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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

September 2015 Crime Log

Incident No.  Reported Date Reported Time Category Type Building/ Site Name Incident Summary Incident Status
1-2015-001694 09/02/2015 3:30pm Larceny On Campus A student stated that as he was walking north on Broadway in front of 721 Broadway, he was approached by 7 unidentified males who asked him for change of a hundred dollar bill.  The student stated he handed over (5) twenty dollar bills to one of the individuals, at which point all seven of the individuals fled the scene in different directions without handing over a hundred dollar bill.  Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
1-2015-001692 09/02/2015 11:00am Larceny Coles Sports Center A Student stated he left his bicycle secured to the exterior bike rack at 9:50am and discovered his bicycle missing when he returned for it at 10:41am.  Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
1-2015-001686 09/01/2015 3:15pm Larceny Dental Center A student stated that he left his backpack containing his laptop inside of it unattended in a lounge in the sub level at 12:00pm and discovered his backpack missing when he returned at 3:00pm. A police report was filed. Open/Under Investigation
1-2015-001682 09/01/2015 1:15am Larceny Rogers Hall A faculty member stated that a name plate was removed from his office door sometime between 10:00am and 10:30am.  Police 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.

Previous Annual Reports

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