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Crimewatch: Oct. 2022

By Lindsey Parungo

Nov. 5, 2022 1:29 p.m.

UCPD recorded 772 unique entries in its Oct. 1 to 31 daily crime log.

Sources: UCPD. Graphic reporting by Lindsey Parungo, Data editor. Interactive by Lindsey Parungo, Data editor.

University police received 185 crime reports from Oct. 1 to 31 that resulted in active police cases.

Of the 185 crime reports resulting in cases, 94 were open cases and 91 were closed or inactive as of Nov. 2, according to a UCPD crime and fire log.

Theft and burglary was the most common category, with 98 reports resulting in cases, followed by 19 reports of drug and controlled substance, according to the log.

UCPD also recorded 587 events that did not result in active cases, with the following statuses as of Nov. 2:

Detail handled: no report: 137

Report taken: 77

Information only: 55

Non-criminal matter: 94

Warned or advised: 31

Canceled (by any party): 65

Victim not desirous of report: 28

Referred to outside agency: 35

Unable to locate: 45

Field interviewed: 13

Courtesy report: 5

Citation issued: 0

Unfounded: 1

Of the 587 incidents not resulting in cases, 16 were categorized as rape or another sex crime. UCPD categorized six events as rape reports, five as sexual battery reports and five as indecent exposure reports.

Data for this story was obtained as a public record under the Jeanne Clery Act, which requires universities to report campus crime data.

Some cases listed in this story are currently under investigation. Anyone with information can call UCPD at 310-825-1491.

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Lindsey Parungo | Data editor
Parungo is the 2022-2023 Data editor. She was previously the assistant Data editor and a developer for The Stack. She is a fourth-year financial actuarial mathematics student.
Parungo is the 2022-2023 Data editor. She was previously the assistant Data editor and a developer for The Stack. She is a fourth-year financial actuarial mathematics student.
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