NY reviewing Enough is Enough law that protects students against sexual assault

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered a comprehensive review of the state’s Enough is Enough law.

According to the governor’s office, the law requires all colleges and universities in the state to adopt a set of comprehensive guidelines related to domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual assault to ensure the safety of all students.

The law also created a statewide hotline for victims to request State Police assistance by calling (844)-845-7269.

Among other requirements of the law, colleges and universities must:

“As Governor of New York, but even more so as a father, the safety of New York’s students is my top priority,” Governor Cuomo said. “New York led the nation by signing into law the strongest policy to combat sexual assault on college campuses, and now we are ensuring every university fully meets their obligations under that law. We must take every measure to protect our students from harm, and we will accept nothing less from our state’s colleges and universities. Enough is enough.”

Gov. Cuomo signed the measure into law in 2015.