Campus Crime Watch: September 2010

As expected, the first full month of the academic year saw an uptick in crime from the summer lull, bringing the total number of crimes reported to the Department of Public Safety up to 43 for the month…. Read More

Burglary on the 3600 block of Prospect Street

On Monday afternoon at 2:00 p.m., a student reported to the Department of Public Safety that his townhouse on the 3600 block of Prospect had been burglarized. Two laptops were taken from his house some time after he… Read More

Campus Crime Watch: June 2010

View Campus Crime Map: June 2010 in a larger map Continued a trend of low crime rates during the summer, Georgetown saw minimal criminal activity in the month of June. Although June’s Daily Crime Log listed an increase… Read More

Campus Crime Watch: May 2010

View Campus Crime Map: May 2010 in a larger map The Department of Public Safety’s Daily Crime Log only listed fifteen crimes for the month of May—a low for 2010. But, May saw one serious crime—an unknown suspect… Read More

Campus Crime Watch: March 2010

View Campus Crime Watch: March 2010 in a larger map With 34 total crimes listed in the Department of Public Safety Daily Crime Log for the month, March saw a high number of burglaries, at least three violent… Read More

Burglary on the 1400 block of 36th Street is fourth this week

A student living in an apartment on the 1400 block of 36th Street awoke at bout 7:40 a.m. on Friday morning to find that over $5000 worth of items had been stolen from his house, the Department of… Read More

Campus Crime Watch: February 2010

View February 2010 Crime Map in a larger map February wasn’t a very criminal month at Georgetown. There were 25 crimes recorded in the Department of Public Safety Daily Crime Log, but nearly half of those were drug… Read More

January Campus Crime Watch

View January 2010 Crime Map in a larger map January was a particularly violent month at Georgetown. Not because the number of crime incidents surged—there were 29 crimes reported for January in the Department of Public Safety’s Daily… Read More

Riders beware: Robberies on Metro soared in 2009 from 2008

OK, so this isn’t something you need to watch out for at the moment—dozens of Metro stations are closed and even if you’re using the underground rail, where are you going? But when D.C. pulls itself back together,… Read More

Bookstore thief falls off Leavey Center bridge on Sunday in escape attempt

On Sunday, a man who had shoplifted merchandise from the University Bookstore fell off the Leavey Center pedestrian bridge during his attempt to flee the scene. The incident happened on a Sunday afternoon, after the suspect had been… Read More