Department of Public Safety

The purpose of New England Tech’s Department of Public Safety (DPS) is to promote a safe and secure environment based upon effective relationships and excellence in service to enrich the quality of our students’, employees’ and guests’ experiences while on campus.

NEIT’s Director of Public Safety, Pamela Moffatt-Limoges, has over 30 years of experience in Public Safety. From 1985 until 2008, Pam was a member of the Rhode Island State Police, retiring with the rank of Lieutenant. She then served as the Associate Director of Public Safety at Roger Williams University before joining NEIT as its first Director of Public Safety. Pam oversees our staff of security personnel.

Our main Public Safety Office and Dispatch Center is located just inside the main student entrance (south facing) opposite the Residence Hall at the East Greenwich Campus. Everyone is invited to stop by.

Services Provided

  • Foot and vehicle patrol
  • Emergency response
  • Fixed post security
  • Safety awareness
  • Event Security
  • Walking Escorts
    • Upon request, NEIT DPS security officers provide walking escorts for NEIT students, faculty, and staff within our patrol boundaries.
  • Blue Light Emergency Telephones
    • Blue light Emergency telephones are strategically placed throughout the campus. These phones automatically contact the NEIT DPS Communications Center and indicate the caller’s exact location. The emergency telephones are illuminated by blue lights making them highly visible.
  • Building Access Control
    • NEIT buildings on the East Greenwich campus are equipped with electronic access control devices that serve as keys allowing individuals to enter certain university buildings. Access control privileges are determined and assigned by the university based on specific needs and requirement of the institution and the cardholder. All university residence halls require students to use their identification card to enter their assigned residence hall and room.

Annual Security & Fire Safety Report [2021]