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Campus Crime Information

Campus Crime Information

Although no campus is free from crime, we are committed to maintaining a safe and secure environment for you to live, work, study, and conduct research. In order to assist you we provide multiple resources for you to educate yourself.  The ASU Police strive to provide timely information to the community through postings on the ASU Police web page, through electronic media and postings in buildings across campus.

To the left side of the page you will see several options, please click on any of those links for more information.

Campus Crime Statistics-Clery Act

Crime Alerts

The Clery document which is published yearly, is a three year snapshot of crime reported on campus and provided to increase your awareness of programs that exist to protect your safety  and well-being. Crime Alerts provide timely information on crimes that affect campus.

Crime Logs


Crime Logs is a daily listing of crimes reported to campus police. See what crimes are reported on campus by using this crime mapping software.  You can search by a specific date or a date range.  CrimeReports allows you to map crimes that have been reported to ASU Police.

Fire Logs

Fire logs is a listing of incidents where a fire occurred in any on-campus residence hall.

Sex Offender Information

The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act mandates that convicted sex offenders required to register under state law, must also disclose their association with institutions of higher education when applicable. Specifically affected are those registered sex offenders who attend as students, are employed by or employed at, or volunteer at institutions of higher education. The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) is responsible for the Arizona Sex Offender InfoCenter.


Homeland Security Victim Notification

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is committed to protecting the public and ensuring that the rights of victims are carefully observed when there are victims of crimes committed by illegal aliens. HSI administers a Victim Notification Program which allows eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timely information regarding a criminal alien's release from custody. However, victims and witnesses are required to register with HSI in order to receive notification of a criminal alien's release. If you are the victim of a crime committed by an illegal alien or would like further information about the Homeland Security Victim Notification Program, please click on the following link to register yourself: ICE/HSI Victim Notification.


ASU Hotline

You can anonymously report safety concerns and suspected compliance issues through the ASU Hotline.