WVU releases crime report on Morgantown campus

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The latest crime report from West Virginia University shows decreases in dating violence, stalking and destruction of property on campus yet increases in burglary, assaults and motor vehicle theft.

The unviersity’s Clery Report summarizes crime and fire safety as it relates to the Morgantown campus. University Police and the Office of Emergency Management published the report.

The report noted decreases in dating violence, stalking, destruction of property and arrests for drug and alcohol law violations compared to 2018, while there were slight increases in burglaries, assaults and motor vehicle theft.





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