Tucson, Arizona 2020-11-20 09:00:00 –
Arizona Daily Star
On Thursday, the UA released an annual campus crime report showing an increase in reports of domestic violence and rape in 2019.
The University of Arizona’s annual report summarizes crimes on campus and other UA-managed assets over the past three years. The Clergy Act of 1990 requires universities to publish criminal data.
According to a report released Thursday, reports of dating violence on the Tucson campus in 2019 matched the numbers in 2018 in three cases. However, reports of domestic violence almost doubled from 16 in 2018 to 31 in 2019.
Rape reports also increased in 2019, increasing from 14 in 2018 to 40. The number of caress reports increased from 4 in 2018 to 10 in 2019, but the number of stalker reports was only 4 years compared to the previous year.
In other regions, there were 11 reports of worsening assaults in 2019, the same as in 2018, 5 cases of robbery, and more reports of arson from 1 to 2. Robbery surged from 41 in 2018 to 62 in 2019. Car theft has been reduced from 33 to 14.
In addition, the number of disciplinary actions under the Alcohol Law increased from 624 in 2018 to 791 in 2019. The number of disciplinary actions under the Drug Law doubled from 64 in 2018 to 146 in 2019. The Alcohol Law Violation Diversion Program is available to students, but only for nonviolent misdemeanors.
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