Task force to release UC Davis pepper spray report Wednesday | Education
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- The University of California is preparing to release a report on the pepper-spraying of student protesters by UC Davis police.
A judge on Tuesday approved a settlement requiring officials to remove the names of most police officers who were interviewed about or involved in the incident before making public the findings of a task force that looked into the Nov. 28 clash.
The UC police officers' union had sued to keep the document under wraps, saying that naming officers could subject them to harassment.
The university system now plans to unveil the report with most of the names redacted at noon Wednesday on the UC Davis web site.
The task force, chaired by a former California Supreme Court justice, is scheduled to present the report at UC Davis later in the day.