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Office Location: 2 Stuyvesant Oval
Telephone: (212) 598-5233
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-8pm; Weekends & Holidays 9am-3pm

Peter Cooper Village - Stuyvesant Town is patrolled 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year. Public Safety Officers can be found in cars, on foot, and on bike. Security cameras and "code blue" stations are positioned around the neighborhood for additional security. Stuyvesant Town is unquestionably one of the safest neighborhoods in New York City.

To reach a Public Safety Officer at any time, please call (212) 598-5233 or visit the Public Safety Office located at 2 Stuyvesant Oval.

Please click here for an important letter from Public Safety regarding neighborhood security and tips for staying safe.

Safety Tips
  • Don't Hold the Door - All residents have an ID card that allows them access to their building. Each time a resident holds the door open for someone, the security system is compromised. We understand it may not seem “neighborly” to not hold the door open but we assure you your fellow residents will understand. If someone is seeking to gain access without an ID card, please notify Public Safety immediately by pressing the button on the intercom or by calling Public Safety at (212) 598-5233.

  • Don’t Prop the Door Open - Keeping the door open similarly compromises the security of the entire building and may allow unauthorized individuals to enter. Please note that any entrance door that is propped open triggers an alarm at the Public Safety Department. Officers will investigate and respond as necessary.

  • Don’t Let Anyone You Don’t Know Into Your Apartment - PCVST employees will always show ID if they need to access your apartment. Otherwise, never let anyone you don’t know into your apartment. If you have concerns about the authenticity of the employee, you can verify his/her identity with Resident Services or Public Safety at (212) 598-5233.

  • Remain Vigilant - Residents should always stay alert and be cognizant of their surroundings. If residents see anything suspicious, call Public Safety immediately.

  • Call Public Safety - Public Safety can be reached by calling (212) 598-5233. Public Safety can also be reached by using any of the 36 blue light phones located around the property or the intercom in each of the building lobbies. These phones call directly to Public Safety Headquarters and are fully outfitted with cameras so officers can maintain visual contact with the caller.

Crime Prevention Tips