At Brookdale we take every precaution to ensure the safety of our students and employees. This includes providing all members of the Brookdale community with the knowledge, tools and support they need to protect themselves and others.

Below are some additional tips and resources for students, employees and community members visiting a Brookdale campus.

Sexual Misconduct and Assault

While you can never completely protect yourself from sexual assault, there are some things you can do to help reduce your risk of being assaulted:

If someone is pressuring you and you need to get out of an uncomfortable situation:

Public Safety and Crime Prevention

Going to Your Car

When Driving

See Something, Say Something

You have the power to protect yourself and your fellow Brookdalians by being observant on campus. Keep an eye open for suspicious persons, questionable actions, dangerous conditions or crimes, and report it to the on-campus Sheriff’s Office (732-224-2222) or a college official quickly.

If an individual is involved, try to observe person’s height, weight, age, complexion, dress, speech, movement and anything unusual. Identify two or more notable characteristics, and try to compare their physical proportions and age with someone you know.

If a vehicle is involved, write down the color, make and license number.

Contact Information for Campus Emergencies