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Megan’s Law

Under the federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, which went into effect on Oct. 28, 2002, any person who is required to register with the State of New Hampshire as a sex offender must notify the State if they are employed or a student at a college or university. The law also requires institutions of higher learning to advise the campus community where law enforcement agency information provided by the Commonwealth may be obtained.

Pursuant to the provisions of New Hampshire’s Megan’s Law, RSA 651-B., the New Hampshire State Police has established a web page to provide timely information to the public on registered sex offenders residing in the State.

The Plymouth State University Police Department also works in cooperation with the Plymouth Police Department to receive information on current registered sex offenders residing within the University community. The sex offender registry may be viewed at the Plymouth Police Department located at 334 Main Street, Plymouth, NH.

Community Alerts

Vehicles on Campus after Easter

April 17th, 2014 by Amanda

 

Students returning from Easter Break with Unpermitted vehicles MUST obtain temporary parking permits if the vehicles are going to be in PSU lots.  Students will then only be allowed to park in lot 603.