Crime Statistics

Last Updated: September 30, 2021

Statement of Policy for Reporting the Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics

The University of Maine at Fort Kent is committed to informing the public so that they are safety-conscious. The following statistics, provided in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, as amended, are for your information. If you have any questions, contact Student Affairs at (207) 834-7587. In compliance with the Clery Act, statistics will be disclosed in four geographic categories, called the Clery geography:

  • On-campus (all educational buildings and other property on campus)
  • Of the crimes on campus, the number of crimes that took place in dormitories or other residential facilities for students on campus
  • Non-campus (remote facilities and other properties that are student-used, including sororities and fraternities)
  • Public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus

Statistics are for the three most recent calendar years for all offenses listed below that occurred on or within the University’s Clery geography, and that are reported to local police agencies or to a campus security authority.

 

Criminal Offense and Crime Statistics

Offense (by Hierarchy)Reporting YearOn-Campus*Non-CampusPublic PropertyUnfounded**Residential Facilities
Murder/Non-neg. Manslaughter202000000
201900000
201800000
Negligent Manslaughter202000000
201900000
201800000
Rape202020002
201900000
201820002
Fondling202010001
201901000
201810001
Incest202000000
201900000
201800000
Statutory Rape202000000
201900000
201800000
Robbery202000000
201900000
201800000
Aggravated Assault202000000
201900000
201800000
Burglary202000000
201900000
201800000
Motor Vehicle Theft202000000
201900000
201800000
Liquor Law Arrests202000000
201900000
201800000
Drug Law Arrests202000000
201900000
201800000
Weapons Law Arrests202000000
201900000
201800000
Arson202000000
201900000
201800000
Liquor Law Disciplinary Referrals202020002
201910001
20181800018
Drug Law Disciplinary Referrals202010001
201900000
201890009
Weapons Law Disciplinary Referrals202000000
201900000
201800000
Hate Crimes (by category of protected class)202000000
201900000
201800000
*On-Campus category includes incidents reported in the Residential Facilities category
**Unfounded complaint as determined by a police officer

Violence against Women Act (VAMA) Statistics

Offense (by Hierarchy)Reporting YearOn-Campus*Non-CampusPublic PropertyUnfounded**Residential Facilities
Domestic Violence202000000
201900000
201800000
Dating Violence202000000
201900000
201800000
Stalking202020002
201930003
201820002
*On-Campus category includes incidents reported in the Residential Facilities category
**Unfounded complaint as determined by a police officer

Hate Crime Statistics

The University of Maine at Fort Kent strives to foster a safe and healthy learning environment that embodies the diversity and inclusion of all members of the UMFK community. The Hate Crime Statistics are separated by the category of prejudice. The numbers for most of the specific crime categories are part of the overall statistics reported for each year. The only exceptions to this are the addition of Simple Assault, Intimidation, and any other crime that involves a bodily injury that is not already included in the required reporting categories. If a Hate Crime occurs where there is an incident involving Intimidation, Vandalism, Larceny, Simple Assault, or other bodily injuries, the law requires that the statistic be reported as a hate crime even though there is no requirement to report the crime classification in any other area of the compliance document.

Note: A hate or bias-related crime is not a separate, distinct crime but is the commission of a criminal offense motivated by the offender’s bias. For example, a subject assaults a victim, which is a crime. However, if the facts of the case indicate that the offender was motivated to commit the offense because of their bias against the victim’s race, sexual orientation, gender, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, or disability, the assault is then also classified as a hate/bias crime.

  • 2020: Zero hate crimes reported
  • 2019: Zero hate crimes reported
  • 2018: Zero hate crimes reported