Reporting Off Campus


We encourage you to report incidents of sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking to the local police, as well as to college personnel. If you choose, you may also contact the Crime Victims Services Unit of the Albany County District Attorney’s office about the process for filing criminal complaints.

If you wish, a Siena College staff person will accompany you and assist you in filing a report with the police.

If the perpetrator is a member of the College community, you may also pursue campus conduct review proceedings.

Local police in an emergency                                                         911
Colonie Police Department                                                             518-783-2811
Albany Police Department                                                               518-438-4000
Albany County District Attorney                                                    518-487-5460
(Includes the Crime Victim Services Unit)
Other Local Support Resources

Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center
                                    Crisis Hotline                                 518-447-7716
                                    Main Number                                 518-447-5500
Equinox Inc. Domestic Violence Services
                                    Crisis Hotline                                 518-432-7865
                           Main Number                        518-434-6135
In Our Own Voices - LGBT Domestic Violence Support Line 518-432-4341
The Legal Project (free/low cost legal services)                                                          518-435-1770