The College reported simply over 1,450 crimes throughout its 4 metropolitan Phoenix campuses
The variety of virtually all non-alcoholic and non-drug-related crimes reported throughout ASU’s 4 metropolitan Phoenix campuses decreased in 2020, in keeping with the College’s annual crime statistics report printed Friday.
The report, which analyzed crimes that came about in 2020, exhibits reported crimes throughout the 4 campuses decreased from practically 1,680 in 2019 to barely above 1,450.
There have been 1,243 crimes reported on the Tempe campus in 2020, a lower of over 170 crimes from 2019 when simply over 1,420 crimes have been reported on the campus.
There have been 144 crimes reported on the Downtown Phoenix campus, 34 on the West campus and 32 on the Polytechnic campus, in keeping with the report.
Drug, alcohol and weapon arrests and referrals made up 1,353 of the 1,453 crimes reported throughout the 4 campuses.
“The police division’s mission is to supply a secure and safe setting the place all group members can examine, reside, work, and conduct analysis,” mentioned Michael L. Thompson, chief of police, on the introductory web page of the report.
All 17 stories of rape in 2020 have been on the Tempe campus.
There have been 9 stories of aggravated assault in 2020, the identical as in 2019. Of the stories, six have been from the Tempe campus, two from the Downtown Phoenix campus and one from the West campus.
There have been 10 fondling stories throughout the 4 important campuses, a lower from the 23 instances reported in 2019. 9 of the stories have been on the Tempe campus and one on the Downtown Phoenix campus. There have been no stories of fondling made on the West or Polytechnic campuses.
There have been no instances of manslaughter or homicide on any ASU campus, the identical because the final 4 years.
There have been 20 burglaries on the Tempe campus and two on the Polytechnic campus in 2020.
There have been 17 motorcar theft instances reported in 2020. Of the instances, 13 occurred on the Tempe campus, two on the West campus, one on the Downtown Phoenix campus and one on the Polytechnic campus.
There was just one report of theft in 2020, which was on the Tempe campus. In 2019, there have been three robberies on the Tempe campus, three on the Downtown Phoenix campus and none on the West and Polytechnic campuses.
Home Violence, Relationship Violence and Stalking
Experiences of courting violence, home violence and stalking on the Tempe campus decreased from 31 in 2019 to 17 in 2020.
There have been eight stories of courting violence general, seven of which occurred on the Tempe campus and one which occurred on the West campus.
Circumstances of stalking on the Polytechnic campus elevated from zero in 2019 to 2 in 2020. The Downtown Phoenix campus additionally had one case of stalking reported in 2020.
Medicine, Alcohol and Weapons
There have been 240 whole drug arrests throughout the 4 important campuses in 2020. Of the 240 arrests, 196 occurred on the Tempe campus.
There was a complete of 234 drug referrals throughout the 4 campuses, 187 of which have been from the Tempe campus.
There have been 53 alcohol arrests throughout the 4 important campuses in 2020, 52 of which occurred on the Tempe campus and one on the Downtown Phoenix campus.
The full variety of alcohol referrals on the 4 campuses was 818 in 2020. Of the full instances, 716 occurred on the Tempe campus.
In 2020, there have been eight arrests for weapons throughout the 4 campuses. Seven of these arrests got here from the Tempe campus and one got here from the Downtown Phoenix campus.
There have been no referrals for weapons in 2020.
Different Notable Statistics
Neither the Barrett and O’Connor Washington Center campus in Washington, D.C. nor the California Center campus, which relocated from its location in Santa Monica to Downtown Los Angeles in Fall 2021, reported any crimes.
The College of Social Work campus in Tucson reported no crimes for its second straight yr because it was certified as a campus in 2019. The Lake Havasu campus additionally reported no crimes, a drop from its three stories in 2019.
There have been no stories of hate crimes in 2020.
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