BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The 2020-21 ASUC Senate has fully begun its functions, passing resolutions as well as discussing student life and campus policing at its meeting Wednesday.
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The 2020-21 ASUC Senate has fully begun its functions, passing resolutions as well as discussing student life and campus policing at its meeting Wednesday.
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The Independent Advisory Board on Police Accountability and Community Safety released its report on the UCPD on June 30, recommending more than 25 changes that aim to create a safer campus environment and increase police accountability.
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The Independent Advisory Board on Police Accountability and Community Safety released its report on the UCPD on June 30, recommending more than 25 changes that aim to create a safer campus environment and increase police accountability.
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To limit overcrowding in what are usually popular spots during the celebrations, UC Berkeley campus parking lots and Grizzly Peak Boulevard will be closed July 4, as high fire danger is expected.
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To limit overcrowding in what are usually popular spots during the celebrations, UC Berkeley campus parking lots and Grizzly Peak Boulevard will be closed July 4, as high fire danger is expected.
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The shelter-in-place ordinance issued by the city of Berkeley in March to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 has emptied the normally busy streets of the city and campus, reducing police calls for service and shifting the daily lives of officers on duty.
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The shelter-in-place ordinance issued by the city of Berkeley in March to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 has emptied the normally busy streets of the city and campus, reducing police calls for service and shifting the daily lives of officers on duty.
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PG&E has administered a Public Safety Power Shutoff, or PSPS, affecting about 100,000 out of Alameda County’s approximate 1.7 million residents beginning Wednesday at 8 p.m. until current weather conditions, which are conducive to wildfires, change.
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PG&E has administered a Public Safety Power Shutoff, or PSPS, affecting about 100,000 out of Alameda County’s approximate 1.7 million residents beginning Wednesday at 8 p.m. until current weather conditions, which are conducive to wildfires, change.
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Under AB 392, force must only be used when “necessary” rather than when “reasonable.” The bill, signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Aug. 19, specifies that officers must use other resources and techniques to address threats instead of deadly force.
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Under AB 392, force must only be used when “necessary” rather than when “reasonable.” The bill, signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Aug. 19, specifies that officers must use other resources and techniques to address threats instead of deadly force.
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The fire had burned out on its own by the time the Berkeley Fire Department arrived, according to a UCPD spokesperson, and no UC property was damaged.
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The fire had burned out on its own by the time the Berkeley Fire Department arrived, according to a UCPD spokesperson, and no UC property was damaged.
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According to the UCPD crime log for Wednesday, a man was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon on the second floor of the Haas Business School and was taken to Santa Rita Jail.
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According to the UCPD crime log for Wednesday, a man was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon on the second floor of the Haas Business School and was taken to Santa Rita Jail.
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A man was found dead near Edwards Track on Sunday afternoon, according to an email from UCPD spokesperson Sgt. Nicolas Hernandez.
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A man was found dead near Edwards Track on Sunday afternoon, according to an email from UCPD spokesperson Sgt. Nicolas Hernandez.
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A UC Berkeley employee was transported to a hospital Wednesday following a dry ice explosion in a campus building, according to an email from UCPD Sgt. Nicolas Hernandez.
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A UC Berkeley employee was transported to a hospital Wednesday following a dry ice explosion in a campus building, according to an email from UCPD Sgt. Nicolas Hernandez.
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