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New Location for Public Safety Command Center and ID Card Center

February 27, 2014

The NYU Public Safety Command Center and the NYU ID Card Center are moving to a new location at 7 Washington Place this weekend. The Command Center is moving from its current home on the ground floor of 14 Washington Place. The ID Card Center is moving from 383 Lafayette Street.

The Command Center is open 24/7 and its first day of operation at 7 Washington Place will be this Saturday, March 1st. The ID Card Center will be open in its new location as of Tuesday, March 4th.

The emergency telephone number for the NYU Public Safety Command Center remains the same: 212-998-2222. For information regarding the NYU ID Card, please call 212-443-CARD (2273).

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Press Contact: Phil Lentz | (212) 998-6833


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