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burglaries.
On game day this year, however, Michigan
State saw more arrests than the University of
Michigan did during last year's matchup.
The Michigan State website listed all police
reports filed on Saturday. The blotter indicat-
ed 14 arrests for minor in possession of alco-
hol, 22 arrests for drunk and disorderly
conduct and 36 citations for violation of
school's ordinances at Spartan Stadium.
During the game against Michigan State
last year at the Big House, police officers
arrested 10 people and issued citations to 44.
Overall, University crime is at higher levels
despite its rival's larger student population.
Michigan State had 44,542 students in fall
2002, compared to 38,972 students attending
the University.
Michigan State spokeswoman Florene
McGlothian-Taylor said one reason for the
crime-rate difference could be the Michigan

State police force's extensive community-
policing network.
"One of the things we do here is that we are
heavily involved in community team polic-
ing," she said. "We work very closely with the
community in which we work." She said
community policing includes putting satellite
police offices in residence halls so officers are
actually based out of campus buildings. Police
officers also conduct education programs
about alcohol awareness. "We've done a pro-
gram in every single residence hall about
alcohol," McGlothian-Taylor said.
DPS spokeswoman Diane Brown cited
other reasons for the higher per-student crime
levels at the University. She said one factor is
the presence of the University Hospital. "The
hospital sees 1 million visitors per year," she
said. Brown added that larcenies and acci-
dents seemed more frequent at the hospital
than elsewhere on campus, but said she did
not have numbers to back this up.
Brown said another factor is attendance at
Michigan Stadium versus attendance at Spar-

tan Stadium. The Big House capacity is
107,501 whereas Spartan Stadium seats
72,027.
The main reason Brown cited for relatively
higher crime at the University was that the
campus is highly integrated into the city of
Ann Arbor, whereas Michigan State's campus
is more self-contained and set apart from East
Lansing. Brown said it is easy for a person to
commit a crime on campus, then step across
the street into another jurisdiction and blend
into the crowd on the sidewalk.
She said the University campus sees more
nonaffiliated visitors, such as people cutting
through North Campus to get to residential
areas.
An area in which Michigan State crime
rates are decidedly higher than University
crime rates are liquor, drug and weapons vio-
lations. The 2002 crime statistics from Michi-
gan State showed 686 liquor violations
reported on campus and 138 drug violations.
The University of Michigan had 485 liquor
violations and 66 drug violations. Michigan

State reported 25 instances of illegal
weapons; the University reported nine.
McGlothian-Taylor said these higher rates
were due to Michigan State's large residence
hall population. "I guess compared to the
number of students here, it's not that high,"
she said. "We have the largest residence hall
program in the country."
Brown said the University of Michigan has
the sixth-largest residence hall population in
the country. Including family housing in the
statistics would bump the University to num-
ber two, she added. "These numbers, in our
estimation, would be a very large factor,"
Brown said. "Commuter schools have less of
a problem on campus."
McGlothian-Taylor added that Michi-
gan State sprawls over 5,200 acres, pos-
ing some policing challenges not faced by
the University, which weighs in at 3,177
acres. "You have to go back to looking at
the size of the universities. MSU is like a
city within itself," she said. "It's really a
large campus."

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