"If nothing is changed by next weekend, we're going to take a more aggressive approach," Geiss added.
The protests would involve students sitting on their stoops on weekends in Brookline who were not intoxicated to see if Brookline police would take action against any of them.
"If they're confronted by authorities and arrested, it's a clear notion of an abuse of power," she said. "They're trying to scare students to behave, and it's indicative of their police state as whole. To those in power - they are the law."