Two cases of illegal weapons possession reported on University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus in 2017

There were 2 on-campus cases of illegal weapons possession in 2017 on the campus of University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, located in Ann Arbor, according to the most recent crime statistics available on the U.S. Department of Education website.

In 2016, there were 2 cases of illegal weapons possession on the campus; and in 2015, there were 3 cases of illegal weapons possession. Overall, in the three year period from 2015 through 2017, 14 percent of on-campus cases of illegal weapons possession happened in residence halls. The following table shows how many of these on-campus criminal offenses were committed in residence halls:


Year
On-campus illegal weapons possessions
In residence halls
% In residence halls
2017
2
0
0%
2016
2
0
0%
2015
3
1
33%

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