Public Law 102-26 requires that educational institutions report campus crime statistics on a regular basis and provide campus safety and crime prevention information. Swedish Institute publishes annually the number of crimes on campus reported to the police and the number of arrests for certain crimes committed on campus. This information is based upon data collected during the three most recent calendar years.
Applicants for enrollment may request information concerning the college’s Crime Awareness and Campus Security program from the Director of Student Services, an admissions representative or view Swedish Institute's Crime Awareness and Campus Brochure online and Campus Security Report online. Information about sexual assault and sexual harassment prevention is included.
- New York State Education Department Office of Higher Education, Webpage on Article 129-A of the Education Law
- New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault
- Bias Crimes (including penalties)/Hate Crimes Act of 2000
- Domestic Violence/Stalking/Article 120 of the Penal Code, Assault and Related Offenses”
- Office for the Prevention of Domenstic Violence
- Penalties for Sex Offenses
- Sex Offenses (including Sexual Assault)