This report contains information regarding campus safety and security as
required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and
Campus Crime Statistics Act. This act requires all institutions to disclose
information about campus safety policies and procedures and to provide
statistics concerning whether certain crimes took place on campus.
Crimes are reported in the following seven major categories:
1. Murder; Negligent and Non‐negligent Manslaughter
2. Sex Offenses, including Rapes, Forcible and Non‐forcible
Sex Offenses, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Sexual
4. Aggravated Assault
6. Motor Vehicle Theft
In addition to these criminal categories under the Clery Act, LIBI will also report domestic
violence, dating violence, and stalking, if the incident was reported to the College.
Colleges are also required to disclose crimes by geographic location* and
whether those crimes were bias-motivated. To be classified as a Hate Crime
there must be evidence to show that the victim was intentionally selected
because of the perpetrator’s prejudice against one of the following: race,
gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin or disability.
* Campus crime statistics must be reported by location: On campus (owned,
contiguous, and educational or student used); In Dormitories or other student
residences (within the on‐campus area); Non‐campus buildings(streets, sidewalks, lots adjacent to campus, train/bus stations adjacent to campus).
Schools are also required to report the following three types of incidents
if they result in either an arrest or disciplinary referral:
1. Liquor Law Violations
2. Drug Law Violations
3. Illegal Weapons Possession
Pursuant to the Act, LIBI monitors criminal activity and publishes this report
containing a three-year statistical history of select crimes or incidents that
occur. The purpose of this report is to provide our students, faculty and
staff with campus safety information including crime statistics and
procedures to follow to report a crime.
The LIBI community (all current students, faculty and staff) are emailed
the safety plan on, or before, October 1st of each year. All questions regarding
this report should be addressed to the President of LIBI or to the Executive Assistant to the President, who prepare this report annually. Questions should be
emailed to email@example.com.
In the fall 2016, approximately 935 students were enrolled at the Long Island Business Institute. LIBI has no dormitories – 100% of our student body commutes to the College. Of the 935 students, 103 attend the Commack Campus. The college employed 18 full-time Faculty, 47 professional staff, and 89 part-time Faculty, including 8 Faculty and 5 professional staff assigned to the Commack Campus.
To download the complete Long Island Business Institute Annual Campus Security Report 2017, please
For further information, please visit the National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW) website, or click here.