VIDEO: Search crime on campus and in your neighborhood
Published: Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Updated: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 17:11
The Light of Day Project, completed by SMU journalism students, includes interactive maps of crimes reported on campus and around the area. Students can browse crimes reported in their own neighborhoods, ranging from minor to serious offenses.
Our Clery Act Scorecard tracks how well SMU keeps track of these crimes and offenses and how well the university informs the campus community about public safety.
To access the SMU light of day project, go to http://bit.ly/smulod
Be sure to check the print edition of The Daily Campus and back to the website Friday for a full version of the project.
All data was gathered by the Fall 2011 SMU Technology Reporting class: Shelby Foster, Michael Murphy, Brad Namdar, Chandler Schlegel, Meghan Sikkel, Alexandra Sisto and Essete Workneh. The data visualization coordinator was journalism student Brooks Powell.