For Police/Fire/Medical Emergencies Dial 9-1-1
University of New Haven Police Emergency: 203.932.7070
What to do in case of ...
- Active Shooter
- Bomb Threats
- Earthquake or Tornado
- Elevator Malfunction
- Gas Leak
- Handling Blood (Blood-borne Pathogens)
- Hazardous Materials Spills
- Hostile Intruder
- Inclement Weather
- Medical Emergency
- Missing Person/Student
- Power Outage
If a situation arises, either on or off campus, that, in the judgment of the Chief of Police at The University of New Haven, constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat, a Crime Alert will be issued via the UNH emergency notification system.
Emergency Notification System
The University's Emergency Notification System is used when a situation arises that affects the immediate safety of the campus community or if severe weather conditions exist. The system sends messages simultaneously via voice, text and email.
The University strongly encourages students, faculty, staff and parents to make sure their emergency contact information is current.
- Student emergency contact information utilized is from data on file with the Registrar's office. Students that wish to update emergency contact information can contact the Registrar's office.
- Faculty/Staff may opt in to this system by visiting:
- Adjuncts may opt in to this system by visiting:
- Parents or others may opt in to this system by visiting:
To view a vicinity alert map for the main campus and Forest Hills Apartments click here. To view a vicinity alert map for the Regency and Savin Court apartments and Saw Mill office/classroom complex click here . Depending on the particular circumstances of the crime, especially in all situations that could pose an immediate threat to the community and/or specific individuals or locations, the UNH Police Department may utilize the emergency alert message boards located throughout campus and the campus public address system.
Anyone with information warranting a timely warning should report the circumstances to the UNH Police Department, by phone at 203-932-7070 or in person at the UNH Police Department in the lower level of the Campus Store building.
The UNH Police Department maintains a daily crime log that is open to public inspection. The log includes all crimes reported to the UNH Police, not just Clery Act crimes.