Aug 02, 2007 · Beyond the specific incident involving Tabatabainejad, Bobb found that the UCLA Police Department’s policies regarding use of force by officers were “inconsistent with the policies of other ...
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Nov 21, 2006 · Taser incident: An article in Tuesday’s California section about the UCLA police officer who used a Taser gun on a student misspelled the last name of Willie Davis Frazier, a homeless man who ...
UCLA Taser incident; 2007. September 2007, USA. University of Florida Taser incident; October 2007, Canada. Robert Dziekański Taser incident; November 2007, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Howard Hyde incident, police had jolted him with a Taser up to five times about 30 hours before he died.
UCLA Taser Incident Raises Questions on Use of Force. Student was tasered following situation during night hours at campus library. via NewsEdge Corporation. Aug 6th, 2007.
 The UCLA Taser incident  and the University of Florida Taser incident  involved university police officers using their Taser's "Drive Stun" capability (referred to as a "contact tase" in the University of Florida Offense Report).
Nov 16, 2006 · CAIR-LA CALLS FOR PROBE OF UCLA TASER INCIDENT. Student given multiple stun gun shocks by campus police (ANAHEIM, CA, 11/16/06) - The Southern California office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-LA) today called for an independent investigation of an incident late Tuesday in which a student at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) was given multiple “Taser” stun ...
Duren said Monday that he joined the UCLA police force after being fired from the Long Beach Police Department in the late 1980s. This other incident is what got him recommended for termination, but instead he was suspended for 90 days.
Nov 18, 2006 · Video of students at UCLA demonstrating against the UCPD excessive force with the taser against a student who didn't have his BruinID card.
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UCLA police confirmed late Monday that the officer who fired the Taser gun was Terrence Duren, who has served in the university's Police Department for 18 years. Duren, who was named officer of the year in 2001, also has been involved in several controversial incidents on campus.