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Clery Logs

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

The University of Central Florida Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is published by the UCF Police Department in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, also known as the Clery Act. Colleges and universities are required to publish the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report by October 1st each year and include the three most recent calendar years of campus crime and fire statistics, certain campus security policies and fire prevention statements. 

Crime Statistics included in the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report are compiled from:

  • UCF Police Department reports 
  • Campus Security Authority (CSA) reports
  • Disciplinary referrals
  • Local law enforcement agencies

Not all reports of crimes are included in the Annual Security Report. Only designated Clery Act crimes occurring in specific areas are considered Clery reportable crime statistics. 

To see a full list of crimes and locations along with their definitions, please select the Clery Crimes and Clery Geography tab. 

Previous Reports

The Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports are published by October 1st of each year by the University. These reports contain statistics for the past three years and do not include the year of publication. To see the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report from previous years, click here.

Daily Crime Log

The UCF Police Department maintains a daily crime log, which is accessible to the public and can be viewed here. UCF does not publish the name of victims or identifiable information. 

The purpose of the daily crime log is to record all criminal incidents and alleged criminal incidents that are reported to UCFPD.  Therefore, not all incidents listed on the daily crime log are included in Clery statistics. 

Crimes included on the daily crime log are those that occurred on campus, in or on non-campus buildings or property, public property with the campus or immediately adjacent and accessible from the campus and reports of crime that occurred within UCFPD’s patrol jurisdiction and at separate campuses. 

In addition, a CSA Report is a report of crime to the Clery Compliance Analyst.  CSA reports are documented incidents of Clery Crimes occurring on Clery Geography that were reported to a CSA, then forwarded to the Clery Compliance Analyst to reviewed for a crime statistic or safety information for the campus community.  Since reports received from CSAs are not official reports to the police department, UCFPD is unable to conduct an investigation. CSA reports generally contain limited information for these incidents.  For more information about CSAs, click here.

Fire Log

An institution that maintains on-campus student housing facilities must maintain a written, easily understood fire log that records, by the date that the fire was reported, any fire that occurred in an on-campus student housing facility.

The Fire Log includes the following information: ​

  • Nature of the fire ​
  • Date and time of the fire ​
  • Date the fire was reported ​
  • General location of the fire ​