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The New Hampshire Association of Campus Law
Enforcement Administrator

The mission of the New Hampshire Association of Campus Law
Enforcement Administrators (NHACLEA) is to promote
professional law enforcement and public safety services for
New Hampshire institutions of higher education.

Our members are actively involved in advancing established
best practices towards safer campuses through education,
public safety enforcement initiatives and collaboration.  

We also provide professional development, educational
opportunities, and a forum for discussion on issues relating to
campus law enforcement, safety, and security.
HB 110

AN ACT establishing a
committee to study the reporting
of crimes by professional safety
and security services personnel.

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HB 334-This bill provides that
all delegations of the state’s
authority to prohibit or regulate
the purchase, ownership, use,
possession, transportation,
licensing or permitting, taxation,
or other matters pertaining to
firearms, firearms components,
ammunition, or firearms
supplies shall be by statute only.

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The New Hampshire Campus Safety Academy
Announces Exciting
to the Schedule & Curriculum
The Violence Against Women
Reauthorization Act (VAWA),
which President Obama signed
into law March 7, imposes new
obligations on colleges and
universities under its Campus
Sexual Violence Elimination Act
(SaVE Act) provision.

Read more about

Obligations under the
Campus Sexual Violence
Elimination Act (SaVE)
Basic Academy Dates are Monday, July 11th through Wednesday, July 13th
at Keene State College

Cost for the Basic Academy is $250.00
(includes lunch for all three days: housing not included, hotel info and registration

After completing the 30th Academy in 2015, the Academy staff and the New
Hampshire Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (NHACLEA),
the sponsoring organization, decided to make changes to the existing Academy
model to make the program more accessible and less expensive for our members
and the many departments that send officers to the program each year.

The reason for the changes:

  • Reduce costs to departments for tuition, and overtime costs associated with
    covering officers’ shifts for a week;
  • Reduce officers’ time away from family, home and work;
  • Student feedback
              -The 6 day live-in model is intensive and leaves little free time
              -On campus living for adults has limited appeal


We are moving from a 6 day live-in model to two (2) three day programs presented
in two modules: basic and advanced. Officers can choose to commute to class
each day or stay in a local hotel (contact information provided below).

Module 1 Basic is a 3 day, 27 hour program that covers those issues and topics
most critical for the officers working on our campuses. Topics include:

  • History, Role and Ethics
  • Legal Overview and Clery
  • Fire Safety and Emergency Management
  • Officer Safety and Patrol Procedures
  • Report Writing
  • Preliminary Investigation
  • Drug ID and Effects
  • Response to Alcohol Incidents (new)
  • Suicide Gatekeeper Training (new)
  • Managing Mental Health Incidents (new)
  • Sexual Violence and Title IX
  • Response to Bias-Related Incidents

Register for the Basic Academy   

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SB 409

AN ACT relative to the use of
marijuana for medicinal

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