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California Compensates Officer Involved in UC Davis OC Incident

October 24, 2013
John Pike, who had filed for the compensation from the University of California system, also cited the stress he endured from death threats he received after the incident. Pike, a former lieutenant with the UC Davis Police was fired in July 2012, after being on paid administrative leave for eight months.

Calif. Pepper-Spray Officer Claims Psychiatric Damage

July 29, 2013
Former University of California, Davis, Police Lt. John Pike is claiming he suffered psychiatric and nervous system damage as a result of a video-taped incident showing him pepper spraying Occupy protesters.

UC Davis Settles for $1M Over Pepper Spraying

September 27, 2012
The university will pay $1 million as part of the settlement. This includes a total of $730,000 to the named plaintiffs and others who were arrested or pepper-sprayed on Nov. 18. It will also include up to $250,000 in costs and attorney fees.

Pepper-Sprayed UC Davis Students to Receive Settlement

September 17, 2012
The University of California Regents approved an undisclosed settlement for the 21 UC Davis students and alumni who received a point-blank pepper-spraying from campus police in November 2011.

UC Davis Police Chief Overrules Panel, Fires Pepper-Spray Officer

August 3, 2012
UC Davis Police Chief Matthew Carmichael rejected a review that found Lt. John Pike should have faced demotion or a suspension at worst for his involvement in a pepper-spraying controversy that took place on campus in November. Instead, Pike was fired.

UC Davis Pepper Spray Officer Says He Was Fired

August 1, 2012
Lt. John Pike, a central figure in last November's pepper-spraying incident at UC Davis, is no longer employed by the university as of Tuesday. UC Davis officials declined further comment; however, Lt. Pike told the Sacramento Bee he was terminated.

UC Davis Pepper Spray Report Must Include Officers' Names

June 26, 2012
A judge has ruled that the names of the UC Davis police officers involved in last November's pepper spraying incident must be released to the public.

UC Davis Police Chief Steps Down

April 19, 2012
The University of California, Davis police chief who was criticized in a report on the November pepper-spray incident has decided to retire.

UC Davis Pepper-Spraying Incident: After-Action Report

April 11, 2012
The independent committee reviewing the pepper spraying of protesters at UC Davis in November issued its after-action report that cited numerous lapses and errors by campus administrators and officers, concluding the incident "should and could have been prevented."

Judge Blocks Release of UC Davis Pepper-Spray Report

March 7, 2012
A judge temporarily halted the release of a report Tuesday on the pepper-spraying of protestors at the University of California, Davis. The report names officers and could contain potentially damaging information about them.

Video: Why UC Davis Cops Pepper-Sprayed Protesters

December 5, 2011
A longer, nearly 9-minute version of the pepper spraying of protesters at UC Davis offers a familiar reminder for cops—video "evidence" offers an often deceptive, or at least incomplete, version of a police force encounter.

Alternate View of UC Davis Pepper Spraying

December 5, 2011

The Davis College Republicans have released footage they shot at the Occupy UC Davis protest where demonstrators were pepper sprayed. The footage shows a more complete account of the incident.

Hacker Group Targets Pepper-Spraying Cop

November 23, 2011
The Internet hacking group Anonymous has launched its latest attack on the UC Davis police officer accused of pepper-spraying student by posting a video online that lists his personal contact information.

Video: Calif. Campus Chief Placed on Leave After Pepper-Spray Incident

November 21, 2011
Administrators said they placed Chief Annette Spicuzza on leave as "a necessary step toward restoring trust on our campus," UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi, said in a statement.

UC Davis Officers Pepper-Spray Protesters

November 21, 2011

UC Davis officers in riot gear pepper-sprayed seated protesters at close range during a Friday protest, after they refused to remove their encampment.

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