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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

1-2014-002031 08/14/2014 4:40pm Larceny 80 Lafayette On time and date of report, a student reported that after moving her items to a new residence hall room, someone entered the room and took food, clothing and an appliance from her room between the hours of 3:00am and 4:00pm. Police were notified. Open/Under Investigation
1-2014-002031 08/09/2014 12:15pm Menacing Dibner Library On time and date of report, a contract employee reported that one of his co-workers allegedly threatened him with a knife during an argument in front of Dibner Library. The NYPD was notified and the co-worker was arrested. Closed/Arrest Made
1-2014-002000 08/09/2014 12:05pm Larceny 19 West 4th St. On time and date of report, a man reported that he locked his bicycle at 19 West 4th St. at 11:50am. When he returned at 12:05pm his bicycle lock was cut and the bike was missing. Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
1-2014-001997 08/08/2014 6:25pm Larceny Kimmel On time and date of report, a student reported that his laptop, left unattended from 1:00pm to 1:15pm in Kimmel's 2nd Floor lounge, was stolen. Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
1-2014-001979 08/06/2014 3:05pm Larceny Palladium On time and date of report, a student reported that her bicycle, left at Palladium's 1st floor bike room on May 11, 2014, was missing. Police notification was declined Closed/No witnesses or suspects
1-2014-001971 08/06/2014 9:30pm Larceny University Hall On time and date of report a faculty member reported her son left a scooter unattended in the hallway of the 15th floor from 08/05/14 at 7:00pm and discovered the scooter missing when he returned to the hallway on 08/06/14 at 9:00am. Closed/Property returned
1-2014-001961 08/05/2014 9:30am Larceny ARC Building On time and date of report a staff member stated he left a stack of  18 gift cards in an envelope in his office on 08/04/14 at 5:10pm and discovered 2 gift cards where missing from the envelope when he handed the envelope over to another employee on 08/05/14 at 9:30am.  Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
1-2014-001958 08/05/2014 12:10am Larceny Tisch Hall On time and date of report a student stated he left his bicycle secured in the bicycle rack in the rear of the building on 08/04/14 at 4:45pm and discovered it missing when he returned on 08/05/14 at 12:10am.  Police notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
1-2014-001949 08/02/2014 4:35pm Larceny Starbucks on the Square On time and date of report a student stated he left his backpack unattended on a table with a laptop inside at 3:45pm and discovered it missing when he returned to the table at 4:10pm.  NYPD notification was declined. Open/Under Investigation
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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