Campus Safety

The Campus Safety Office is located in room 124 on the first floor of the main building. The office is open during the normal operating hours of the college. Officers conduct foot patrols on campus and are charged with the enforcement of federal, state and local laws, as well as Nashua Community College (NCC) policies and regulations. The Campus Safety Office maintains a strong working relationship with the Nashua Police Department, who provide law enforcement services for NCC.

Students need to report emergencies, crimes or acts of violation of rules, regulations or laws to the Campus Safety Office. An incident report must be completed by the student regarding any emergency, crime or violation of law occurring on campus. Anonymous reporting is an option.

Students will have access to campus buildings during regularly scheduled hours while classes are in session. Maintenance staff and campus security routinely inspect campus grounds and facilities for possible security concerns. Students and employees of the College are encouraged to be responsible for their security and the security of others. Students may report any campus maintenance/security concerns to the Campus Safety Office. College grounds are monitored by surveillance cameras.

The Campus Safety Office distributes information regarding crime prevention tips and existing counseling, mental health, and other services to students, both on campus and within the local community annually through a Campus Safety brochure, the Student Handbook, and other College publications and resources.