Crime Prevention

The UNH Police Department is dedicated to a proactive approach to law enforcement.  To that end we have provided some information on what our department does for crime prevention.  If you have any questions about crime prevention feel free to contact us at (603) 862-1427. 

 

 

The University of New Hampshire provides its community with a free text message/email alert system.  The alert system allows the University of New Hampshire to contact you during an emergency by sending text mesages to your: E-mail (school, personal, other), Cell Phone, or Pager. Read more at:

 

CAMPUS ALERT

An active shooter is defined by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms. Read more about protocools at:

 

ACTIVE SHOOTER

The Behavioral Intervention Team shall provide consultation to the Dean of Students regarding students who are at risk of harming themselves or others.

Members come to the team with authority in managing both academic and co-curricular aspects of the University experience and may therefore spot trends and set up early intervention services as they evaluate behaviors from a variety of campus perspectives.  Read more at: 

BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION

The University of New Hampshire utilizes a network of Blue Light Emergency Telephones for your safety and convenience. The phones are located throughout campus and marked by blue lights and the word "emergency." The yellow phone boxes located outside of many dorm entrances have a red emergency button as well. In an emergency press the red button to automatically dial the UNH Police Department.  Read more at:

Blue light

The LiveSafe app provides students, faculty and staff with a direct connection to the University of New Hampshire Police Department so that everyone can easily communicate all their safety needs. Its easy-to-use features help you stay safe every day and enable us to better protect you. Read more at:

 

LIVESAFE