ENC Alerts – e2Campus Notification System
Information and Registration
Flood Threat Assessment and Detailed Planned Response
Utility Failure Threat Assessment and Detailed Planned Response
Fire Threat Assessment and Detailed Planned Response 5 – Fire
Overall Threat Assessment and Planned Responses Document
Accident/Incident Report Form
Report any accident or incident that occurs on our property, in our vehicles, or at a school sponsored event off campus.
Unsafe Condition or Hazard Report
Report a condition that you believe is a hazard or unsafe condition.
Security Report Web Form
We know that sometimes individuals may be reluctant to report information because of self-incrimination, fear of retaliation, or other reasons. The Department of Safety and Security maintains an anonymous reporting form that allows students or employees to report crimes without providing their names or other identifying information. This information is received by the Director of Security and based on the information received, all reports are investigated to the best of the department’s ability. Reports are checked regularly, however, this form should not be used for emergencies that are life-threatening and/or require an immediate response. In an emergency, immediately call 911 or on campus security at 617-745-3911.
Sexual Misconduct & Campus SAVE Act
Sexual Misconduct Resources and Rights for Complainants
Know Your Rights When Addressing Sexual Misconduct.* You have:
- The right to investigation and appropriate resolution of all credible complaints of sexual misconduct made in good faith to a college official.
- The right to be informed by college officials of options to notify proper law enforcement authorities, including local police, and the option to be assisted by campus officials in notifying such authorizes. This also includes the option not to report a situation to law enforcement authorities, should this be the choice of the complainant or the complainant’s parent or guardian if the complainant is a minor.
- The right to be notified of available counseling, mental health, or student support services, both through the college and in the community.
- The right to be provided with options for, and available assistance in, changing academic and living situation after an alleged sexual misconduct incident. If so requested and if such changes are reasonably available, the college will facilitate these adjustments.
Individuals victimized by sexual misconduct or those concerned about a peer are encouraged to report incidents immediately to the Student Development Office staff, on-campus security personnel, local police, and/or go to the nearest hospital emergency room. All college officials can assist with making reports to local authorities. Reports made to the Brickley Center can be confidential.
We know that sometimes individuals may be reluctant to report information because of self-incrimination, fear of retaliation, or other reasons. The Department of Safety and Security maintains an anonymous report form that allows students or employees to report crimes without providing their names or other identifying information. This information is received by the Director of Security and based on the information received, all reports are investigated to the best of the department’s ability. Reports are checked regularly, however, this form should not be used for emergencies that are life-threatening and/or require an immediate response. In an emergency, immediately call 911 or on campus security at 617-745-3911.
Resources for Victims of Sexual Assault
The following on and off campus offices and services can provide students information and support related to sexual assault:
On Campus Resources:
Campus Security 617-745-3911
Student Development 617-745-3718
Title IX (nine) Coordinator- VP for Student Development, Ian Slater 617-745-3980
Brickley Center (Health and Counseling) 617-745-3892
Local and National Resources:
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) 24-hour hotline 800-841-8371
DOVE (Domestic Violence Support) 24-hour hotline 888-314-3683
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800-656-HOPE
South Shore Mental Health (Mental Health Crisis Services) 24-hour hotline 800-528-4890
For more information on College policies and support services related to Sexual Misconduct please review pages 35-36 in the ENC Student Handbook.
*Adapted with permission from © Campus Outreach Services
Have questions or need support?
Contact the Student Development Office
1st Floor Mann Student Center
ALL motor vehicles operated by ENC faculty/staff, students (including commuters), and/or individuals residing in college house MUST be registered with campus security and properly display a current ENC parking sticker at all times if the vehicle(s) will be parked on campus or other property of ENC at any time.
The reasons necessary for this are:
- For easier identification of trespassers.
- For proper control of the limited parking on campus
- For identification of owner/operator in case of emergency.
- For ready identification of violators of parking regulations.
