Disney Cruise Line Releases Q4 2015 Voluntary Crime Allegation Disclosure Report

Today, Disney Cruise Line published their Q4 – 2015 Voluntary Crime Allegation disclosure report for the period October 1 – December 31, 2015.During the 4th quarter, Disney Cruise Line carried approximately 218,000 passengers and a daily complement of approximately 5,000 crew members, and received the following allegation: a claim of alleged sexual assault was made by a guest against a crew member. According to the disclosure, this allegation was reported to the appropriate law enforcement and government authorities. We can only speculate that this is related to the incident that occurred in late-December aboard the Disney Magic.

Disney Cruise Line Voluntary Reporting Data Q4 2015

Please note, reports for previous quarters with zero claims did not include total passenger or crew numbers.  However, the daily crew numbers seem fixed on these reports so I’ve carried that number over for the months without any claims.

3 thoughts on “Disney Cruise Line Releases Q4 2015 Voluntary Crime Allegation Disclosure Report

  1. Bethanee Martin

    Would love to see the theft data for less than $10k… I bet those statistics would be eye opening. I had jewelry taken from our stateroom on the Disney Dream in January 2014, and even though it was less than $10k it was still of great value to me.

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    1. Amber

      I agree Bethanee. However, curious if yours was stolen out of the safe. After seeing this and hearing others claims, I will definitely be utilizing the safe myself!! Also, more concerned about the numbers of any kind of sexual assault/rape. I know that kind of evil can happen anywhere, just not something you want to be reminded of in such a happy, magical, and assumingly safe place for families…terrible.

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