The Campus Safety Department encourages reporting of all actual or suspected violations of Federal and State law, city ordinances and violations of NHTI rules, regulations and policy.

The following is a list of crimes that are required to be reported either the Federal, State or Local Authorities.

Per the Clery Act the following crimes are to be reported to the Department of Education. Individuals designated as Campus Safety Authorities (CSA) are required to report the following:

Criminal Offenses

  • Criminal Homicide
    • Murder
    • Non-Negligent Manslaughter
  • Manslaughter by Negligence
  • Sexual Assault
    • Rape
    • Fondling
    • Incest
    • Statutory Rape
  • Robbery
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Burglary
  • Motor Vehicle Theft
  • Arson

Hate Crimes

  • Includes All Criminal Offenses Listed Above
  • Larceny-Theft
  • Simple Assaults
  • Intimidation
  • Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property

Violence Against Woman Act (VAWA) Offenses

  • Dating Violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Stalking

Arrests or Referrals for Disciplinary Action

  • Weapon Law Violations
  • Drug Abuse Violations
  • Liquor Law Violations

Per the Federal Title IX law all NHTI employees are designated as Responsible Employees and are required to report the following crimes to either the NHTI Title IX Coordinator or the Campus Safety Department:

  • Dating Violence
  • Domestic Violence
  • Stalking
  • Other Sexual Misconduct (i.e. exploitation)
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Gender Based Discrimination
    • Sex
    • Sexual Orientation
    • Gender Identity

Per New Hampshire State Law there is a duty by anyone to report the following to State Authorities either by Contacting local law enforcement or the Department of Health and Human Services. IF you need assistance contact the Campus Safety Department.

Child Abuse and Neglect

Per New Hampshire State Law any person “…having reason to suspect that a child has been abused or neglected shall report…” the neglect or abuse.  A child is defined as any person who has not reached his eighteenth birthday. Reference New Hampshire State Law RSA 169-C:29 for more information on duty to report.

Protective Services to Adults

Per New Hampshire State Law “Any person, including, but not limited to, physicians, other health care professionals, social workers, clergy, and law enforcement officials, suspecting or believing in good faith that any adult who is or who is suspected to be vulnerable has been subjected to abuse, neglect, self-neglect, or exploitation or is living in hazardous conditions shall report or cause a report to be made…”. Reference New Hampshire State Law RSA 161-F:46 for more information on duty to report.

Vulnerable  – “means that the physical, mental, or emotional ability of a person is such that he or she is unable to manage personal, home, or financial affairs in his or her own best interest, or he or she is unable to act or unable to delegate responsibility to a responsible caretaker or caregiver.”

For more information on Reportable Crime Definitions and Title IX reference the NHTI Annual Security Report.

If you are unsure if a crime is a reportable crime or not, contact the Campus Safety Department or submit an incident report and the Campus Safety Department will make the determination.