St Andrews University brings in safety measures over drink-spiking concerns
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St Andrews University brings in safety measures over drink-spiking concerns

Training and tests planned at campus bars after incidents reported in four university cities across Scotland

Random bag searches, safety patrols and testing of unattended drinks are to be introduced at University of St Andrews student venues after a surge in concern about drink spiking, with reported incidents in four university cities across Scotland.

The university’s student association has announced a series of measures at their four campus bar venues, including training for staff on spiking, new signs that highlight what to do if you think you or someone else has been spiked, and sourcing test strips for common spiking drugs to use on drinks or urine.

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