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Durham Police Detectives have identified three persons of interest pertaining to an alleged attempte

Mon, 09/29/2014
Durham Police Detectives have identified three persons of interest pertaining to an alleged attempted abduction that occurred on Friday August 29, 2014 @ approximately 1:45AM in the Town of Durham. After extensive investigation and interviews, the alleged victim in this matter has declined to collaborate further causing the Durham Police to suspend any further investigation into the alleged incident. All inquires about the the release should be made to the Durham Police at 868-2324 UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

Police have learned that a female University of New Hampshire student falsely reported that she was

Wed, 09/24/2014
Police have learned that a female University of New Hampshire student falsely reported that she was assaulted on campus Saturday, September 20, 2014 “I want to commend the work of the police investigative team for bringing this investigation to a quick close and providing peace of mind for our campus community,” said UNH Police Chief Paul Dean. “The young woman recanted her story, and although I am aware of circumstances that would explain why she fabricated the incident, the university is reviewing all options including administrative sanctions. We work hard to create as safe an environment as possible for this community and false reports like this tend to elevate what should be a reasonable and appropriate level of caution to an unnecessary level of fear for our students, their families, and for the faculty, staff and other community members at UNH.” In compliance with the “Timely Notice” provision of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, university police are required to immediately notify the campus about certain crimes, including physical assaults committed by unknown assailants. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

In compliance with the provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy a

Mon, 09/22/2014
In compliance with the provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, the University of New Hampshire Police is providing notice of a physical assault of a female student on the path between Hubbard Hall and Christensen Hall. In the early morning hours of Saturday, September 20, 2014 a male in a dark hooded sweatshirt grabbed a female student by the waist, the female broke away and the male grabbed her again. The female yelled for help and when people in the area started coming over the male fled. We have no additional information to report at this time. University Police Officers, as well as Campus Service Officers, will be increasing their patrols of the areas, and will answer any safety concerns you might have, including providing safety escorts throughout our Community. The University of New Hampshire Police Department reminds everyone to call 911 IMMEDIATELY if you see or hear anything suspicious. PLEASE DO NOT wait to report suspicious activity to your friends or Resident Life Staff. Anyone having any additional information or was in the area of the assault and came to the aid of the victim is encouraged to contact the UNH Police Department at (603) 862-1427. Information or tips can also be provided to the University Police Department on the Department’s webpage or at URL: http://www.unh.edu/upd/anonymous-reporting or download our anonymous crime reporting app LIVESAFE at https://www.livesafemobile.com UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

In compliance with the provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy a

Tue, 09/16/2014
In compliance with the provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, the University of New Hampshire Police is providing notice of an armed robbery in Durham NH at the Irving/Circle “K” convenience store. On September 16, 2014 at approximately 4am a white male approximately 5’6, 180 lbs., wearing black sweatshirt, black sneakers with white soles,dark bandana around the face, displayed a handgun to the store clerk. The search for the suspect is active. The University and Durham Police Departments remind everyone to call 911 IMMEDIATELY if you see or hear anything suspicious. Anyone having information concerning the armed robbery at the Irving Circle K early this morning is encouraged to contact the Durham NH Police Department at 603-868-2334. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

The elevator in test alert will be out of service

Wed, 09/10/2014
The elevator in test alert will be out of service. We will send a message when the elevator is operational. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

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Fri, 08/29/2014
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On behalf Mark Rubinstein, Vice President for Student & Academic Services For the ...

