The Public Safety Department is dedicated to protecting the students, faculty, staff, visitors and property of Bunker Hill Community College. All staff are sworn-in Special State Police of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As such, the department conducts itself as any other Municipal Police Department and has full arresting powers on College grounds (state laws Chapter 22C, section 63). An additional contracted security staff ensures the security of the building 24 hours a day.
The Campus Police Officers, certified in First Aid Response and C.P.R., respond to all emergencies reported on the College campuses. Call ext. 2222 from any campus phone during an emergency and Campus Police, the College’s Nurse and other assisting staff will respond.
Log in to the BHCC Alert System to opt-in to receive text and text-to-voice alerts. You can add your cell and/or home phone number(s). Use the BHCC username and password you use for your e-mail or web advisor to access the Portal and the BHCC Alert System. In an emergency, text alerts will be sent to phone numbers in the BHCC Alert System. If you do not sign-up, you will not receive this notification. The information you supply is confidential and will not be shared off campus.
The "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act" (20 U.S.C. section 1092) requires that crime statistics concerning the occurrence of crime be published for the most recent calendar year, and during the two proceeding calendar years for which data are available in the following categories:
- On campus;
- In or on a non-campus building or property;
- On public property;
- In dormitories or other residential facilities for students on campus.
Sex Offender Information
- Community Notification of Sex Offender Information
- Sex Offender Operational Procedures
- Request for Sex Offender Information Form
Emergency Operation Plan
Bunker Hill Community College is committed to protecting the welfare of its community members. The College’s Emergency Operation Plan addresses the challenges and responsibilities of pre-event mitigation and post-event recovery in addition to preparedness and response. It is established in accordance with State, Federal, and Presidential laws, statutes, and authorities for Emergency Management. The National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Incident Command System (ICS) are incorporated into this plan and will be implemented in the event of an emergency.