Crime Information

UGAPD Daily Logs

Daily Police Reports

The University of Georgia Police Department in accordance with federal law provides daily logs summarizing our daily police reports.

UGAPD Daily Logs

UGA Fire Log

The University of Georgia Police Department in accordance with federal law provides a log of fire incidents reported on campus.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q&A 

We provide answers to some of our most common questions regarding our department and the campus community.

UGAPD Crime Stats

Crime Statistics

The University of Georgia Police Department in accordance with federal law provides annual crime statistics reports

Copies of reports taken by the University of Georgia Police Department are available from the Records Division, usually within three (3) business days of the date the report was taken. Copies of reports may be picked up in person, mailed or faxed. At this time, reports are not available through e-mail. Report fees must be paid prior to the information being mailed or faxed.

 The Police Department is located at:

		286 Oconee Street, 
		Suite 100 South, 
		Athens, GA 30602.

You may contact the Records Division by telephone at (706) 542-5813.

Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

You should know that:

  1. The accused may be released from custody prior to trial.
  2. Victims have certain rights during the stages of the Criminal Justice Process.
  3. That additional information may be obtained by contacting the filing agency or CJCC (Criminal Justice Coordinating Council at 404/559-4949).
  4. Victims may be eligible for out-of-pocket expenses from the Crime Victim's Compensation Program.
  5. Victim may have available to them, community-based victim service programs and for information contact the Governor's Victim Assistance Help line at 1/800-338-6745.
  6. Victims must meet any applicable obligations (provide a current phone number and address).

For additional information regarding these rights, contact one of the following victims/witness assistance programs:

(706) 613-3222 -- For all misdemeanor cases
(706) 613-3740 -- For all felony cases and juvenile incidents

You have been the victim of or witness to a crime on campus. We will do everything within our ability to solve this crime and apprehend the offender. We are equally concerned that this offense does not recur to you or another member of the community.

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