Keene, NH plans for police response to student incidents

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A committee in Keene, New Hampshire, has come up with a plan for paying police who deal with disturbances involving Keene State College students. The committee of city and college officials suggests Keene State set aside $10,500 to cover student disturbances on or near campus.

The issue came up after the city paid about $10,000 in police overtime when students hit the streets to celebrate the Red Sox American League playoffs and World Series wins last fall.

The agreement has to be approved by the college, the state university system and the City Council.

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