Compare College Safety between Alabama A & M University and University of California-Irvine

  • High Crime Against Women
  • High Drug Abuse
  • High Weapons Crime
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  • High Crime Against Women
  • High Weapons Crime
  • High Property Crime
vs.
  • High Crime Against Women
  • High Drug Abuse
  • High Weapons Crime
  • High Crime Against Women
  • High Weapons Crime
  • High Property Crime
According to the data provided, University of California-Irvine -- Main Campus is safer than Alabama A & M University -- Main Campus. University of California-Irvine -- Main Campus beat Alabama A & M University -- Main Campus in Woman's safety, Drug and Alcohol abuse, Weapons Crime.
Live Crime Tracking
Alabama A & M University - Logo
3
last crimes reported
March 26, 2019 :

Male (41) - James Edwin Jones - Killed

Shot - Dead (murder, accidental, suicide)

Institution/Group/Business

more
February 17, 2019 :

Male - Killed

Shot - Dead (murder, accidental, suicide)

January 31, 2019 :

Male (18) - Injured

Male (17) - Unharmed

Shot - Wounded/Injured

Drive-by (car to street, car to car)

Shootout (where VENN diagram of shooters and victims overlap)

more
University of California-Irvine - Logo
0
last crimes reported
Crime Against Women
Alabama A & M University - Logo
22
crimes reported in last reported year

Stats Last Year

Domestic Violence : 20

Stalking : 2

22Total Reported Incidents

22 On-Campus/Residence Hall

University of California-Irvine - Logo
36
crimes reported in last reported year

Stats Last Year

Domestic Violence : 7

Dating Violence : 19

Stalking : 10

36Total Reported Incidents

36 On-Campus/Residence Hall

Alabama A & M University
University of California-Irvine

Alabama A & M University is safer for women than University of California-Irvine. Alabama A & M University had 22 total reported incidents in the last year of report compared to University of California-Irvine having 36. Domestic Violence was highest on Alabama A & M University with 20.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Alabama A & M University - Logo
207
crimes reported in last reported year

Stats Last Year

Drug : 189

Liquor : 18

207Total Reported Incidents

207 On-Campus/Residence Hall

University of California-Irvine - Logo
707
crimes reported in last reported year

Stats Last Year

Drug : 64

Liquor : 643

707Total Reported Incidents

706 On-Campus/Residence Hall

Alabama A & M University
University of California-Irvine

Alabama A & M University is safer for Drug and Alcohol Abuse than University of California-Irvine. Alabama A & M University had 207 total reported incidents in the last year of report compared to University of California-Irvine having 707. Drug was highest on Alabama A & M University with 189.

Weapons Crime
Alabama A & M University - Logo
10
crimes reported in last reported year

Stats Last Year

Weapon : 10

10 Total Reported Incidents

10 On-Campus/Residence Hall

University of California-Irvine - Logo
5
crimes reported in last reported year

Stats Last Year

Weapon : 5

5 Total Reported Incidents

5 On-Campus/Residence Hall

Alabama A & M University
University of California-Irvine

University of California-Irvine is safer for Drug and Alcohol Abuse than Alabama A & M University. University of California-Irvine had 5 total reported incidents in the last year of report compared to Alabama A & M University having 10. Weapon was highest on University of California-Irvine with 5.

Acadamic Performance
Alabama A & M University - Logo
N/A
National Rank
University of California-Irvine - Logo
#42
National Rank
  • Acceptance : 41%
  • Minimum GPA : 4
  • Tuition : $43,530
  • Required SAT : 1060

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* Incidents reported have been collected from 3rd party sources

* Data collected is within 2 miles of the center of the college or university

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