Brochures and crime prevention pamphlets are available at Student Affairs Offices and the Department of Public Safety and Transportation.

Bias Crimes: What the Adelphi Community Needs to Know

Bias crimes (hate crimes) are criminal acts committed by an individual(s) motivated by a bias against the victim’s race, gender, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation and disability.

Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking: What Every Adelphi Student Needs to Know

Domestic violence and dating violence offenses which exhibit a pattern of coercive tactics, including physical, psychological, sexual, economic and emotional abuse.

Sexual Assault: What Every Adelphi Student Needs to Know

Sexual assault describes all forms of sexual violence against male and female victims by force or threat of force and without consent.

Personal Theft: What Every Adelphi Student Needs to Know

Theft is the #1 reported crime on college and university campuses. This brochure is a brief guide on how to safeguard your property and what to do if you are a victim of theft.

Emergency Procedures

If an emergency procedure is required, remain calm and contact public safety. Provide assistance to others if necessary.

Annual Security Report and Fire Evacuation Tips

These evacuation tips will help you in case of an emergency.

NYS Penal Law Vs. Campus Disciplinary Procedure

The New York State Education Law Article 129-B requires that college/university or other officials explain differences between college/university processes and the criminal justice process in addressing sexual and interpersonal violence.

Sexual Assault: What Every Adelphi Employee Needs to Know

Sexual assault describes all forms of sexual violence against male and female victims by force or threat of force and without consent.

Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking: What Every Adelphi Employee Needs to Know

Domestic violence and dating violence offenses which exhibit a pattern of coercive tactics, including physical, psychological, sexual, economic and emotional abuse.

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