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The purpose of the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) is to advise the Cornell Police on issues related to current campus security policies and procedures and make recommendations for their improvement relating to: 

  • educating the campus community, including security personnel and those who advise or supervise students, about sexual assault;
  • educating the campus community about personal safety and crime prevention;
  • reporting sexual assaults, domestic violence and stalking incidents and assisting victims during investigations;
  • referring complaints to appropriate authorities;
  • counseling victims; and
  • responding to inquiries from concerned persons.

This committee is appointed by the President in compliance with Article 129-A; Section 6431 of the New York State Education Law.  After its last meeting for the academic year but before the last day in June, the Committee must compile and report to the President of the University all of its findings and recommendations for the current academic year. This committee is chartered and managed by the Cornell University Police serving as the responsible administrative unit.  

Public Safety Advisory Committee Charge

Fall 2010 Meeting:

Spring 2011 Meeting:

Fall 2011 Meeting:

Spring 2012 Meeting:

Fall 2012 Meeting:

Spring 2013 Meeting:

Spring 2014 Meeting:

Fall 2014 Meeting:

Fall 2015 Meeting