Personal Safety Advisory Committee

Links to Safety Related Information, Initiatives, and Organizations 

I. Clery Act Information

As per the requirements of the Clery Act, on an annual basis all faculty and staff are to be informed of the website containing information about crime statistics at the University. A copy of Binghamton University's Annual Security Report is available by accessing the following website: This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Binghamton University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault, and other matters.

II. Mandatory On-line training for employees

Right to Know, Sexual Harassment, Internal Controls, and Workplace Violence Prevention:

III. Voluntary Safety Training for Students and Employees

Safe Zone Training: The Binghamton University Safe Zone was established to provide a visible institutional support network for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender and questioning individuals. Its mission is to create a safe, supportive and welcoming environment for all LGBTQ people. The Safe Zone initiative is consistent with Binghamton University's anti-discrimination policy and its commitment to building an inclusive community. Allies of the Safe Zone are committed to providing an environment in which every student and University employee can live and work in a community based on respect. Allies of the Safe Zone have undergone training and are supportive of LGBTQ individuals.

IV. Interpersonal Violence Resources

    • University Police: 607-777-2222 or 911 (on campus)
    • Harpur's Ferry: 607-777-3579 or 911
    • Decker Student Health Services: 607-777-2221
    • University Counseling Center: 607-777-2772
    • High Hopes Crisis Prevention: 607-777-4357
    • Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator: 607-777-3062
    • Dean of Students: 607-777-2804
    • Affirmative Action: 607-777-4775
    • Student Conduct: 607-777-6210
    • University Ombudsman: 607-777-2388
    • Employee Assistance Program: 607-777-6650
      • Binghamton General Hospital Crisis Center:607-762-2302 and 607-762-2458
      • Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier: 607-771-8888
      • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
      • Trevor Lifeline Project (LGBTQ): 866-488-7386
      • New Horizons Drug and Alcohol Crisis Line:607-762-3232
      • Addiction Crisis Center: 607-723-3321
      • Addiction Center for Broome County: 607-723-7308
      • Broome County / Binghamton AA: 607-722-0889
      • Narcotics Anonymous: 607-774-4907
      • Gamblers Anonymous Support Group: 607-754-0746
      • Broome County Dispatcher: 911 (off campus)
      • City of Binghamton Police Department: 607-723-5321
      • Town of Vestal: 607-754-2111
      • Village of Johnson City: 607-729-9321
      • Endicott Police Department: 607-785-3341
      • Crime Victims Assistance Center: 607-723-3200
      • 24 hour hotline: 607-722-4256
      • SOS Shelter (more than Shelter services): 607-754-4340
      • A New Hope Center (Owego): 607-687-6866
      • Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-942-6906
      • Broome County Family Violence Prevention Council: 607-778-2153
      • Planned Parenthood: 607-763-8306
      • Lourdes Hospital: 607-798-5231
      • Wilson Hospital (Johnson City): 607-763-6611
      • Binghamton General Hospital: 607-762-2231
      • First Call for Help: 211 or 800-901-2180
      • Southern Tier Independence Center: 607-724-2111
      • ACCORD, Center for Dispute Resolution: 607-724-5153
      • Southern Tier Aids Program: 607-798-1706
      • Identity Youth Center (LGBTQ): 607-651-9120
      • PFLAG (LGBTQ): 607-748-3984

V. Employee-centered reports/policies include:

VI. Campus Safety Resources

VII. Emergency Alert System and Emergency Communications 

Binghamton University has an emergency communications system at including use of an outdoor siren. The system utilizes the University's website, BU Alert Line, Dateline, B-line listservs, campus cable channel 42, voicemail and electronic message boards. For more information, visit

In an emergency, students, staff and faculty receive critical information through multiple official sources - Select "Emergency Text / E-mail Alerts" from the Main Menu for more information.


VIII. Binghamton University Committees/Groups/Departments that Address Safety Issues on Campus

X. Student Association chartered student groups related to safety concerns:

Last Updated: 8/5/16