The College at Brockport has programs to protect all members of the College community from sexual assault, including programs for prevention and prosecution of crimes that occur within the jurisdiction of the University Police.
University Police and student development staff provide programs promoting awareness of rape, acquaintance rape, and sex offenses during New Student Orientation and throughout the academic year.
Allegations of sexual assault or rape occurring on campus should be reported as soon as possible to University Police, (585) 395-2226. Off campus incidents should be reported to the Brockport Police Department or the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department by calling 9-1-1.
Efforts are made to ensure the confidentiality of all reports, except as required to investigate the alleged offenses. College authorities may issue a safety alert to the College community, depending on the circumstances of the crime. Victims may choose criminal prosecution, a referral to the student conduct system, or both.
Members of the campus community may report criminal incidents to:
Victims also can report a crime on a voluntary, confidential basis. Reports of this nature are filed with the University Police for information purposes only, but there is no formal investigation Counseling Center professionals, who are informed by persons they are counseling of the commission of a crime, may also inform that person that crimes can be reported to the Office of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs on a voluntary, confidential basis for inclusion in the College’s crime statistics only.
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