The Merrimack College Police Department provides comprehensive law-enforcement services that enhance the educational mission of the college.
We are committed to the protection of life and property, the prevention and detection of crime, the enrichment of the quality of life and an unwavering commitment to “Excellence in Service through Community Policing” for all members of the campus community, their guests and visitors.
We emphasize integrity, honesty, impartiality and professionalism from our members in order to create an environment that values differences and fosters fairness and flexibility in our mission. We encourage community input and interaction that will assist us in developing sound partnerships between community and the police. Working together, we can protect our future and enhance the quality of life for everyone within the college community.
TTY for Hearing-Impaired
The Merrimack College Police Department does not have TTY (text telephone) capabilities. If you need to contact us and you are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened or speech-disabled, you may access MassRelay 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year; a Relay Operator will complete your call, dialing the party you wish to contact. The operator will then stay on the line to relay messages electronically via a TTY or verbally to people who can hear. All relay calls are confidential.
Universal Access: 711
Voice/Speech to Speech Relay (STS): 1-800-439-0183
Download a pdf of instructions on the use of these services.
All Merrimack College students, faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to sign up for Rave Alert to enable police services to contact you in case of a campuswide emergency.
Download the Rave Guardian app for your smartphone (free from the Apple app store). You will need a merrimack.edu email address to download the full app, but family and friends can download a limited version that allows them some functionality.
There are three major components to Guardian:
- Emergency call function. One-touch calling for local 911 or Merrimack College police.
- Safety timer. Schedule your trip, designated a “guardian,” and let that person track your route and timing, so he or she will know right away if you encounter difficulty.
- Confidential tip ability: Send a confidential text or photo to Merrimack police.
Anonymous Tip Line