A report reviewing and recommending changes to UC policies on protests was released Friday morning.
After the Nov. 9 Occupy Cal protests and the UC Davis pepper-spraying incident, UC President Mark Yudof asked UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Christopher Edley and UC Vice President and General Counsel for Legal Affairs Charles Robinson to examine the roles of police, administration, students and the campus community in protests across the UC.
The report, titled “Response to Protests on UC Campuses,” does not specifically address issues related to the Occupy Cal protests or the pepper-spraying incident, instead addressing university-wide policies.
Below is the text of the report:
Christopher Yee is an assistant news editor.
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