At least 70 public and private West Virginia institutions of education reported criminal incidents in their campus buildings or residence halls during year 2000. Compared to most colleges and universities around the country, West Virginia institutions are relatively safe.

Glenville State College reported three forcible sex offenses and four burglaries.

West Virginia University reported three forcible sex offenses, a case of aggravated assault, 20 burglaries, three stolen vehicles and two arson cases on campus. Campus security at WVU said nearly all serious crimes at the institution involved alcohol.

Fairmont State College reported one robbery and seven burglaries.

West Virginia University at Parkersburg did not report any on-campus criminal offenses for 2000.

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