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Annual Campus Security Policy
The Jeanne Clery Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 (Clery Act) requires colleges and schools to provide students and applicants a detailed report of crime statistics for the prior three years.
NYCI operates a campus which does not consist of discrete buildings, but rather sections or floors of an office/retail building. For purposes of Clery Act data collection and reporting, the following definitions apply:
Campus: Areas of buildings which are leased, owned or controlled by NYCI, including any classrooms, administrative offices, faculty offices, along with any hallways, lavatories, storage areas, stairwells, elevators or other areas used exclusively by NYCI staff, faculty or students.
Non-Campus Property: All other areas of campus buildings that are not otherwise included in the definition of “campus” (above), including any hallways, elevators or outdoor areas owned or controlled by the building/development owners and routinely used by NYCI’s students. These areas are considered part of the “‘campus” for the purposes of the statistics above.
Public Property: Any public thoroughfares, streets, alleys, sidewalks and/or public parking facilities that are immediately adjacent to, and accessible from, the campus.
Campus Security Policies
Timely Warning: In addition to the required annual Campus Security Report, NYCI will provide a timely warning to the campus community of any occurrences of the following crimes that are reported to campus officials or local police agencies and are considered to represent a serious or continuing threat to students and employees:
- sex offense
- aggravated assault
- motor vehicle theft
- hate crimes
- arrests for liquor/drug or weapons violations
- campus discipline for liquor/drugs/weapons
If the school is aware of such a crime, and the management of the school feels that a serious and continuing threat to students and employees exists, the Accociate Campus Director will post notices in various locations throughout the campus, including all entrance/exit doors from the campus areas of the building. These notices will remain in place for ten days, or longer if school management feels a continuing threat remains.
Security of Campus Facilities: NYCI campus facilities are private property. All visitors must report to the reception desk and be admitted to the grounds/buildings. Any unauthorized visitation or other trespassing on NYCI’s facilities, including trespassing by students during non-business hours, is strictly prohibited.
Crime Prevention Program: NYCI does not maintain dormitories or other facilities that are used outside of regular school hours. Sufficient faculty and staff are available throughout the building and grounds during business hours to reduce the likelihood of crime during school hours. Students and employees are encouraged to be vigilant and observant when in the non-campus or public areas, and to protect themselves and each other by reporting suspicious or illegal activity to proper authorities immediately.
Campus Law Enforcement: NYCI does not maintain a law enforcement department or employ a security force, however, the building in which the NYCI facilities are housed does maintain security personnel. All crimes and other emergencies will be handled by the building security (if applicable) or local law enforcement agencies as appropriate.
Drug and Alcohol Policies: NYCI maintains a strong Drug and Alcohol Policy for the campus community.
Sexual Assault Prevention/Reporting: NYCI does not maintain dormitories or other facilities that are used outside of regular school hours. Sufficient faculty and staff are available throughout the building and grounds during business hours to make such an occurrence unlikely. Any crime, including sexual assault, on or off campus, should be reported immediately to the local police department or other appropriate law enforcement agency.
Distribution of Report/Policy: A notice of this report and policy statement will be given to all students and employees annually. Those wishing a printed copy of this report are welcomed to print this webpage, or may contact any member of the NYCI administration for a printed copy.