Campus Security, Fire Safety and Drug Awareness

Your personal safety and the security of our campus community are of vital concern to the University of Washington. Available to you is the University's annual Security and Fire Safety Report, and Drug-Free Schools Act Information report, as required by the Clery Act and Drug-Free Schools Act.

This report includes statistics for the most recent three-year period on reported crimes that occurred on-campus, in certain off-campus buildings, on property owned or controlled by the University of Washington, Seattle or its affiliates as well as on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus as well as fire statistics from on-campus student housing facilities.

The report also includes information regarding the law enforcement authority of the UW Police; policies and procedures concerning campus security, missing person, the sex offender registry and prohibited behaviors and weapons; and available resources for crime prevention, alcohol and other drug abuse and sexual assault education programs as well as information about fire safety.

Obtaining the Report

In Person UW Police Department Bryants Building 1117 NE Boat St, Seattle Washington 98105
Order by Phone 206-543-0507

60-Day Crime/Incident Log

The UW Police Department maintains a 60-day crime/incident log for all reported incidents where a records number was generated. The log includes the date the crime/incident was reported, the date and time the incident occurred, general location of the incident, and disposition. To view the UW Campus 60-Day crime log visit Hard copies may be obtained at the University of Washington Police Department.

Harborview Medical Center maintains a separate 60-day crime log. Their crime log includes the type of crime, case report number, the date the crime was reported to Harborview Security Services Department, the date and time of occurrence, the general location of the crime and disposition if known. To request a hard copy of the 60-day crime log, call 206.744.4913.