From the NY Post:
Five CUNY colleges -- including the famed John Jay College of Criminal Justice -- failed to report 73 percent of the felonies that occurred on their campuses, a bombshell state audit has revealed.
The five campuses -- John Jay, Queens, Baruch, Hunter and Medgar Evers -- didn't report 78 out of the total 107 serious crimes that occurred during 2006 and 2007, said the audit by the State Comptroller's Office. By federal law, the schools are supposed to report the total crime statistics on their Web sites for students.
The unreported crimes included 42 burglaries, six assaults and one hate crime.
One of the most surprising offenders was John Jay, which failed to report 19 of its 20 felonies. It also was criticized for keeping two sets of crime logs, one created two weeks before auditors arrived.
Of the other four colleges, Queens failed to report 28 of 34 incidents, Baruch 18 of 19, Hunter 11 of 25 -- including six aggravated assaults -- and Medgar Evers 2 of 9, including a hate crime.