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Daily Crime Log

The purpose of the daily crime log is to record criminal incidents, and alleged criminal incidents, that are reported to the University of Richmond Police Department and occurred within the geographical boundaries of the University.

The crime log contains the following elements:

  • Case # (if reported to Police, or Title IX notation)
  • Report Date and Time
  • Incident Date and Time
  • Offense  (Classifications may change as a result of further investigation)
  • Location
  • Injury
  • Damage/Loss
  • Disposition

The University of Richmond Police Department does not guarantee (either expressed or implied) the accuracy, completeness, timeliness or correct sequencing of the information, and the information should not be used for comparison purposes over time.  The University of Richmond Police Department will not be responsible for any error or omission, or for the use of or the results obtained from the use of this information.  This department assumes no responsibility or liability beyond the initial dissemination on this website.

Upon request, the hard copy of the University of Richmond’s crime Log for the most recent 60 day period is available for public inspection during normal business hours. Any request for a portion of the log that is older than 60 days, will be available within two business days of the request for public inspection.

The University of Richmond Police Department provides an online crime log containing the most recent 60 day period.  The hard copy of the Crime Log is housed within the University of Richmond Police Department located at 31 UR Drive, University of Richmond, Va. 23173. For more information about the crime log or additional statistical data, contact Captain John Jacobs at (804) 289-8724 or

Disposition Index for Campus Crime Log

  1. Closed – an incident that is no longer being actively investigated i.e. leads exhausted, inactive, and exceptionally cleared.  Closed cases may be reopened if new evidence becomes available.
  2. Conduct Referral- the referral of any person to any university official for further action. (Police may or may not be involved in a conduct referral)
  3. Open  – pending/active investigation
  4. Unfounded – investigated by law enforcement and found to be false or baseless
  5. Arrest – persons processed by physical arrest or released on a summons
  6. Title IX – Deputy Title IX Coordinators investigate these cases and report required facts necessary for CLERY and  crime log.  There has not been a police report initiated.

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University of Richmond Police

Special Programs Building
31 UR Drive
University of Richmond, VA 23173

Emergency: (804) 289-8911
Non-Emergency: (804) 289-8715
Fax: (804) 289-8720

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