TBI College Crime Study Reveals Continued Decrease in Overall Campus Crime

If you believe the mainstream press (which you should never do), there is a rape epidemic on college campuses across America. We are told that 1 in 4 females are sexually assaulted on campus. Not only is this a fabricated statistic, it isn’t even close to reality. Here in Tennessee, the most recent crime figures are out, and there were a total of 119 forcible sex offenses last year on all college campuses in Tennessee. At the University of Memphis, for example, there were six such offenses, or 0.6 per 1,000. That’s a far cry from what we are told.

NASHVILLE – Today, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released to the public its 2015 ‘Crime on Campus’ report. The annual study compiles crime data submitted to TBI by the state’s colleges Crime On Campus 2015and universities through the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System (TIBRS). Among the report’s findings:

  • Crime reported by Tennessee colleges and universities decreased by 7.0% from 2014 to 2015.
  • 29% of all 2015 offenses reported were categorized as Larceny/Theft.
  • Assault Offenses increased slightly, by 1.4%, between 2014 and 2015.
  • The overall category of Sex Offenses-Forcible increased by 26.6% in 2015, which includes an increase in the number of reported rapes from 51 in 2014 to 56 in 2015.

As always, the TBI strongly discourages the comparison of one institution’s statistics to another. The factors impacting crime vary from community to community and rudimentary comparisons will most likely result in inaccurate and generalized conclusions of the relative safety of one campus…

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