Reporting OptionsDownload PDF flyer Seuxal Misconduct Initial Report Form (Online)
If you are the victim/survivor of sexual violence, you are not alone.
Confidential Advocacy and Emotional Support Services
Survivor Advocate & Prevention Specialist, Samantha August | Cell
CONFIDENTIAL resource for students who experience sexual violence. Samantha can assist survivors with support and resoruces on and off campus. Crisis support/emergency response is provided 24/7.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) |
Free student counseling is available 24/7: Between 9am and 5pm, visit the CAPS office, located on the second floor of the Student Health Service building, 1 Stadium Rd., next to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium parking.
AFTER HOURS: Call and talk to a crisis counselor.
Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk County (VIBS) Family Violence and Rape Crisis
This off-campus community-based counseling and advocacy resource assists survivors of domestic violence, rape and sexual assault.
New York State Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline at 1-800-942-6906.
English & Español/Multi-language Accessibility. Deaf or hard of hearing: 711. In NYC: 1-800-621-HOPE (4673) or dial 311 TTY: 1-866-604-5350. In New York City, call 1-800-621-HOPE (4673) or dial 311.
Confidential Medical Services
WITHIN 96 Hours (Four Days) of Incident
Sexual Assault Nurse Examination (SANE) Center at Stony Brook University Hospital (SBUH)
101 Nicolls Rd., Stony Brook, NY 11794
Courtesy of Stony Brook University Clinical Simulation Center & Jennifer Brazier
You may request a free medical and forensic exam at the SBUH emergency room. Our nurse is trained to obtain evidence should you decide to report the incident to polices and/or press charges later. VIBS will provide a rape crisis counselor. SAFE services are open to any gender at NO COST. Your parents will NOT be notified. Our University Police will transport you to the SANE Center without requiring you to make a police report.
AFTER 96 Hours (Four Days) of Incident
Student Health Services |
You may obtain confidential medical care on campus. The office is located at 1 Stadium Rd., next to Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium parking.
OEA/Title IX Coordinator, Marjolie Leonard |
The Office of Equity and Access investigates all allegations and, where appropriate, ensures Title IX compliance and implementation of University policy and procedures related to all forms of sexual misconduct and discrimination.
To file a Police report (On-Campus)
University Police | (from your cell phone) or 333 (from campus phone)
To file a Police report (Off-Campus)
Suffolk County Police Department | 911 (from your cell phone)
To file a report to State Police
To report a sexual assault on a New York college campus to the State Police, call the dedicated 24-hour hotline at 1-844-845-7269. In an emergency, call 911.