Ok, so I'm curious about something. Those of us working at colleges and universities are quite familiar with the Clery Law and how important it is for the schools to make sure they get it right about the crime stats in their area. We also know that it makes our jobs a bit more secure. I stress the term, 'a bit' since we all know there are administrations out there who are just as dumb as a bag of rocks (I'm looking at DEAN!) and like to get by with little or nothing. But I'm off topic. My question is, just how detailed are your reports. When you do your incident reports, do you use the heading that fits Mass. Gen Laws or the UCRs. At my job, we are driven insane by the way our reports are gone over with a fine tooth comb. I'm not saying we'd all be sloppy if not for this micro management (we all tend to write pretty damn good reports) but there are times we say to ourselves and each other, "Seriously?" How much of a nitpicker is the person who does your stats and has the school ever lost a dime of federal money if they aren't? Just curious. Anyone? Anyone?