Helpful Safety and Emergency Resources
- Anonymous Report Form
- Incident Report Form
- 2013 Campus Safety and Security Report - Clery Report
- Faculty and Staff Directory - List of First Responders
- Great Bay Community College Evacuation Maps
- Emergency Public Information Calendar - An Emergency Plan for You and Your Family’s Protection
- NH Department of Transportation - Some Reminders When Driving in Winter Weather Conditions
- "MOLLY" A.K.A. Ecstasy, Pure MDMA - NH Department of Health and Human Services
- The Flu - Info and tips
- NH Department of Safety - Homeland Security and Emergency Management
- Consumer Information
Campus Safety & Security
Security Personnel - Great Bay Community College contracts its security services to provide security coverage. The college retains the right to replace any officer immediately in the event that the college is dissatisfied or has concerns about the officer's abilities. The officers are trained in basic first aid, emergency procedures, patrolling and C.P.R. Services performed include locking and unlocking classrooms, random and preventive patrols of campus, escorts, enforcement of college regulations, enforcing college parking regulations, medical emergency response, and emergency message delivery. The Security desk is located in the main lobby of all buildings. Members of the Great Bay Community College community are urged to notify the security office immediately concerning any criminal and/or suspicious activity or emergency that occurs on campus.
- Security Escorts: Staff, students and visitors may request walk-outs to their vehicles. We encourage a clustering of students when requesting this service. Individual walk-outs can be pre-arranged if there are extenuating circumstances.
- Lost and Found
Safety & Security - On November 8, 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed into law federal legislation known as the Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act. The "Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990", mandates a description of policies related to campus security and statistics concerning specific crimes reported to campus authorities or local police agencies, be disclosed. This section is intended to inform all current and prospective students and employees of Coe College's safety and security program. It serves as a reminder that everyone can help ensure their own safety and others' by taking reasonable precautions and using a common sense approach to personal safety.
The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act, introduced by U.S. Senator Bob Casey and House Representative Caroline Maloney, complements the Title IX Guidance by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. The Campus SaVE Act seeks to address the violence women face on campus: the highest rates of stalking, the highest risk of nonfatal intimate partner violence, and 20-25% of female students experiencing rape or attempted rape. See videos below.
For the latest Great Bay Community College Safety and Security Report (Clery Act)
- Don't walk alone after dark, walk with persons you know and travel in well-lighted, well-traveled areas. You may want to change your route to and from classes and parking lots frequently.
- Always be aware of your surroundings and those people near you. Report any suspicious persons or activities.
- Culture of Silence: Stalking Education and Awareness - Video
- Speak Out & Stand Up (SOSU): Raising Awareness About Sexual Assault - Video
- Never leave your property unattended, not even for a moment.
- Lock up your car and your valuables - CDs, book bags, purses, wallets, etc. Never leave items visible inside your car; lock them in the trunk.
- Remove your detachable faced stereo.
- Engrave your personal items with your drivers license or other owner-applied number.
- Keep a written record of valuables, including descriptions and serial numbers.
- Report missing or stolen property immediately to Campus Safety.
- Park in well-lighted, well-traveled areas.
- Lock your vehicle and close all windows.
- Engrave accessories inside your vehicle with your drivers license number.
- If your vehicle becomes disabled, report it to Campus Safety including the vehicle plate number, make, model and color.
- If leaving your vehicle on campus for any length of time, call and leave your plate number, make, model, color and time you plan to remove the vehicle from campus.