|New Hampshire Campus Safety Academy
Founded in 1986, the New Hampshire Campus Safety Academy is the first
program in the country specializing in preparing non-sworn campus public safety
and security officers for the challenges presented on college and secondary school
campuses. The curriculum is designed to provide officers with the theoretical and
practical skills required to manage the many aspects of their positions. Course
offerings, materials and instructional staff are evaluated annually to ensure officers
have the best learning experience possible.
The Academy is a non-profit program and is run under the auspices and direction of
the New Hampshire Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators
(NHACLEA). It promotes the ideals of service, integrity and continuous professional
development to best serve our campuses.
The Academy is a six day residential program. Students live in on-campus housing
provided by the host institution.. Academy staff are on campus throughout the week
to provide study assistance, mentoring and other assistance as needed.
Enrollment is open to all in-house safety and security personnel from academic
institutions both in and out of state.
Course Modules Include:
- Image Management & Community Relations
- History, Role and Ethics
- Aspects of Law
- Patrol Procedures & Officer Safety
- Preliminary Investigation
- Drug Identification & Effects
- Sexual Violence
- Report Writing
- Cultural Diversity & Minority Affairs
- Biased Related Crimes
- Fire Safety
- Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB) Certification
Experienced campus safety and law enforcement professionals and trainers.
Approximately half of the faculty hold advanced degrees.
Academy staff are command level campus safety professionals who live in the
facility with the students to provide 24-hour assistance, including study support.
Academy related documents:
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Daniel Webster College
Franklin Pierce University
Johnson State College
Keene State College
Lyndon State College
Massachusetts College of Art
New England College
Phillips Exeter Academy
Sacred Heart University
Southern New Hampshire University
St. Anselm's College
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
St. Michael’s College
St. Paul’s School
University of New Hampshire
Vermont Technical College
Facilities and Housing:
Students are housed in a
college residence hall.
Each double occupancy
room is air conditioned and
has computer data ports.
Classrooms feature state
of the art facilities.
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2013 New Hampshire Campus Safety Academy
|Congratulations to Class 28 of the
New Hampshire Campus Safety Academy