Crime & Safety Data
UM-Flint Campus Safety & Crime Statistics
This report is also available in paper form and can be obtained by contacting the Department of Public Safety (DPS).
2021 University of Michigan-Flint Annual Security Report & Annual Fire Safety Report
This report, as well as any other document produced by the UM-Flint, can be made available in alternate formats. To request a copy of this report in enlarged print or Braille, or in another adaptive format, contact Disability & Accessibility Support Services.
UM-Flint, in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, annually publishes a report entitled “Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report”, which provides UM-Flint students and employees (both current and prospective) with information about the campus, police and public safety resources, reporting crimes, fire and medical emergencies, crime and fire prevention, victim support services, crime statistics, fire statistics, the crime and fire log, the university’s Umbrella Sexual Misconduct Policy, Drug and Alcohol Policy, the UM-Flint Student Code of Conduct, and more.
The University’s Umbrella Policy on Sexual and Gender-based Misconduct, outlined within the report, sets forth how the university will proceed once it is made aware of possible Prohibited Conduct. The Policy is in keeping with our institutional values and is intended to meet our obligations under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of l964 (Title VII); Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX); the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security 2 Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), as amended by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA); and other applicable law and regulations. More detailed information on this policy, student procedures, and resources may be found here. Flint student procedures may be found here and employee procedures are available here. More information is available here.
The UM-Flint Drug and Alcohol Policy, outlined within the report, details UM-Flint’s enforcement of laws and policies to prevent the illegal use of alcohol and drugs. This section informs you of the legal and employment-related consequences of illegal alcohol/substance use possession or distribution, the health effects and risks of such use, and the support services available to students and employees. Campus policies may be located here.
The UM-Flint Clery Compliance Officer, Heather Bromley, prepares the UM-Flint report in cooperation with campus partners and area law enforcement agencies.
You may also view the crime statistics for our campus via the US Department of Education – Clery Crime Statistics Tool.
Crime Log & Fire Log
DPS maintains a crime log. The Crime Log contains the nature of the reported crime, date/time reported, date/time of occurrence, general location and disposition.
DPS maintains a fire log. The Fire Log contains the general location of the fire, date reported, date & time of occurrence, and nature of the fire.
The most recent sixty (60) days of the Crime Log and the Fire Log are public and open to public inspection, upon request, during normal business hours at DPS. Requests for any portion of the logs older than sixty (60) days will be available within two business days of a request.
Annual Security Report & Fire Safety Report
Clery Act Reporting Boundary Map
Blue Light Phone Map
Exterior Lighting Map