incident did not occur or was reported without basis.


 

Crime and Fire Log [PDF]