UVa. Releases Crime Data for 2013
Oct. 1, 2014
The University of Virginia has release its crime data for 2013. The numbers are based on crimes that were directly reported to the University Police.
According to the university, there were 15 rapes and fondlings reported to police. All of these incidences happened on Grounds, and five happened in residential halls.
There were three aggravated assaults reported to police, only one was reported off Grounds.
Fifty-eight burglaries were reported, 11 in residential halls and one reported off Grounds.
And 21 motor thefts were reported, all happening on Grounds.
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