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Crime Reports & Statistics

The New York University community is one of the safest areas in Greenwich Village, and Greenwich Village continues to be one of the safest areas in New York City. Statistics maintained by the New York City Police Department have shown a 28 percent reduction in serious crime over the last 9 years.


Past Crime Statistics

August 2014

1-2014-001939 08/01/2014 10:10am Larceny 721 Broadway On time and date of report a staff member stated he left his shopping cart with paint equipment in an office on 07/24/14 at 0810 hours and discovered the paint equipment missing from the cart when he returned to the office on 08/01/14 at 1005 hours.  NYPD notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation

Alcohol and Drug Use Policy Statement

The United States Department of Education issues regulations implementing the provisions of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989. These regulations require that the University distribute the following information to you annually concerning the possession, use, or distribution of alcohol and illicit drugs at the University.

Sexual Assault/Harassment Policy Statement

Sexual violence touches everyone's life in many different ways. It affects us all, regardless of your age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, class, or national origin. Sexual violence can encompass a variety of experiences a person may have, including sexual assault and sexual harassment, and can happen with someone you have just met, with an intimate partner, or with a stranger.

Talking about these issues can be very challenging. However, you are not alone, there are people who are here to help. This publications is intended to help you recognize misconduct of a sexual nature, to provide information about options and resources available as it relates to medical, legal, and counseling or support services, and to identify some tips to help reduce the risk of sexual assault. We encourage you to read this information, review it periodically so you will remember it, and keep this document for future reference.

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