Annual Security & Fire Safety Reports (Clery Reports)
Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports are requirements of the Jeanne Clery Act and must be published each year by October 1.
Each Annual Security and Fire Safety Report documents three calendar years of select campus crime statistics, summaries of campus security policies and procedures, and information on the basic rights guaranteed victims of sexual assault. At UNC Asheville we publish a combined Security & Fire Report which includes information on fire safety policies and statistics for the past three calendar years. Federal law requires schools make the reports available to all current students and employees, and prospective students and employees must be notified of its existence and given a copy upon request. For more information on Clery Act Requirements, see the Clery Compliance section on this website.
Digital copies of reports published before 2013 are provided upon request by emailing email@example.com. Paper copies of all available reports can be viewed at Weizenblatt Hall (24/7).
Requesting Copies of Vehicle Accident or Incident Reports
To request a public copy of a police report please complete a Police Report Request form.
You may submit the request form…
- In person at Weizenblatt Hall
- By mail:
- Mail to: University Police, 1 University Heights, CPO 2500, Asheville N.C. 28804
- It must be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped return envelope
- By fax to 828.251.6954
- Electronically (scanned copy) to firstname.lastname@example.org – you will recieve a PDF version of your report via email
If you do not have a report number leave the field blank and provide as much information to help us locate the appropriate record. If we are unable to locate the record we will contact you via the information provided on the request form.
It may take 3-4 business days from the time of the incident/accident for a report to be processed. If you submit a request an officer will be in touch with you as soon as the report is available.
Looking for a report from the Asheville Police Department? Try searching their P2C system.