Crime information

Crime can affect anyone at any time. At Binghamton University, the New York State University Police are committed to working collaboratively with our community to reduce the opportunity for crime to occur, educating our community about crime prevention best practices, responding to incidents of criminal behavior and providing crime information to campus users.

Information below is designed to provide you with the tools necessary to join us in our effort to make Binghamton University a safe place to work, live and go to school.

Crime alert

There are no current crime alerts.

This notice is produced by the New York State University Police at Binghamton University as required by federal law.
Our non-emergency contact is 607-777-2393. Dial 911 in an emergency.

Crime statistics

The Campus Security Act of 1990 and The Clery Act of 1990 require colleges to report campus crime statistics and security measures to all students and employees by Oct. 1 of each year. These reports, including the University's Annual Security Report, can be found online.

Crime Mapping and Analysis

Learn about the data-driven, focused crime reduction approach of the City of Binghamton here at City of Binghamton Crime Mapping and Analysis

Sex Offender Registry

All sex offenders registered in New York are required to notify the registry of any institution of higher education at which they are or expect to be, whether for compensation or not, enrolled, attending or employed, and whether they reside or expect to reside in a facility operated by the institution. Changes in status at the institution of higher education must also be reported no later than 10 days after such change. The New York state law that governs the registry can be found in Correction Law, Article 6-C, the Sex Offender Registration Act
Find the New York State Sex Offender Registry online