The next document, below, lists additional information about what drugs were found and where at each campus drugs were found.
Interesting that out of 228 searches, 17 searches yielded drugs. This equates to about a 7.5% hit rate, which assuming 2-3 campuses are searched daily, means on average the dogs are finding one location a week that has drugs.
I'm amazed that some schools have a much higher hit rate than one might expect-while others that many might expect to yield big finds-- have so far not had any significant findings.
I'm told the searches and the random nature in which they are being deployed is proving to be an effective deterrent to students bringing drugs to our schools; Less drugs at schools equals safer schools.