The opinion of the court was delivered by: Jay C. Gandhi United States Magistrate Judge
Pursuant to the stipulation of the parties, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that:
1. The documents subject to this agreement are documents responsive to plaintiff's Request for Identification and Production of Documents (Set One). Defendant Oxnard Police Department has responded with objections to item Nos. 6, 7, 11, 25 - 27, 31, 33, 34, 36, 37, 39, 40, 44, 47, 48, 50 and 51, and served a privilege log for documents and things for which defendant asserts various privileges.
2. The documents and items delineated in the privilege log are the proper subject of a privilege. The Court finds the following information to be confidential:
a. Use of Force Reports involving Joseph Floriano and Brandon Stevens (Bates #01044-01169);
b. P.O.S.T. training records of Joseph Floriano and Brandon Stevens (Bates #01170-01179);
c. Recorded Statements from Internal Affairs Investigation #09-6170 contained on audio CD (Bates #01371);
d. Use of Force complaints involving Joseph Floriano and Brandon Stevens (Bates #01372-01378);
e. Internal Affairs Investigation #09-6170(Bates #01380-01396);
f. Psychological examination results of Joseph Floriano (Bates #01397);
g. Psychological examination results of Brandon Stevens (Bates #01398);
h. Personnel records of Joseph Floriano (Bates #01399-01502); and
i. Personnel records of Brandon Stevens (Bates #01503-01550).
3. Defendants may redact highly personal and irrelevant confidential information regarding the defendants contained in such personnel files and documents, such as, but not limited to, home addresses, phone numbers, names of family members, personal injury and workers' compensation information, salary information, tax return information, ...