The annual report — mandated under the federal Clery Act — lists student education and prevention programs that have grown at many schools in recent years. The report is not comprehensive, though, as it includes only crimes that allegedly occurred on campus, not in landlord-owned student housing.
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The report also lists arrests and disciplinary referrals made by the school for drug and alcohol violations. Both alcohol and drug violations at WSU jumped dramatically last year.
There were two liquor law arrests on campus and 157 violations referred for disciplinary action, according to the report. That’s up from just one arrest in 2015 and 83 disciplinary referrals the same year.
In 2016, there were 16 drug-related arrests at Wright State, down from 17 in 2015. Wright State had 119 drug violations last year referred for disciplinary action, up from 47 in 2015.
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