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Campus Safety

The Department of Campus Safety, working in partnership with other college departments, provides a safe and orderly campus through enforcement of college and community standards and safety education, which fosters students learning and development, and cultivates mutual trust among members of the NEC community to share responsibility for maintaining an environment that is conducive to learning, working productively, and personal development.

The Department of Campus Safety, located at 58 Union Street, consists of six full-time and one part-time safety officer who work a schedule that provides maximum coverage during the busiest time periods and for social and special events such as concerts and dances.

Safety officers provide a variety of functions ranging from enforcement of college policies, patrol of campus grounds, building security ( locking/unlocking buildings and setting alarms), investigation of campus incidents, liaison with local police on college and town issues, and enforcement of campus traffic and parking rules and regulations.

The Department of Campus Safety is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In an emergency you can contact a Campus Safety officer by using one of the 11 emergency phones placed in key locations throughout the campus or by dialing 603.428.2323.

Having earned a reputation for fairness and helpfulness allows the Department of Campus Safety to maintain a close rapport with the New England College community.

Additional Campus Safety Information

Students are responsible for reading and adhering to all policies of New England College as detailed in the student handbook.  To access the following campus safety- related information is found under the headings below in the Student Handbook.

College Policies:
sexual assault, harassment, hazing, domestic violence, drug and alcohol use, academic policies, etc.

Parking Information:
rules and regulations, location of campus parking lots, enforcement philosophy, parking assignments, appeals board, violations with corresponding fines, snow removal

Personal Safety:
tips on common sense safety practices

Student’s Right to Know:
Clery crime statistics, Drug Free School & Campus Act (alcohol and drug  policies).

Campus Sex Crime Prevention Act:
State of New Hampshire website information pertaining to sexual offender registration, identification, and rights and privileges.

Missing Student Policy:
Procedure for missing students.

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