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NIACC crime statistics show spike in three areas

Criminal offenses reported in the NIACC Residence Hall in 2012 was only 1.

MASON CITY – A NIACC campus safety and security document shows a serious spike in two major crime areas.

According to the document, on-campus disciplinary actions / judicial referrals for liquor law violations rose from 26 in 2010 to 38 in 2011 and reached 55 in 2012.

On-campus disciplinary actions / judicial referrals for drug violations were 1 in 2010, 4 in 2011 and reached 17 in 2012.

On-campus disciplinary actions / judicial referrals for illegal weapons possessions were 0 in 2010, 5 in 2011 and just one in 2012.

Other on-campus criminal offenses were negligible, all at zero for all three years except for burglary, of which there were 4 reported in 2012.

Also, criminal offenses for on-campus at the residence halls were negligible.  Only one one offense in 2012 was reported, a non-forcible sex offense.



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