Officers from the Winchester Rural North Safer Neighbourhoods Team have been working with staff at Sparsholt College near Winchester to ensure the safety of students.
The team have run three operations on the college campus since the start of the academic year and have also attended the fresher's fair and open days.
In September, officers carried out a car safety day which focussed on educating students on basic car maintenance.
Cars being driven onto the campus were checked for road worthiness including tyres, lights, tax and insurance. A number of drivers were given advice regarding their vehicles.
As part of the College's wider programme of anti-drugs education and the zero tolerance stance taken by the college, during October the SNT carried out two anti-drug operations with the assistance of passive search dogs and their handlers.
Sergeant Mark Lamper, from the Winchester Rural North SNT, said: "Every year Sparsholt College has a new intake of students with many living away from home for the first time.
"Joint operations like these demonstrate to students and their parents how committed both the college and the local police are to their safety and wellbeing.
"We hope that our drug operations will provide a visible deterrent to students who may be tempted to experiment with drugs."