Days (603) 230-4042
Nights/Weekends/Emergency (603) 224-3287
Other Important Phone Numbers
The Campus Safety Department operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Officers conduct vehicle and foot patrols on campus. Campus Safety officers do not make arrests, however, Campus Safety works closely with the New Hampshire State Police and the Concord Police Department. Daily activity logs are maintained and available to the public within two days of an event.
NHTI strongly encourages the reporting of crimes, accidents, incidents and emergencies. To contact Campus Safety, dial 9-224-3287 from any campus phone. Also, direct access can be made by using the call boxes located inside every elevator or accessing the "Code Blue" phones located on campus.
Members of the college community must assume responsibility for their own personal safety and the security of their personal belongings by taking simple, common sense precautions. For example, although the campus is well lit, any student may feel more comfortable calling Campus Safety for an escort to their vehicle. Also, consider using the "buddy system" to walk to the parking lot. Vehicles should always be locked and valuables stored out of sight. Any suspicious individuals or activity should be reported immediately.
The College encourages reporting directly to local authorities in situations where the need is obvious, such as a theft you see taking place or a situation requiring immediate medical attention, etc. Notification of College personnel should take place after the emergency authorities are en route.
Further information on safety and security is provided to students and employees through posters, brochures, the weekly newsletter Campus Comments and residence hall meetings. These are some of the programs that will be provided throughout the year: defensive driving, CPR AED, alcohol and drug awareness, and other educational programming.
Students are responsible for reading and adhering to all policies of NHTI, as they are detailed in the Student Handbook.
For the NHTI Crime Statistics for the three previous years go to the Annual Security Report.