Chart II: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Campus, Crime Statistics, Crimes Reported to Campus Police (PA Uniform Crime Reporting Act Report)

CRIME CATEGORIES
2016 (FTE=38,875)
2015 (FTE=38,446.5)
2014 (FTE=38,259)
PART I OFFENSES
Actual Offenses
Crime Rate
Actual Offenses
Crime Rate
Actual Offenses
Crime Rate

Criminal Homicide

0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00

Murder/Nonnegligent Manslaughter

0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00

Manslaughter by Negligence

0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00

Forcible Raped

5
12.86
7
18.21
5
13.07

Rape by Force

5
12.86
7
18.21
5
13.07

Assault to Rape-Attempts

0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00

Robbery

4
10.29
2
5.20
5
13.07

Firearm

1
2.57
0
0.00
2
5.23

Knife or Cutting Instrument

0
0.00
1
2.60
0
0.00

Other Dangerous Weapon

0
0.00
1
2.60
0
0.00

Strong Arm (Hands, Fists, Feet, etc.)

3
7.72
0
0.00
3
7.84

Assault - Aggravated

7
18.01
10
26.01
11
28.75

Firearm

0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00

Knife or Cutting Instrument

0
0.00
1
2.60
1
2.61

Other Dangerous Weapon

1
2.57
5
13.01
1
2.61

Hands, Fists, Feet, etc.

6
15.43
4
10.40
9
23.52

Burglary

9
23.15
11
28.61
6
15.68

Forcible Entry

1
2.57
1
2.60
1
2.61

Unlawful Entry - No Force

5
12.86
9
23.41
5
13.07

Attempted Forcible Entry

3
7.72
1
2.60
0
0.00

Larceny - Theft (Exc. Motor Vehicles)

233
599.36
207
538.41
215
561.96

Motor Vehicle Theft

0
0.00
1
2.60
0
0.00

Autos

0
0.00
1
2.60
0
0.00

Trucks and Buses

0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00

Other Vehicles

0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00

Arson

0
0.00
2
5.20
3
7.84
TOTAL PART I OFFENSES
258
663.67
240
624.24
245
640.37
PART II OFFENSES
Actual Offenses
Crime Rate
Actual Offenses
Crime Rate
Actual Offenses
Crime Rate
Assault - Nonaggravatede
70
180.06
63
163.86
71
185.58
Forgery and Counterfeiting
3
7.72
3
7.80
5
13.07
Fraud
10
25.72
13
33.81
14
36.59
Embezzlement
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
Stolen Property, Receiving, Possession, etc.
3
7.72
2
5.20
2
5.23
Vandalism
77
198.07
74
192.48
104
271.83
Weapons, Carrying, Possession, etc.
2
5.14
4
10.40
5
13.07
Prostitution and Commercialized Vice
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
Sex Offenses (Excluding Prostitution and Rape)f
10
25.72
9
23.41
4
10.46
Drug Abuse Violations
34
87.46
61
158.66
53
138.53
S Opium-Cocaine
2
5.14
4
10.40
3
7.84
A Marijuana
2
5.14
1
2.60
2
5.23
L Synthetic
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
E Other
1
2.57
0
0.00
0
0.00
P Opium-Cocaine
0
0.00
13
33.81
14
36.59
O Marijuana
21
54.02
41
106.64
34
88.87
S Synthetic
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
S Other
8
20.58
2
5.20
0
0.00
Gambling
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
Bookmaking
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
Numbers, etc.
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
Offenses Against Family and Children
2
5.14
2
5.20
0
0.00
Driving Under the Influence
58
149.20
61
158.66
29
75.80
Liquor Laws
170
437.30
223
580.03
219
572.41
Drunkenness
55
141.48
77
200.28
56
146.37
Disorderly Conduct
128
329.26
110
286.11
166
433.88
Vagrancy
17
43.73
47
122.25
26
67.96
All Other Offenses (excluding Traffic)g
77
198.07
91
236.99
80
209.10
TOTAL PART II OFFENSES
716
1841.80
840
2184.85
834
2179.88
GRAND TOTAL ALL OFFENSES
974
2505.47
1080
2809.10
1079
2820.25

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Notes for the Pennsylvania Uniform Crime Reporting Act Statistics Report (Chart II)

d.    Under Uniform Crime Report (UCR) Part I Crimes guidelines, the crime of Rape includes Rape, Attempted Rape, and Sexual Assault.

e.    Under UCR Part II Crimes guidelines, Assaults–Nonaggravated include simple assaults as well as harassment incidents involving a threat to assault.

f.    Under UCR Part II Crimes guidelines, Sex Offenses
(excluding Prostitution and Rape) include Indecent Assault and Indecent Exposure.

g.    All Other Offenses (except traffic) include, but are not limited to, trespass and violation of city ordinances.

Chart I contains the statistics for those offenses reported to the University of Pittsburgh Police Department, city of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, UPMC security, and University personnel who have significant responsibility for student life and campus activities. 

Chart II contains the statistics for those offenses reported to the University of Pittsburgh Police Department only as recorded for the Uniform Crime Report (UCR). These UCR statistics are derived, in part, from patrol areas in community areas not adjacent to campus.

Chapter 3 of the Pennsylvania Uniform Crime Reporting Act requires the release of crime statistics and crime rates to students and employees, and it requires that those statistics be available to applicants and new employees upon request. The crime rate is determined by a formula specified by the Uniform Crime Reporting Act and is calculated by dividing the number of reported crimes by the number of full-time equivalent (FTE) students and employees, then multiplying that number by 100,000.