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Cornell University Title IX

Promoting Gender Equity at Cornell

Law Enforcement

All individuals are urged to report any conduct that may constitute a crime to law enforcement immediately.  Police have a unique legal authority to seek and execute search warrants, to collect forensic evidence that may have been left at relevant locations, and to make an arrest when there is probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed.

An individual may pursue either, both, or neither of these options. Reports to the University and law enforcement may be made simultaneously.


 

Reporting to Law Enforcement 

Law Enforcement can be reached at any time by calling “911” for emergencies or one of the numbers listed below.

Cornell University Police Department

Ithaca Police Department

New York State Police:

  • 1850 Dryden Road
  • Freeville, NY 13068
  • (607) 347-4440

New York State Police 24-hour dedicated Campus Sexual Assault Hotline:

New York City Resources

Students at Weill Cornell Medical School should click here for New York City resources.

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