What is a Fire Log:

The monthly fire log is provided in accordance with the regulations set out under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The purpose of the Fire Log is to record all fires that were already extinguished as well as those discovered while actively burning.  These fires include emergency situations involving fires that necessitated a call to 911 for fire department assistance, as well as minor fires, such as a small trash can fire that was easily extinguished. 

The Northern Michigan University Police Department maintains a Fire Log that records all fires that occur in Campus Housing Facilities and other locations. The Fire Log is online so that it is available for public inspection. The Fire Log includes the date, time, nature, case number, and general location of each fire. The three most-current yearly fire logs organized by month are linked below.

The most recent sixty (60) days of the Daily Crime Log and the Fire Log are public and open to public inspection. Requests for any portion of the logs older than sixty (60) days will be available within two business days of a request. NMU Police Department (906)227-2151

A hard-copy of the Daily Crime Log and Fire Log is available, upon request to inspect, during normal business hours (Monday – Friday, 8am- 5pm), at the NMU Police Department 2073 Sugarloaf Ave. Marquette, MI 49855, telephone (906)227-2151.

For additional logs and reports, please refer to the annual reports section of NMU's Policy Database.

Previous Years' Fire Logs