Report Shows Increase, Decrease in Campus Crimes

Notre Dame College had a 28 percent increase in burglaries and a 66 percent decrease in forcible sex offenses on campus in 2013, according to campus police.

There was two cases of dating violence and one case of stalking along with two hate crimes, the college annual security report showed.

One hate crime involved the destruction, damage and vandalism of property characterized by ethnicity of national origin, according to the report. The other was intimidation characterized by sexual orientation.

The report stated that alcohol violations were down 25 percent but drug violations were up 58 percent.

The Campus Security Act of 1990 requires colleges to report campus crime statistics and security measures to all students and employees. In October of 2014 the Notre Dame College Police Department released the crime statistics and fire statistics for the year of 2013.

Read the full Notre Dame College 2014 Annual Security Report.

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