The only persons who currently have specific assigned parking places on campus are the Resident Directors of the various dorms, the President, and tenants of Waterston Avenue.
Faculty/staff are permitted to park on campus in the Young Parking Lot during the normal business day but are requested to vacate the lot by 5:30 p.m. so those with Young Parking Lot permits have a place to park upon their return home.
Privately owned motor vehicles are not permitted to undergo major repairs on campus. Disabled cars must be removed to the Waterston Parking Lot or a service garage unless immediate steps are being taken to arrange sufficient minor repairs so they are operational. Vehicles deemed to be inoperable or vehicles left in Waterston (or on campus) at the close of the school year will be towed unless specific arrangements are made with Campus Security for their extended storage.
Unregistered cars utilized by students are subject to ticketing ($50.00 / ticket) and may be towed away at owner’s expense if parked on ENC property. Due to the limited parking space available, student vehicles are not permitted to park on the main campus at any time.
All unregistered or improperly registered vehicles parked on campus or in college parking areas may be towed and stored until the owner is identified and costs of towing, storage fees, registration fees, and past fines are properly billed or paid.
The student registration fee for the year amounts to only $45.00. For this fee each registrant is permitted to park in the Waterston Parking Lot located only 150 yards from the center of campus. This lot is a well-lighted and fenced-in enclosure. When the gate is locked a campus guard will open if requested. Commuter and Graduate students will be charged $25.00 for registering their vehicles and are permitted to park in the Sachem lot while classes are in the session or when the Library is open. Overnight parking is not permitted.
Under NO circumstances should any motor vehicle be parked on the lawn areas or other unpaved spaces on campus. Parking in fire lanes or the spaces reserved for the handicapped will not be tolerated and violators will be ticketed and possibly towed without warning.
This policy contains the official notification procedures of Eastern Nazarene College
for missing students who reside in on-campus housing, in accordance with the requirements
of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (the “HEOA”).
Missing Person ENC Security Procedure
The purpose of this Procedure is to establish responsibilities and procedures for reporting and investigating missing person cases.
Annual Security and Fire Reports
2019 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
2018 Annual Fire and Security Report
2017 Security and Fire Safety Report for Elm Avenue Campus
2016 Security and Fire Safety Report for Elm Avenue Campus
2016 Security and Fire Safety Report for Old Colony Campus
The mission of the ENC Safety Committee is to address safety awareness across the ENC Community and to promote safe behavior practices and promote a healthy and safe work environment for all students, staff, faculty, and visitors to our facilities through the involvement of all individuals with regards to education, communication, and safe work practices. The Safety Committee works to ensure that Eastern Nazarene College is a safe and productive place to work, visit and receive an education.
The Safety Committee has developed two reporting mechanisms by which the ENC Community can help us safeguard all of our constituents.
The first reporting is the use of the Accident/Incident Report Form. The ENC Safety Committee needs to track any accident or incident that occurs on our property, in our vehicles, or at a school sponsored event off-campus. To that end, the Safety Committee has developed the Accident/Incident Reporting Policy which is also located below. Each employee should familiarize themselves with the policy and comply with the reporting of any accidents/incidents in which they are familiar. The Accident/Incident Report Form can be easily filled out and emailed to the Director of Risk Management. If you have any questions you may contact any one of the Safety Committee Members or email email@example.com.
The second reporting mechanism is the Unsafe Condition or Hazard Report. If you notice or experience a condition that you believe is a hazard or unsafe condition please use the Unsafe Condition or Hazard Report Form. Like the Accident/Incident Report it is an easily filled out form that you can email which is then automatically distributed to the people who can take the appropriate action necessary to remedy the situation.
You may learn more about our policies and procedures by reading the Accident Incident Report Policy and Procedure document.
Members of the Safety Committee
Director of Information Technology Services
Chemical Hygiene Officer
OCC Campus Representative
Director of Security
Director of Risk Management
ENC representative on the NHEIC Risk Management Committee-
|Director of Facilities
V.P. Student Development
Manager of Grounds