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Daily Crime Log

The Campus Safety Department maintains a daily crime log accessible to the campus community and public. The daily crime log is used to compile all criminal and alleged incidents reported to the Campus Safety Department. The creation and maintenance of the crime log is done in compliance with the 1998 Jeanne Clery Act. The daily crime log is used to increase public awareness for the campus community and the public.

Information relating to these incidents may be temporarily withheld if the incident presents a threat to the victim of the crime; jeopardizes the investigation; causes a suspect to flee, or results in the destruction of evidence. For descriptions of the crime log dispositions refer to the Disposition Key.

There is a hard copy of the CSI Daily Crime Log with information pertaining to the most recent 60 day period. This copy can be viewed in-person at the CSI Campus Safety Department located on the main CSI campus. Hard copies will also be available in the main offices of the CSI outreach centers.

Disposition Key

Refer to the terms below to understand the Disposition column in the spreadsheet.

Open: The case is currently being investigated by law enforcement and/or the CSI Campus Safety Department.

Closed by Arrest: The subject(s) has been arrested by a law enforcement agency.

Closed by Citation: The subject(s) has been cited by a law enforcement agency.

Closed by Referral: The subject(s) has been referred to another agency or College of Southern Idaho department, i.e. Human Resources, Dean of Students Office, the C.A.R.E. Team, or Student Housing.

Inactive: No further investigative action is required.

Pending: The case is open and is currently being reviewed by the prosecutor for possible charges.

CSA Report or statistical purposes only: Report made by a Campus Safety Authority to fulfill reporting obligations under the federal law known as the Clery Act.

Unfounded: The case is determined to be false or baseless through law enforcement investigation. No offense occurred nor was attempted.