Drug arrests at UND above average, data show: Campus police cite aggressive response for higher arrest rate
GRAND FORKS -- In recent years, the University of North Dakota has seen more drug-related arrests on average than at comparable institutions, which campus police attribute to their more aggressive response.
In 2012, about four out of every 1,000 UND students were arrested compared to two of every 1,000 students at four-year public institutions nationwide, according to the Grand Forks Herald’s analysis of data from the Office of Postsecondary Education.
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