16 cases of illegal weapons possession reported on Michigan State University-College of Law campus in 2017

There were 16 on-campus cases of illegal weapons possession in 2017 on the campus of Michigan State University-College of Law, located in East Lansing, according to the most recent crime statistics available on the U.S. Department of Education website.

In 2016, there were 24 cases of illegal weapons possession on the campus; and in 2015, there were 23 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
16
4
25%
2016
24
5
20%
2015
23
0
0%

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