Safety and Law Enforcement
Many parents and students are concerned about personal safety issues on college campuses. SUNY Polytechnic Institute understands that concern and accepts its responsibility to employ security measures to ensure that our students enjoy their years at SUNY Poly as free as possible from any threats to their safety or well-being. The following link provides information concerning some of the general security policies followed by our staff.
- General Security Policies
- Sex Offender Registry
- Missing Person/ Student Policy/ Procedures
- Domestic Violence
Accident or Injuries
Report of Accident or Injury (pdf)
SUNY Poly is committed to maintaining an environment in which students, faculty, staff and guests can work together free of all forms of harassment, exploitation and intimidation. Refer to the college policy on this subject for additional information. The following document will provide more information concerning our policies.
Each year SUNY Polytechnic Institute's University Police Department provides members of the campus community with information related to campus crime. Our crime statistics are also submitted to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services and the U.S Department of Education. Our crime statistics for the past three years are available to you by viewing Crime Statistics (pdf) or at the U.S. Department of Education website: ope.ed.gov/security. The statistics listed in these documents are a great testament to the safety of our campus.
Copies of the University Police Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (Clery Report) is available in the University Police Department, 126 Kunsela Hall, or may be requested by calling 792-7222 or e-mail Chief of Police at: Gary.Bean@sunyit.edu