Individuals may contact the police directly. Alternatively, students may seek assistance from a Title IX Coordinator or confidential Victim Advocate when notifying the police. A Title IX Coordinator can assist in setting up an initial meeting with the police.
Questions about whether the reported prohibited conduct constitutes a penal law violation should be addressed to law enforcement.
Law Enforcement can be reached at any time by calling “911” for emergencies or one of the numbers listed below.
- Cornell University Police Department
- Ithaca Police Department
- New York State Police
- New York State Police 24-hour dedicated campus sexual assault hotline
New York City Campuses
In an emergency, call 911.
- Weill Cornell Medical College
Students, staff and faculty at Weill Cornell Medical School should access the Weill Cornell sexual misconduct website for New York City resources and reporting options.
- Cornell Tech
At Cornell Tech, students can contact the Associate Dean of Students, who is a liaison to the Office of the Title IX Coordinator for students in New York City’s Cornell Tech program. The Associate Dean of Students provides support, assists students accessing local resources and support services in NYC or Ithaca, and connects students to the University Title IX Coordinator. Cornell Tech staff and faculty interested in reporting and resource options should contact Julie Delay, Senior Director of Human Resources.