The Clubs should really begin to include “non-trivial risk of being
busted by the Boro Police” in their officers’ job descriptions.
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and Gown who was, ironically, the sole undergraduate who gave an
address at the href=“http://www.dailyprincetonian.com/archives/2003/09/22/news/8562.shtml”>Assembly
on Integrity in September. (In all fairness to her, I know nothing
of her role in the incident —- she may not have even been at the
club, much less on duty, that evening.)
ODUS’s alcohol statistics are now germane. Below is a table of
punishments meted out for alcohol-related infractions. DW stands for
Dean’s Warning, and DP stands for the harsher Disciplinary Probation.
While the numbers peaked in 1999, interestingly, that was primarily
because of the less-serious Dean’s Warnings. Disciplinary Probation
sentences have more than doubled since 2000.