From the dorms: What’s the word on drug-sniffing dogs?

Cal Poly police have worked with University Housing to bring drug-sniffing dogs into the hallways outside students’ rooms, and they are planning to increase the dogs’ usage this year.

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Mustang News, Nov. 7, 2013: Drug dogs in the dorms, Physchological impacts of daylight saving time

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UPD to increase drug dog activity in campus housing

University police and Cal Poly University Housing have coordinated to use drug-sniffing dogs in the on-campus residence halls to follow up on suspected drug sales, and University Police Chief George Hughes is hoping to boost their use in the coming months as a general deterrent against drugs in the dorms.

Housing must make drug dog policy clear

While it’s not a clear-cut issue on whether these dogs should be allowed, students should at least be aware they’re coming.