Sexual Offender Registry Information

Any adult offender convicted of any of the below listed crimes, whether in this state or another, is required to register as a sexual offender for the following time periods, Felony convictions (life); Misdemeanor convictions (10 years).

The time for the offender registration is within 30 days of release (including while under the supervision); 30 days of establishing residence; and 10 days of changing address.

Availability of information to the public (Convicted of a violation or attempted violation)

Aggravated sexual assault

  • RSA 632-A:2, I(1) (Sexual penetration with a victim under 13 years of age)

Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault

  • RSA 632-A:2, II(2) (touching genitals of victim under 13 years of age)

Felonious Sexual Assault

  • RSA 632-A:2, III(2) (Sexual contact with victim under 13 years age)
  • RSA 645:1, III Indecent Exposure and Lewdness
  • RSA 651-B:1, V Offender Against Children

The information available to the public is broken down by city or town and includes the sexual offender’s name, address, offense and court date.

New Hampshire Registration of Criminal Offenders


PSU Policies

Plymouth State University is home to thousands of students, guests, faculty, and staff members visiting, learning, working, and educating on our campus. In an effort to keep our community members safe, all individuals are expected to adhere not only to state and local laws, but also to established University policies.

For campus rules regarding laws, ordinances, alcohol, marijuana, and other drug policies, visit the Student Rights and Code of Conduct page.

Plymouth State University’s Non-Discrimination Policy

Review other USNH policies pertaining to guests and visitors of Plymouth State University.

Review policies pertaining to Weapons on Plymouth State University Property.


Town Ordinances

The Plymouth State University is located with portions of campus in both the towns of Plymouth and Holderness. As such, our students, faculty, staff, and guests are subject to following local ordinances for both towns in addition to state and federal laws.

Plymouth Police Department

For the Town of Plymouth Ordinances
Town Ordinances
Traffic & Parking Ordinance

Holderness Plolice Department

For the Town of Holderness Ordinances
Parking Ordinance
Disorderly Actions Ordinance

Police Emergencies Only: (603) 536-1626

Ambulance, Fire, Police: Call 9-1-1

Business/Office Line or to Request Services: 
(603) 535-2330

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

PSU Alert Line: (603) 535-3535
Dial this number for school cancellations and weather alerts.

Sign up to receive Text Emergency Alerts

Tip Line: (603) 535-8477
Leave a confidential voice message tips

Silent Witness Tip
Submit a confidential tip form. 

Please Note: After hours, University Police telephone lines are answered by the Plymouth Police Communications Center which is staffed 24 hours a day.

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