Civil Unrest

Read: 25 UCLA Pro-Palestine Protestors Arrested After Renewed Demonstrations on Campus

25 UCLA Pro-Palestine Protestors Arrested After Renewed Demonstrations on Campus

Police say protestors set up more tents, dyed a fountain red, spray-painted walkways, and vandalized equipment on UCLA’s campus.

Read: UPDATE: California Judge Orders UC Workers to Pause Strike

UPDATE: California Judge Orders UC Workers to Pause Strike

United Auto Workers Local 4811, which represents 48,000 graduate teaching assistants, researchers, and other academic workers at UC’s 10 campuses, have been walking off the job since May 20.

Read: Columbia University Settles with Jewish Student Over Pro-Palestine Protest Security Issues

Columbia University Settles with Jewish Student Over Pro-Palestine Protest Security Issues

The school will create a “Safe Passage Liaison” who will serve as the main contact for Columbia students with safety concerns stemming from protests at the school.

Read: UCLA Chancellor Survives No-Confidence Vote Prompted by Attacks on Pro-Palestine Protestors

UCLA Chancellor Survives No-Confidence Vote Prompted by Attacks on Pro-Palestine Protestors

More than four in 10 faculty members voted in favor of the no-confidence motion against UCLA Chancellor Gene Block, while 50% voted to censure him.

Read: Which Colleges and Universities Are Experiencing Pro-Palestine Protests?

Which Colleges and Universities Are Experiencing Pro-Palestine Protests?

More than 100 college campuses, mostly in the U.S., are experiencing pro-Palestine demonstrations and encampments, resulting in student arrests, suspensions, and expulsions.

Read: Lessons Learned from Nationwide Protests to Be Covered at Campus Safety Conference

Lessons Learned from Nationwide Protests to Be Covered at Campus Safety Conference

All attendees will come together to share lessons they learned, struggles they experienced, and strategies they used to maintain safety and security while protecting First Amendment rights.

Read: UCLA Announces New Office of Campus Safety After Violent Protests

UCLA Announces New Office of Campus Safety After Violent Protests

The union that represents campus police at all 10 University of California campuses is blaming UCLA administrators for its officers’ response.

Read: University of California President Launches Investigation into UCLA’s Response to Counter Protestors Attack of Pro-Palestine Encampment

University of California President Launches Investigation into UCLA’s Response to Counter Protestors Attack of Pro-Palestine Encampment

In response to the violence on UCLA’s campus, law enforcement began dismantling the pro-Palestine encampment on Thursday.

Read: Brown, Northwestern Universities Reach Agreements with Pro-Palestine Protesters

Brown, Northwestern Universities Reach Agreements with Pro-Palestine Protesters

Both schools have agreed to consider divesting from companies that protesters say support or profit from the war in Gaza.

Read: University Emergency Management’s Response Role in Civil Unrest

University Emergency Management’s Response Role in Civil Unrest

Just like in an active shooter situation, university emergency managers are increasingly asked to take a more active response role in just about all disasters, including protests, demonstrations, riot and other civil disturbances.

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