Tue, 08/26/2014
On behalf Mark Rubinstein, Vice President for Student & Academic Services For the past several years, I have written to colleagues across the University to request assistance in facilitating the arrival of the incoming class by making sure that parking lots in the core of campus would be available for “staging” as nearly 3,000 first year students and their parents reached Durham. In most of those years, the move-in day has been a Friday and so we have had to ask that you make adjustments to your work schedule (and your weekday parking) to accommodate this effort, but this year, move-in is actually on Saturday. While I hope that this will result in less inconvenience, I do need to make the same request for the weekend to ensure that move-in—for approximately 3,200 first-year students—runs as smoothly as possible. Given some of the changes that have been made over the summer to traffic patterns and parking in downtown Durham, we anticipate the potential for greater congestion and greater challenges than in the past, and so it is going to be incredibly important (and really helpful) to have on-campus parking lots and roadways as clear as possible. As we have done in the past, the UNH Police Department and University Transportation Services will post signs ahead of the weekend and will begin to close-off parking lots on Friday afternoon, August 29th, in anticipation of Saturday’s move-in activity. From that point through Monday afternoon, September 1st, most of the campus core parking lots will be UNAVAILABLE because they will be used to support the move-in operations. If you drive to campus on any of these days, you need to know about the following conditions that will affect travel and parking (and that could result in cars being towed if they are left in lots that are designated as “closed”). You should also anticipate, and be prepared, for last minute changes and directions from the UNH Police who will be supervising parking and traffic. I apologize in advance for any inconvenience that this might cause you, but on behalf of our colleagues in Residential Life, Housing and the UNH Police Department (and our incoming students and their families), I thank you for your cooperation in providing the Class of 2018 with a great experience, and a great first impression of UNH, as they arrive—for the first time—as UNH students. Sincerely, Mark Saturday, August 30th : Freshman Move-In Lots closed From (4AM-4PM): A-lot, B-lot, C-lot, D-Lot, E-lot, E1-Lot, F-lot, H-lot, Q-Lot, U-Lot, J lot Strafford Lot, Elizabeth Demerit House Lot, ALL Brook Way lots (behind Stoke, Stillings, Jessie Doe), Ballard Loop, and SERC/Demeritt Circle lots including Forest Park South, Congreve Lot, Vehicles parked in the closed lots after 5:00 am will be towed. Lots Open: G1, M, Mast Lot 2, Barton, Field House East & West, Rosemary Lane Lot, West Edge Lot, T-Hall, Strafford Lot, Visitor Center, Z lot, Leavitt lane 1 & 2, Faculty/Staff parking will be limited to these few remaining parking lots that are not closed, the more remote faculty/staff lots west of the tracks, plus the Gables & Woodsides and Boulder Field parking will be available if weather permits. Please go to the Parking Services website at http://www.unh.edu/transportation/parking/ to view/download a map of all campus parking lots. Temporary Relocation of Campus Residents assigned to E/E1 and Forest Park South lots: E /E1 permit-holders are required to park in Lot A from Friday after 6:00 p.m. until Saturday after 4 p.m. (must be out of Lot A by Sunday at 5 a.m.). Forest Park South vehicles are required to park in Lot F from Friday after 6 p.m. until Monday after 4 p.m. (must be out of Lot F by Tuesday at 5 a.m.). All other residents may park in their assigned lots. Saturday August 30th -Bus Service: Campus Connector 9:00 am – 6:00 PM It will run to/from Lot A up & down Main St as traffic allows until around 12 – 1:00 pm. Then we will expand to the back side of campus as long as it is open. If Lot A becomes full and cars start parking out at WE lot then the shuttle will start servicing that area as well. Transit Routes: still following the reduced service schedule so there will be a 12:05 4A & 7:05 4A ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sunday, August 31st: Apartments Move-in Lots Closed: Woodside and Gables lots, as well as Lot A, Strafford Lot and Lot D will be reserved for the Apartments move-in operations. All other lots are open as usual Sunday, August 31st - Bus Service: Campus Connector 3:00 pm –12:00 am following the Weekend Connector Service Schedule It will run to/from Lot A up & down Main St as traffic allows until around 12 – 1:00 pm. Then we will expand to the back side of campus as long as it is open. If Lot A becomes full and cars start parking out at WE lot then the shuttle will start servicing that area as well. Because it is apartment move-in, the bus will NOT go in to the Gables – the closest stop will be the Visitor Info center until move-in there is complete. Once everyone is moved in and traffic is no longer an issue then the bus will go to the Gables stop. Transit Routes: still following the reduced service schedule so there will be a 12:05 4A & 7:05 4A ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Monday September 1st Upperclassmen Move-in Lots Closed From: (4am-4pm) A-lot, B-lot, C-lot, D-Lot, E-lot, E1-Lot, F-lot, H-lot, Q-Lot, U-Lot, J lot Strafford Lot, Elizabeth Demerit House Lot, ALL Brook Way lots (behind Stoke, Stillings, Jessie Doe), Ballard Loop, and SERC/Demeritt Circle lots including Forest Park South, Congreve Lot, Vehicles parked in the closed lots after 5:00 am will be towed. Lots Open: G1, E/E1, M, Mast Lot 2, Barton, Field House East & West, Rosemary Lane Lot, West Edge Lot, T-Hall, Strafford Lot, Visitor Center, Z lot, Leavitt lane 1 & 2, Faculty/Staff parking will be limited to these few remaining parking lots that are not closed, the more remote faculty/staff lots west of the tracks, plus the Gables & Woodsides and Boulder Field parking will be available if weather permits. Please go to the Parking Services website at http://www.unh.edu/transportation/parking/ to view/download a map of all campus parking lots. Temporary Relocation of Campus Residents assigned to Forest Park South Lot: Forest Park South vehicles are required to park in Lot F from Sunday after 6 p.m. until Monday after 4 p.m. (must be out of Lot F by Tuesday at 5 a.m.). All other residents may park in their assigned lots. Monday, September 1st, -Bus Service: Campus Connector 10:00 am – 12:00 am following the Weekend Connector Service Schedule. Transit Routes 3, 4, 5, 125 – No Service For more information or questions, please contact Chief Paul H Dean at paul.dean@unh.edu or 862-1427. Thank you all in advance for helping make these critical days a success. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

This is a required yearly test of the UNH Alert System Repeat: This is only a test

Fri, 08/15/2014
This is a required yearly test of the UNH Alert System Repeat: This is only a test. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

In compliance with the "Timely Notice" provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery ...

Sat, 07/19/2014
In compliance with the "Timely Notice" provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, the University of New Hampshire Police is providing notice of a report of a 1st degree assault (stabbing) in Concord NH. On July 19, 2014 at approximately 2:40am a local male was stabbed in Whites Park which is across the street from the UNH Law School. The male sustained serious injuries. The suspect is currently unknown and still at large The University of NH Police Department reminds everyone to call 911 IMMEDIATELY if you see or hear anything suspicious. Anyone having information concerning suspicious activity in and around the Whites Park Area is encouraged to contact the Concord NH Police Department Investigative Services Division or the Concord Regional Crime Line at 603-226-3100. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

UNH Police have issued an All-Clear

Tue, 07/15/2014
UNH Police have issued an All-Clear. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

A severe weather warning has been posted for the Durham area

Tue, 07/15/2014
A severe weather warning has been posted for the Durham area. Seek shelter immediately. Check local TV and weather stations for updates. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

Power has been restored to the UNH-Durham campus

Sun, 07/13/2014
Power has been restored to the UNH-Durham campus. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN

An power outage has occurred on campus

Sun, 07/13/2014
An power outage has occurred on campus. Personnel are working to restore power as soon as possible. Estimated time of power restore is not available at this time. UNH Alert is powered by Cooper Notification RSAN