By Chris Avery
The Bear Insider met Assistant Chief Celaya of the campus police department at their headquarters on the ground floor of Sproul Hall Friday mid-afternoon. The meeting occurred after the court hearing on Thursday that discussed injunction language, but before the court ruling was released Friday evening. I described to him the events in court on Thursday, including the discussions about fencing as a procedure campus police might want to use when enforcing law on campus. Chief Celaya had not heard about the hearing yet from his administration, but certainly agreed with the general proposition that the police force needed to be free to carry out their responsibilities as they see fit.
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