Crime Reports - The University of Tulsa

Crime Reports

Daily Crime Log, Fire Log and Incident Reports

 

Daily Crime Log, Fire Log & Incident Reports

Campus Security provides information on crimes, fires and incidents that occur on the Main Campus, North Campus, Oxley Health Sciences Campus and TU owned/controlled properties in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

The purpose of the Daily Crime and Fire Log is to record all criminal incidents, alleged criminal incidents and fire incidents that are reported to the Campus Security Department. The Daily Crime and Fire Log lists crimes, alleged crimes and fire incidents that occur on campus, areas immediately adjacent to campus, as well as off-campus Tulsa properties that support Tulsa’s educational mission.  The Log provides crime and fire information on a timelier basis than the annual statistical disclosures.  A list of 60 days of activity is available online or by request at the Campus Security Department, (Hurricane Athletic Building, Mabee Gym, East side, 3115 E. 8th St.). Data older than sixty days is available by making a request to Campus Security. This information will be provided within two days.

Crimes may be temporarily withheld from the Daily Log under the following circumstances:

  1. The disclosure will jeopardize the confidentiality and safety of a victim or the integrity of an ongoing investigation
  2. The disclosure may cause a suspect to flee or evade
  3. The disclosure may result in the destruction of evidence

The information required to be listed on the Daily Log includes:

  1. Date/Time the crime or fire was reported
  2. Date/Time Frame the crime or fire occurred. (When a crime is reported and the time of the incident is not known, the time will appear on the log as 12:00. This is a function of our software system.)
  3. General location of the crime or fire
  4. Nature of the crime
  5. Disposition of the case

Annual Crime and Fire Safety Report

Download the complete Annual Security Report for 2021.

 

  • Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act

    Under the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, formerly the Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act, The University of Tulsa must annually distribute statistics on the reported occurrences of offenses that occurred on campus.

    Read more about the Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act

  • Clery Compliance at TU

    Clery Compliance Committee

    The charge of this committee is to develop and implement policy, procedure and educational programming and support, as it pertains to the University of Tulsa’s Clery compliance. This committee strives to foster a culture of compliance through one vision for the entire University. The diversity represented through membership and participation in this committee is critical in our efforts to maintain Clery compliance. Committee meetings allow for the review of updates to laws and policies connected to the Clery Act. In addition, it also serves as a forum to gather and share data for the Annual Fire Safety and Security Report. The creation and completion of tasks put forth by this committee shows Tulsa’s diligence and continued good faith efforts to maintain compliance.

    Matt Warren

    VP Risk Management, Chief Compliance Officer
    Cheryl Dixon General Counsel
    Clayton Staton Director of Campus Security
    Kelsey Hancock Clery Compliance Coordinator
    Kathleen Smith TIX Coordinator
    Barbara Abercrombie VP and Chief Human Resources Officer
    Jennifer Airey Interim Provost
    Laura Semenow Director of the Center for Global Engagement
    Steve Ososkie Campus Security
    Michael McClendon Dean of Students
    Crista Troester Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director
    Melissa France Associate VP Campus Services
    Matt Polson

    Associate VP Environmental Health and Safety

  • Campus Security Authorities

    Review the Campus Security Authority Policy

    Designated Campus Security Authorities should report crime using this form.

    Campus Security Authority (CSA) is a Clery-specific term that encompasses four groups of individuals and organizations associated with an institution.

    1. A member of a campus security department;
    2. Individuals having responsibility for campus security in some capacity, but are not members of a campus security department (e.g., an individual who is responsible for monitoring the entrance to University property);
    3. People or offices that are not members of a campus security department, but where University policy directs individuals to report criminal offenses to them or their office; or
    4. Officials having significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including but not limited to, student housing, student discipline, and campus judicial proceedings.

    The University designates CSAs using the criteria established in the Clery Act.

    Who is not a CSA?

    The following non-CSA positions / functions include but are not limited to: faculty member without responsibility for student and campus activity beyond the classroom; physicians/nurses in the Health Center who only provide care; clerical or administrative support staff; cafeteria staff; facilities maintenance staff; information technology staff, licensed mental health or pastoral counselors, when acting within the scope of their license or certificate; and other like functions.

    For questions about whether a specific position qualifies as a CSA, please e-mail the Clery Compliance Coordinator at clery@utulsa.edu  or contact 918-631-2324.

  • Fire Reports

    Per federal law, The University of Tulsa is required to annually disclose statistical data on all fires that occur in on-campus housing facilities. In the event of an actual fire, you should immediately call 911. To report fires that have already been extinguished, or if you find evidence of such a fire in an on-campus student housing facility, contact Campus Security at 918-631-5555. It is critical to document all reports of residential fires in the annual report.

  • Sexual Violence Reporting

    Sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking are criminal acts that violate the standards of our community and are unacceptable at TU. Reporting acts of sexual violence allows the university to take immediate steps to investigate the incident(s) and eliminate the harassment/violence, prevent its recurrence, and provide support to the survivor.

    Read more about Sexual Violence Reporting