Crime Information

Price of Crime

Fine and Bail Schedule

The Utah Sate Courts administer fines and bail.  This link will take you to the Uniform Fine/Bail Forfeiture Schedule.  There you will find fines for traffic violations, bail amounts for criminal offenses, and guides that will help in navigating the process.  This can also be found at

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Crime Statistics


UVU Crime Statistics are collected and reported to the state and federal government to assist them in tracking crime trends.

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Report a Crime

Report a Crime

This allows you to report a crime, concern, or incident to the UVU Police Department.  For more immediate concerns please call UVU Police Dispatch at 801-863-5555.  All cases will be reviewed by an officer. 

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Yes, even in Utah crimes do occur, and more often than you would think.  Most crimes tend to be crimes of opportunity which can be reduced with some simple steps.

  • Apartment and homes-  Most residential burglaries occur when its unattended and doors are left unlocked.  Event short trips away from  your residence give criminals ample opportunity to enter your residence and take your valuables. Get into the habit of keeping your doors locked even when you are home.
  • Vehicles- Lock your vehicles and remove valuables.  Most vehicle burglaries in this area are also crimes of opportunity.  Criminals are known to target vehicles even with a small amount of loose change left in cup holders and center consoles.  If you must leave your valuables in the car place them in the trunk.
  • Parties, dances, and events- Stay with people you know and trust.  Don't leave drinks unattended and always know what source your drink is coming from. 
  • On Campus- DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLES including BOOKS UNATTENDED. Thefts frequently occur at the university when bags, books, laptops, and other valuables are left unattended even for short periods of time.  When using restrooms do not leave valuables on the shelves. 
  • Report all crimes and suspicious activity immediately.  Do not be one of those that consult their friends, family, clergy, therapist, facebook, etc. before reporting it to the police.  Time is critical.