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Attendees, Fans, and Students:

The City of Aliquippa Bureau of Police along with the Aliquippa School District wish all those participating in the game good luck and a safe game. As always, safety for this event will be a priority for both the Aliquippa Bureau of Police and campus security.  To protect all in attendance we wish to remind everyone that there is a zero-tolerance policy in effect for weapons, drugs, alcohol, fighting, and unruly conduct. Violations of law and/or these rules will result in an immediate removal from the Aliquippa Highschool Campus and/or criminal prosecution. Absolutely zero tailgating will be permitted on or around the Aliquippa Highschool Campus. Anyone violating these policies will be barred from entering the football game and served with a defiant trespass notice. Failure to comply with the defiant trespass notice will result in arrest and prosecution.

In addition to the increased security measures at the game there will be alterations to traffic patterns within the city. Following the game, all traffic exiting the campus will be directed to go East on Main Street and take Franklin Avenue.

As always, we hope that this student-athletic event will be enjoyable for all involved. We can only achieve this with everyone’s cooperation.

Donald A. Couch, Jr - Chief of Police @ Aliquippa Police Department





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