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Find resources and contacts from federal and local agencies in each state.

These state programs and contacts can be a resource to you as you build your school safety plan. The contacts are state emergency planners that can provide school safety expertise specific to each state.

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New Hampshire

New Hampshire

New Hampshire has many agency programs and contacts that can help your school build a school safety plan. Check out these resources as you develop your plan.

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State Department of Education

The New Hampshire Department of Education provides data and information about the programs, services, and initiatives distributed by the state.

Website: https://www.education.nh.gov/

New Hampshire School Safety Resource Center

Office of the Governor

The New Hampshire School Safety Resource Center houses resources available to assist school communities in creating safe, positive, and successful educational environments for students.

Websitehttps://schoolsafetyresources.nh.gov/

Bureau of Student Wellness

New Hampshire Department of Education

The Bureau of Student Wellness the hub for resources, ideas, and best practices on student wellness in New Hampshire.

Website: https://www.education.nh.gov/who-we-are/division-of-learner-support/bureau-of-student-wellness

School Readiness Program

New Hampshire Department of Safety, Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Works with public and non-public K-12 schools to provide assistance with reviewing their site specific emergency operations plans, facilitation school-based training and exercises, conducting physical security assessments, and coordinating the NH School Safety Preparedness Task Force.

Websitehttps://prd.blogs.nh.gov/dos/hsem/?page_id=1262

School Safety and Facility Management Bureau

New Hampshire Department of Education

The School Safety and Facility Management Bureau provides leadership, technical assistance, and resources to school communities and the general public to help with the planning and financing of school facilities.

Websitehttps://www.education.nh.gov/who-we-are/division-educator-and-analytic-resources/school-safety-and-facility-management-bureau

Bureau of Safety & Construction

Department of Safety, Division of Fire Safety (Fire Marshal's Office)

The Bureau of Building Safety & Construction within the Division of Fire Safety (NH State Fire Marshal’s Office) is responsible for statewide programs related to fire codes and standards. They are critical for fire prevention and minimizing the risk of fire in places like public buildings, school campuses, and healthcare facilities.

Website: https://www.firemarshal.dos.nh.gov/building-safety-construction/school-safety

Contact Information

Federal

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

99 High Street
J.W. McCormack POCB, Room 442
Boston, MA 02109-4595
617-223-9561

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

Email: CISARegion1@hq.dhs.gov

Boston, MA
201 Maple Street
Chelsea, MA 02150
https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/boston
857-386-2000

Covers the entire states of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

John F. Kennedy Federal Building -15 Sudbury Street
Government Center – Room 2100
Boston, MA 02203
Phone Number: 617-565-1500
Fax: 617-565-1491

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