The State University of New York's 29 college campuses have made improvements in reporting crime and safety statistics, but auditors still found inconsistencies and problems at some campuses.

That's according to a new report from State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli..

DiNapoli says while SUNY has improved its compliance with reporting crime stats, problems still exist at some campuses and administrators need to do more to improve the way they report crime.

Under the Clery Act, all public and private colleges are required to prepare and publish an annual security report.

To read the report, visit the comptroller's website.