The Army told its students at the school Monday they now have a 9 p.m. curfew and are forbidden from drinking alcohol, Presidio of Monterey spokesman Dan Carpenter said.
The curfew will be for students on and off campus and enforced, in part, through random in-person checks.
“It’s the Army getting serious about changing behavior,” Carpenter said.
The program was implemented as part of the Army’s effort to crackdown on sexual assaults, he said.
Carpenter said he did not have the number of sexual assaults that have taken place at the school.
“It’s not a high number,” he said.
But over on the rec trail in 2001 a couple of Marines nearly killed a woman.