The primary mission of Campus Safety is to provide exceptional public safety services to ensure a safe learning environment with the cooperation of the college community and external agencies based on the values of fairness, integrity, and respect.

  • Fairness: Treat all persons impartially, with consideration, compassion, and understanding. Be equally responsive to all members of the community we serve.
  • Integrity: Commit to ethical conduct, honesty, and trustfulness in the execution of our duties.
  • Respect: Treat all persons in a dignified and courteous manner while valuing and understating their unique individual backgrounds.

Campus Safety operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Officers conduct vehicle and foot patrols of the campus. Campus Safety officers do not make arrests; we work closely with the N.H. State Police and the Concord Police Department. 

Safety and security information is regularly provided to the college community through alerts, email, posters, and brochures.

As per the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, the NHTI Annual Security and Fire Reports have been prepared by Campus Safety using statistical and other information supplied by NHTI Campus Security authorities, the Concord Police Department, and the N.H. State Police.

Campus Safety Services

Campus Safety provides the following safety and assistance related services including:

Should lock your keys in an classroom/office:

  • Contact a employee of the department. If an employee is unavailable, contact Campus Safety at 603-224-3287.

Campus Safety will perform unlock requests providing the following:

  • You wait at the room once you have made the unlock request.
  • You have prior authorization to access the location.
  • You can provide identification. (ID can be shown once the door is unlocked if it’s inside the room.)

NHTI has lockers available:

  • Sweeney Hall third floor and Little Hall second floor lockers are available to faculty, staff, and students.
  • MacRury Hall restroom lockers are for Dental Program students only and are assigned through the Dental Program.
  • The Wellness Center and Sweeney Hall locker room lockers are for day use only and are issued through the Wellness Center Office.

Locker users are encouraged to purchase locks to secure the locker. NHTI is not responsible for lost or stolen articles contained within the locker. To reserve a locker, please contact Campus Safety at 603-224-3287 or NHTIcampussafety@ccsnh.edu.

View full Locker Policy here.

Campus Safety takes possession of lost items found on campus. They are inventoried, logged, and held for 30 days, after which they are discarded.

To retrieve your property, go to Campus Safety, provide valid identification, and sign the lost and found inventory log indicating you have received your property.

Contact Campus Safety for claims and inquiries regarding lost property at 603-224-3287 or NHTIcampussafety@ccsnh.edu.

Campus Safety will respond and attempt to unlock your vehicle under the following circumstances:

  • You wait by the vehicle.
  • You can provide proof it is your vehicle through registration, insurance, etc.
  • You complete a Motor Vehicle Lockout Card and sign the waiver absolving NHTI and Campus Safety from liability for any damage done to your vehicle.

Every vehicle is different, and there are no guarantees that officers will be able to open your vehicle.

Campus Safety will respond and attempt to jumpstart your vehicle under the following circumstances:

  • You wait by the vehicle.
  • You can provide proof it is your vehicle through registration, insurance, etc.
  • You complete a Motor Vehicle Jumpstart Card and sign the waiver absolving NHTI and Campus Safety from liability for any damage done to your vehicle.

Every vehicle is different, and the issues with the vehicle may not be a dead battery. There are no guarantees that officers will be able to jumpstart your vehicle.

For a residence hall room lockout: 

  • Contact Residence Life. If you are unable to reach a Residence Life staff member, contact Campus Safety at 603-224-3287.

An officer will perform an unlock request provided the following:

  • You wait at your assigned room once you have made the unlock request.
  • You are the legal occupant of the room as verified on the NHTI Residence housing roster.
  • You can provide identification. (ID can be shown once your door is unlocked if it’s inside your room.)

Campus Safety officers will not provide an unlock service of a room other than your own, nor will they provide access to a residence hall for non-residents.  

We offer the following types of escorts on campus:

  • Walking escorts on college property for identified safety-related concerns
  • Motor vehicle escorts for medical-related concerns

You may request this service at any time by contacting Campus Safety’s Emergency Line at 603-224-3287 or through one of the ten Code Blue Assistance phones located throughout the college grounds.

When contacting Campus Safety, provide us with your name, current location, reason why escort is needed, and destination. You will be given an estimated time of arrival to your location.

Please remember Campus Safety officers have many other responsibilities and may not be able to respond immediately to your request.

Your student ID serves many purposes both on and off campus, such as checking out books from the NHTI Library, accessing the Wellness Center, and using equipment in the student center.

Getting Your First Student ID

  1. Orientation – When you arrive at Orientation, you’ll be given a schedule that allows you time to have your student ID picture taken. Student IDs are taken in Sweeney Hall.
  2. Campus Safety Office – If you are unable to get your student ID picture at orientation, visit the Campus Safety office at 1 Institute Drive, on the second floor of the Business/Campus Safety building. You can also visit Sweeney Hall room 214 during normal business hours. 
  3. Evening Students – You can get your student ID by calling Campus Safety at 603-224-3287. An officer will meet you at the Campus Safety office and process your ID. 

Validating your ID

Once you have obtained your student ID, it can be validated at the Bursar’s Office, located on the first floor of Sweeney Hall, during normal office hours. A new validation sticker is issued each semester to reflect that you’re currently registered for classes and have made arrangements to pay all tuition and fees.

Replacing Your Student ID

If you need a new student ID for any reason, go to the Campus Safety office, located at 1 Institute Drive. The fee for each replacement is $25.00. This charge is applied to your student account at the Bursar’s Office. You will need to go to the Bursar’s Office to have the replacement ID validated.

Prevention and Support Services

NHTI Alerts, through Rave Mobile Safety, is an emergency notification system that helps ensure rapid and reliable mass communication to students, faculty, and staff. The system communicates with cell phones (text and voice messages), landlines, and email systems should a weather closure/delay, emergency situation, or crisis occur on the NHTI campus.

NHTI students, faculty, and staff are automatically registered to receive alerts via college email and are strongly encouraged to add their cell phone, landline, or other emails to the system profile. The system’s reliability is dependent on the accuracy of the contact information.

To access or update your contact info, visit https://www.getrave.com/login/nhti.

Download our NHTI Alerts FAQ.

The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) serves as a central network focused on preventive and timely intervention before a crisis arises. BIT is a resource for faculty, staff, and students by which they can report behaviors that may evoke alarm or concern among involved persons. These can include but are not limited to:

  • Suspected violations of college policies
  • Concerns about a student’s well-being
  • Self-injurious behavior/suicidal ideation or attempt
  • Erratic behavior (including on-line activities) that disrupts the mission and/or normal proceedings of college students, faculty, staff, or community
  • Threats of a weapon on campus
  • Hospital transport for alcohol and drug use/abuse
  • Behaviors which appears to be dangerous or threatening to others
  • Other behavior that is inappropriate or disruptive

The BIT process does not replace faculty classroom management, disciplinary processes, and/or public safety responses to incidents.

If you need immediate assistance with a threat or concern, contact Campus Safety at 603-224-3287.

Victim Services

If you are the victim of a crime, NHTI Campus Safety is here to help you:

Critical Incident and Emergency Response

Campus Safety serves as the Office of Emergency Management for NHTI. All department staff are trained the the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS), Incident Command System (ICS), and All Hazards Approach to incident management and emergency response. We partner with external agencies and internal departments to ensure comprehensive incident and emergency response in all phases of emergency operations.

N.H. Homeland Security and Emergency Management

  • Active Shooter Response
  • Bomb Threat/IED Response
  • Hazmat Release/Industrial Accidents
  • Power Outage/Utility Failure
  • Structural/Wildfire
  • Evacuation Procedures