School Safety

Our safety officers serve every member of the St. Paul's community, providing efficient and reliable twenty-four-hour coverage, 365 days per year, and can always be reached at 603-229-4646.
St. Paul’s School has a zero-tolerance policy for conduct that is at odds with our commitment to providing a safe and welcoming environment for everyone in our community to live, learn, and work. Our safety officers and vehicles are radio-equipped, and officers work closely with the Concord, N.H. first responders (fire, police, and ambulance) to ensure a timely and efficient reponse. The department is a member of the New Hampsire Association of Campus Law Enformcement Administrators (NHACLEA), which meets frequently to discuss safety and security issues affecting college and school communities.

The Safety Department Offers:

  • Campus patrols by uniformed officers
  • Crime prevention and reporting
  • Event planning assistance
  • Safety inspections
  • Security escorts
  • Parking management
  • Emergency notification support

In Case of Emergency

Police / Fire / Serious Medical Emergency 911
Safety Department 603-229-4646
Dean on Duty 603-848-0630
Clark House (Health Center) 603-229-4850

Safety Resources

List of 4 items.

  • Students

    Resources are available on the grounds through Clark House, the Dean of Students Office, the Chaplaincy, any faculty member, advisers, the Community Conduct Board (CCB), or through Lighthouse Services.*
  • Faculty & Staff

    Staff members are encouraged to contact the Director of Human Resources and/or the Human Resources Office. They can also seek assistance from the Employee Assistance Program (1-800-327-0464, ext. 312) or through Lighthouse Services.*
  • Alumni

    St. Paul's School offers a number of resources to alumni who experienced sexual abuse by faculty or staff while students at the School. More information »
  • The Media

    Inquiries can be sent to Director of Safety Tim McGinley at Please refer to the media webpage for our media policy and other information.
*Lighthouse Services is an anonymous hotline for all members of the current SPS community for reporting possible ethics violations.

If you believe that you have been the victim of sexual assault, the School encourages you to seek guidance and counseling.

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Contact the Safety Department

Comments or suggestions about safety at St. Paul's School? Contact Tim McGinley, director of environmental health and school safety.

Call: 603-229-4601

Email Tim
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