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Police recorded 20 underage citations last Thursday, Feb. 23, more than the entire weekend of the upped police presence. UD police cited one person for underage drinking Friday, one on Saturday and four on Sunday, according to crime logs.
The Thursday before the crackdown had no underage violations recorded, according to crime logs.
The health and safety of students is the highest priority, officials said in a prepared statement Tuesday.
“We continue to emphasize to our students their responsibility to treat themselves and others with respect and abide by the law, university policies and our student code of conduct. We will continue to hold students accountable for their behavior and work with them to keep our campus community safe,” the statement read.
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