Mount Holyoke College Crime and Fire Logs

The department maintains a Clery Crime and Fire Log, updated within two business days of the department receiving a report of a crime or residential fire, to keep the college community informed about campus crime and residential fires. This log is maintained in compliance with the Clery Act, which mandates that the college publish information about reported crimes within the Campus Police Department's patrol jurisdiction and on the college's on-campus, in residential facilities, non-campus and public property, as defined by the Act.

This online electronic log is maintained for 60 days and may also be inspected in the Campus Police office Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m. To inspect logs older than 60 days, please allow two business days. The college may temporarily withhold information in some cases if there is clear and convincing evidence that the release of information would:

    • Jeopardize an ongoing investigation
    • Jeopardize the safety of an individual
    • Cause a suspect to flee or evade detection
    • Result in the destruction of evidence.

Information will be disclosed once the adverse effect is no longer likely to occur.

October:

On October 11 3:45 pm Larceny under $250 Ham/MacGregor Lot occurred between 10/6 early afternoon and 10/11 (1701-874-OF). Case Open.

On October 11 at 1:59 pm Possession of Marijuana, Under Age 21  Ham Hall (1701-863-OF). Referred to Deans.

On October 10 11:59 pm Possession of Marijuana, Under Age 21  Creighton Hall (1701-860-OF). Referred to Deans.

On October 1 at 7:41 pm Credit Card Fraud over $250 Off Campus (1701-815-OF). Case open.

September:

September 27 at 12:05 am Fire actual, Gateway Road (1701-786-OF). Case open.

September 22 at 2:21 am Fire Alarm, False Mead Hall (1701-769-OF). Case open. 

September 22 at 1:24 pm Credit Card Fraud over $250 Campus (1701-770-OF). Case open.
 
September 19 at 4:23 pm Credit Card Fraud under $250 Campus (1701-756-OF). Case open.

September 18 11:07 am Destruction of property Pearsons hall (1701-745-OF). Case open.

September 17 2:15 am Fire Alarm activation, false pretenses from pull station, North Rockefeller hall (1701-737-OF). Case open.

September 17 12:35 am Assault and Battery Mary Wooley Circle (1701-736-OF). Case open.

September 16 12:03 am Fire Alarm activation, false pretenses from pull station, South Rockefeller hall (1701-732-OF). Case open.

September 8  3:30 pm  Harassment  Mary Lyon Hall  (1701-696-OF). Case open.

September 5 12:58 am Destruction of property South Rockefeller hall (1701-675-OF). Case open.

August:
 
August 9 9:24 am Stalking On Campus. Occurred in 2016. (1701-625-OF). Case open.

July:

July 23 10:44 pm Assault & Battery Park Street (1701-597-OF). Case open.

July 6  4:08pm  Larceny Under $250  Library. Case Open.

July 3 10:21pm  Possession of Unlawful Fireworks  Morgan Street Lot. (1701-566-OF). Case Open. 

June:

On June 27 at 2:54 pm officers took a report from a student of items missing from 1837 Hall (1701-555-OF). Case Closed - item located.
 
On June 27 at 11:56 am officers responded to the Psych-Ed Building for a report of a larceny. A faculty member reports several items missing for a lab (1701-553-OF). Case Open
 
On June 22 at 10:46 am officers responded to Torrey Hall for a fire alarm. The cause of alarm was a detector not being covered properly while contractors were working in the area (1701-545-OF).
 
On June 19 at 10:03 am officers responded to Rooke Theatre for a fire alarm. The cause of alarm was a faulty detector (1701-536-OF).
 
On June 16 at 12:12 pm officers responded to the Facilities Management Lot for a report of damage to a motor vehicle. The damage was to a fleet van and noticed by a facilities employee while cleaning the vehicle (1701-535-OF).
 
On June 14 at 10:02 am officers responded to the Art Building for a medical emergency. A conference attendee was evaluated and transported to the hospital for additional care (1701-532-OF).
 
On June 13 at 3:38 pm while on patrol officers noticed the rear window of the Geology van was broken. Department notified (1701-531-OF).
 
On June 12 at 2:59 pm officers responded to the Library for a report of a larceny. A student reports the rear tire of the bicycle secured to the rack 8 hours prior was missing (1701-530-OF). case open
 
On June 9 at 3:48 pm officers responded to the area of Buckland Hall and Mary Wooley Circle for a report of suspicious behavior. An individual was observed removing scrap from a dumpster, everything was returned and the person left campus (1701-526-OF).

On June 6 at 10:03 am officers responded to the Abbey Chapel to issue a trespass notice. While custodial staff was cleaning an unknown person ran out a side door the individual may be homeless and has been issued a trespass (1701-521-OF).

On June 5 at 5:59 pm officers responded to 1837 Hall for a medical emergency. A student was evaluated and transported to the hospital for additional care (1701-520-OF).

On June 2 at 2:52 pm officers and the fire department responded to North Mandelle Hall for a fire alarm. The cause was determined to be fire alarm testing in the building (1701-519-OF).

On June 1 at 12:52 pm officers responded to the Equestrian Center for a medical emergency. An employee was evaluated and transported to the hospital for additional care (1701-517-OF).

On June 1 at 10:25 am officers responded to the Mary Lyon Lot for a report of a motor vehicle accident. Two employee vehicles collided while exiting the lot (1701-516-OF).