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Alvarez, Alejandro: International law and related subjects
from the point of view of the American continent; a report on
lecture delivered in the universities of the United States,
1916-1918, under the auspices of the Carnegie endowment for
international peace, including a comparative study of the
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UC Berkeley Student Government Passes Resolution to Ban Urban Shield Trainings
A resolution urging the end of militarized police trainings from the University of California Police Department passed unanimously Wednesday night.
/ : Sydney Johnson, Friday, february 26, 2016.
The Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC) approved a resolution Wednesday night that recommends banning the University of California Police Department (UCPD) from taking part in highly militarized Urban Shield trainings.
The resolution, which was passed unanimously by the ASUC Senate, called for the “cessation of UCPD participation in, and funding for participation in, Urban Shield competitions, vendor expos, and seminars.” It stated that under the resolution, various campus officials, including the ASUC External Affairs vice president, the UC Berkeley Police Department chief, the vice chancellor of Student Affairs, and the Police Review Board will work together “to ensure the detrimental effects of Urban Shield are not found on our campus and to work on reforming policies to train UCPD effectively.”
Urban Shield is a full-scale regional preparedness exercise funded by the Bay Area Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI), a project financed by the US Department of Homeland Security. It assesses the Bay Area UASI Region's response capabilities within multi-discipline procedures, organization, planning, policies, equipment and training. During the Urban Shield trainings, participants are allowed to use military grade weapons, gear, and munitions, much of which is available for purchase at event’s vendor show