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.

The NYU Department of Public Safety records all crimes reported to the Department in the Daily Crime Log.  Crime Log entries include all crimes that occurred on campus, in or on our non-campus buildings or property, and on public property within the NYU campus.  In addition to this online version of the Daily Crime Log, a hardcopy is available to the public upon request and can be viewed at the NYU Department of Public Safety's Command Center located at 7 Washington Place.

Incident No.  Reported
Date/ Time
Category
Type
Building/
Site Name
Incident Summary Incident
Status
1-2016-002337 12/04/2016 8:50 p.m Larceny On Campus A student reported that an unknown male bumped into him in front of King Juan Carlos Center and knocked his phone out of his hand. The unknown male allegedly then fled with the phone. A police report was filed. Open/Under Investigation
1-2016-002335 12/04/2016 8:51 p.m Larceny On Campus A student reported that his bicycle was missing from a handrailing in Schwartz Plaza. Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
1-2016-002325 12/03/2016 5:27 p.m Larceny Weinstein Hall An employee said that her coat was missing from a couch on the C-Level of Weinstein Residence Hall. A police report was filed. Open/Under Investigation
1-2016-002314 12/01/2016 6:36 p.m Larceny Dental Center A student reported that her laptop was missing from her locker. Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
1-2016-002312 12/01/2016 4:50 p.m Criminal Mischief 5 Washington Place A student reported that she noticed graffitti written on the arm of her desk chair. A police report was filed. Open/Under Investigation
1-2016-002311 12/01/2016 3:15 p.m Larceny Dental Center A student reported that the back tire of his bicycle was missing from his bicycle, which was attached to the bike rack at the Dental Center. Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation