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Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, September 30, 2010
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Agenda: Legislative Days on Current Drug Policy. This is a two-day hearing on Sept. 29-30. The agenda includes: -Update on case law -Sentencing -Bureau of Criminal Apprehension -Drugs/Drug Offenders in Minnesota’s Prisons and Jails -Reducing Drug use-Treatment and Prevention -Impact of Drugs -Impact of State and Local Budget cuts Please see attached document for full agenda.
NOTE: Continuing Legal Education credits have been applied for. These meetings are open to the public.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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Agenda: Legislative Days on Current Drug Policy. This is a two-day hearing on Sept. 29-30. The agenda includes: -Update on case law -Sentencing -Bureau of Criminal Apprehension -Drugs/Drug Offenders in Minnesota’s Prisons and Jails -Reducing Drug use-Treatment and Prevention -Impact of Drugs -Impact of State and Local Budget cuts Please see attached document for full agenda.
NOTE: Continuing Legal Education credits have been applied for. These meetings are open to the public.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, April 15, 2010
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Agenda:
HF2939 (Hosch) Protective agents authorized to use flashing lights in certain traffic situations.
HF2827 (Hosch) Protective agent vehicle allowed use of flashing red light while escorting oversized vehicle.
SF2945 (Drazkowski) Child pornography related definition amended.
HF3637 (Urdahl) Persons prohibited from allowing underage drinking under certain circumstances.


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Gavel, and consideration of HF2939 (Hosch) Protective agents authorized to use flashing lights in certain traffic situations.
48:52 - SF2945 (Drazkowski) Child pornography related definition amended.
1:27:20 - HF3637 (Urdahl) Persons prohibited from allowing underage drinking under certain circumstances.
Runs 1 hour, 49 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, March 18, 2010
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Agenda: House Files 3318 and 3137 are pending referral.
Additional bills may be added.
HF1396 (Paymar) Domestic abuse; courts authorized to include pets and companion animals in protective orders.
HF3318 (Hortman) Uniform Unsworn Foreign Declarations Act proposed for adoption by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, and penalties provided.
HF3137 (Mullery) Chemical use screen required of juvenile offenders.
HF3423 (Peterson) Criminal penalty increased for possessing dangerous weapons on school property while criminal penalty lowered for brandishing, using, or possessing replica firearms and BB guns on school property.



Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, March 16, 2010
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Agenda: Informational hearing on Emily’s Law legislation. (NOTE: No votes will be taken on this legislation) HF3634 is pending referral.
Additional bills may be added.
HF3634 (Kulick Jackson) License revocation and license denial required for any health-related licensed professional convicted of a felony-level criminal sexual conduct offense.
HF3650 (Rosenthal) Peace officers granted authority to take into custody and impound vehicles in certain circumstances.



Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, March 11, 2010
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Agenda: NOTE: Seizure and forfeiture issues will be dealt with first.
House Files 2990, 2707, 3300, 3315 are pending referral.
House Files 67, 212, 728, 971,1120 are bills that were included in the Public Safety Policy Omnibus bill as it passed off the House Floor but were not included in the Conference Committee Report. The committee will limit itself to procedural action to send these bills to the General Register.
House Files 3382 and 3447 are division reports.
House File 582 was heard and passed in committee last session and sent to the General Register. The committee will limit itself to procedural action to send this bill to Finance.
Additional bills may be added.
HF2610 (Mullery) Property forfeiture provisions changed, and sale of forfeited property by law enforcement officers, employees, and family members.
HF2989 (Liebling) Forfeiture provisions recodified and consolidated while making numerous substantive and technical changes.
HF2992 (Champion) Human Rights Act technical amendments made.
HF3479 (Rosenthal) Office of Administrative Hearings authorized to review driver's license revocation or disqualification and motor vehicle plate impoundment resulting from implied consent violations.
HF3333 (Hilstrom) Criminal penalty increased for assaulting a vulnerable adult, and criminal penalties provided.
HF3321 (Lesch) Collection of fees allowed under the license reinstatement diversion pilot program to be extended for 18 months.
HF2757 (Kahn) Weight of water used in a controlled substance filtration device established when determining weight or amount of controlled substance.
HF3457 (Hilstrom) Indeterminate sentencing expanded for sex offenders with prior convictions for certain predatory offenses.
HF3496 (Hilstrom) Registration required for persons convicted or adjudicated in another country for offenses requiring registration in Minnesota, registration time period of predatory offender restarts after conviction of new crime clarified; attempt, aiding and abetting, and conspiracy to commit crimes against persons included for purposes of registration for predatory offender registration law.
HF2990 (Hilstrom) State Guardian Ad Litem Board established and money appropriated.
HF2975 (Lanning) Salvia divinorum sale and possession crime established, and penalty provided.
HF3410 (Kelly) County and regional jails authorized to house offenders from other states.
HF67 (Mullery) Gross misdemeanor created for assaulting a utility employee or contractor.
HF212 (Simon) Pretrial filing prerequisite of a transcript eliminated for admission into evidence of law enforcement vehicle recordings.
HF728 (Mullery) Animal fighting device or substance possession prohibited.
HF971 (Bigham) Predatory offender registration time period rule clarified.
HF1120 (Kath) Public safety; comprehensive incident-based reporting system data use delineated.
HF2707 (Mullery) Juvenile delinquency provisions modified to include stays of adjudication of delinquency, and juvenile delinquency continuance period duration extended.
HF3300 (Morrow) Civilly committed sex offenders, sexually dangerous persons, and sexual psychopathic personalities provisions modified, and judicial holds in commitment cases provisions amended.
HF2991 (Hilstrom) Court authorized to furnish any electronic copies of documents to public defender at no charge.
HF3427 (Winkler) Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management Act of 2010 enacted, and administrative, programmatic, technical, and clarifying changes made.
HF3382 (Lesch) Public hearings and public access to juvenile records governing provisions modified, expungement authorized of certain juvenile records, and human services commissioner authorized to grant set of asides or variances for certain individuals disqualified from licensure because of an offense as a juvenile.
HF3447 (Bigham) DNA collection from offenders authorized.
HF3315 (Bigham) Criminal penalty provisions modified, participation in comprehensive incident-based reporting system provided, and silencers for wildlife control use extended.
HF3526 (Paymar) Parole board established and membership duties and powers prescribed, and eligibility of individual to be considered for parole prescribed, and money appropriated.
HF582 (Lesch) Defendant waiver of jury trial requirement changed.
HF2819 (Mullery) Public access to certain juvenile records modified and release of records limited.
HF3352 (Lesch) Fire safety provisions modified to require state fire marshal to coordinate investigation of fatal fires, and obsolete, redundant, or unnecessary language clarified.



Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, March 9, 2010
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Agenda: House Files 3130, 3090, 3089, 2695, 891, 3131, 3312, 3381 are division reports.
HF3106 (Bigham) Implied consent, driving while impaired, and ignition interlock provisions modified.
HF3213 (Bigham) Controlled substances schedule amended by adding tramadol to schedule IV.
HF2639 (Johnson) Wireless telecommunications service providers authorized to provide call locations for emergencies, and Kelsey Smith Act provided.
HF3059 (Ruud) Pregnant women mandatory reporting requirements modified.
HF3130 (Lesch) Fire departments authorized to access criminal history data on current employees.
HF3090 (Hilstrom) Stalking crime modified.
HF3089 (Paymar) Statutory cap on bail modified for nonfelony domestic abuse offenders, domestic abuse no contact order law recodified and clarified, tampering with a witness crime expanded, data communications network requirement clarified to include orders for protection and no contact orders, and criminal penalties imposed.
HF2965 (Paymar) Multijurisdictional gang and drug task forces certification process established.
HF891 (Champion) Criminal record expungement authorized for individuals who have received stays of adjudication or diversion, expungements authorized without petitions in cases where charges were dismissed against a person upon prosecutorial approval and with victim notification, and persons petitioning for an expungement required to provide a copy of the criminal complaint or police report.
HF3131 (Mullery) Interstate Compact for Juveniles adopted.
HF3312 (Greiling) Criminal penalty provided for intentionally rendering a service animal unable to perform its duties, offenders convicted of harming service animals required to pay restitution, and civil remedies are not precluded by the criminal penalty for harming service animals.
HF3381 (Mullery) Juvenile history data retention increased to one year for a child who was arrested but not referred to a diversion program and delinquency petition has not been filed.


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03:58 - Gavel.
04:14 - HF3106 (Bigham) Implied consent, driving while impaired, and ignition interlock provisions modified.
38:25 - HF3059 (Ruud) Pregnant women mandatory reporting requirements modified.
50:17 - HF3213 (Bigham) Controlled substances schedule amended by adding tramadol to schedule IV.
52:16 - HF2639 (Johnson) Wireless telecommunications service providers authorized to provide call locations for emergencies.
1:08:26 - HF3312 (Greiling) Criminal penalty provided for intentionally rendering a service animal unable to perform its duties, offenders convicted of harming service animals required to pay restitution, and civil remedies are not precluded by the criminal penalty for harming service animals.
The Committee went in to recess.
* The complete audio archive of this meeting is available on the Committee's Audio & Video Archives page: http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/audio/archivescomm.asp?comm=86144&ls_year=86.
Runs 1 hour, 10 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, March 4, 2010
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Agenda: HF3191 is pending re-referral.
HF3081 (Hilstrom) Criminal sexual conduct in the first degree penalty increased.
HF3174 (Bigham) Predatory offender registration law amended to address registrants living in homeless shelters and to clarify that the registration requirement for offenders who move out of state are suspended not terminated.
HF3276 (Hilstrom) Criminal abuse of a vulnerable adult crime made a registrable offense under the predatory offender registration law.
HF3191 (Morrow) Sexual contact in secure treatment facilities included as criminal sexual conduct in the third and fourth degrees.
HF3103 (Drazkowski) Child pornography related definition amended.



Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, March 2, 2010
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Agenda: NOTE: There will also be an amendment related to changes with the B-Card.
HF3106 (Bigham) Implied consent, driving while impaired, and ignition interlock provisions modified.
HF3106 (Bigham) Implied consent, driving while impaired, and ignition interlock provisions modified.
HF2978 (Rosenthal) First-degree driving while impaired crime amended to include prior felony convictions from other states.
HF2978 (Rosenthal) First-degree driving while impaired crime amended to include prior felony convictions from other states.
HF2979 (Rosenthal) Alcohol concentration lowered from 0.20 to 0.16 for an aggravating factor under DWI law.
HF2979 (Rosenthal) Alcohol concentration lowered from 0.20 to 0.16 for an aggravating factor under DWI law.
HF2881 (Kath) Qualified persons with medical training or supervision authorized to take blood samples from DWI offenders, and legal immunity provided.
HF2881 (Kath) Qualified persons with medical training or supervision authorized to take blood samples from DWI offenders, and legal immunity provided.
HF2463 (Ward) Crow Wing County; substance monitoring pilot project established for certain persons with revoked driver's licenses.
HF2463 (Ward) Crow Wing County; substance monitoring pilot project established for certain persons with revoked driver's licenses.


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04:45 - Gavel, and discussion of HF2463 (Ward) Crow Wing County; substance monitoring pilot project established for certain persons with revoked driver's licenses.
16:56 - HF2978 (Rosenthal) First-degree driving while impaired crime amended to include prior felony convictions from other states.
21:08 - HF2979 (Rosenthal) Alcohol concentration lowered from 0.20 to 0.16 for an aggravating factor under DWI law.
32:00 - HF2881 (Kath) Qualified persons with medical training or supervision authorized to take blood samples from DWI offenders, and legal immunity provided.
36:48 - HF3106 (Bigham) Implied consent, driving while impaired, and ignition interlock provisions modified.
Runs 1 hour, 30 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, February 25, 2010
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Agenda:
HF3038 (Olin) Inmate payment of room and board modified to include any time credited for time served.
HF3038 (Olin) Inmate payment of room and board modified to include any time credited for time served.
HF3018 (Paymar) Prostitution law provisions clarified and recodified and certain definitions modified.
HF3018 (Paymar) Prostitution law provisions clarified and recodified and certain definitions modified.
HF2991 (Hilstrom) Court authorized to furnish any electronic copies of documents to public defender at no charge.
HF2991 (Hilstrom) Court authorized to furnish any electronic copies of documents to public defender at no charge.
HF1217 (Gardner) Legend and nonprescription drug possession allowed by those disposing of them, and definitions modified.
HF1217 (Gardner) Legend and nonprescription drug possession allowed by those disposing of them, and definitions modified.
HF2864 (Gardner) Pilot project authorized to allow judges to order electronic monitoring for domestic abuse offenders on pretrial release.
HF2864 (Gardner) Pilot project authorized to allow judges to order electronic monitoring for domestic abuse offenders on pretrial release.
HF2608 (Hilstrom) Protection area extended to a reasonable area around residence or dwelling in ex parte orders for protection.
HF2608 (Hilstrom) Protection area extended to a reasonable area around residence or dwelling in ex parte orders for protection.



Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, February 23, 2010
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Agenda: Office of the Legislative Auditor's Report on the Public Defender System


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, February 18, 2010
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Agenda:
HF2757 (Kahn) Weight of water used in a controlled substance filtration device established when determining weight or amount of controlled substance.
HF2757 (Kahn) Weight of water used in a controlled substance filtration device established when determining weight or amount of controlled substance.
HF2701 (Atkins) Firefighter related terms modified.
HF2701 (Atkins) Firefighter related terms modified.
HF2950 (Atkins) Deceptive practices prohibited in the sale of event tickets.
HF2950 (Atkins) Deceptive practices prohibited in the sale of event tickets.
HF2888 (Bigham) Careless driving resulting in death; criminal penalty provided.
HF2888 (Bigham) Careless driving resulting in death; criminal penalty provided.
HF524 (Mullery) County jail reentry project established, and money appropriated.
HF524 (Mullery) County jail reentry project established, and money appropriated.
HF2607 (Mullery) Detention placement options clarified for extended jurisdiction juveniles pending revocation hearings.
HF2607 (Mullery) Detention placement options clarified for extended jurisdiction juveniles pending revocation hearings.
HF2618 (Mullery) Court required to provided a general notice of collateral sanctions to a juvenile before accepting a guilty plea.
HF2618 (Mullery) Court required to provided a general notice of collateral sanctions to a juvenile before accepting a guilty plea.


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03:42 - Gavel and discussion of HF2757 (Kahn) Measurement of the actual weight of controlled substance residue mandated for determining severity of controlled substance offenses.
21:58 - HF2701 (Atkins) Firefighter related terms modified.
24:31 - HF2950 (Atkins) Deceptive practices prohibited in the sale of event tickets.
26:01 - HF2888 (Bigham) Careless driving resulting in death penalty provided.
37:23 - HF524 (Mullery) County jail reentry project established, and money appropriated.
49:00 - HF2607 (Mullery) Detention placement options clarified for extended jurisdiction juveniles pending revocation hearings.
59:00 - HF2618 (Mullery) Court required to provided a general notice of collateral sanctions to a juvenile before accepting a guilty plea.
Runs 1 hour, 4 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, February 16, 2010
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Agenda: Report Presentation from the Corrections Strategic Management and Operations Advisory Taskforce *** NOTE *** For the Public Safety Policy and Oversight Committee, this joint hearing is in lieu of the regularly scheduled time (1:00 p.m.)


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, February 9, 2010
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Agenda: Overview on 2010 Sentencing Guidelines Annual Report to the Legislature *HF1457 was passed after a full hearing in the 2009 session and returned to the committee pursuant to House Rule 4.20. The committee intends to limit itself to taking procedural action to return this bill to the General Register.
HF1457 (Johnson) Unfunded mandates affecting local governmental units eliminated.
HF1457 (Johnson) Unfunded mandates affecting local governmental units eliminated.
HF2616 (Kahn) Bicyclists allowed to stop and proceed through red light under limited circumstances.
HF2616 (Kahn) Bicyclists allowed to stop and proceed through red light under limited circumstances.
HF2470 (Hilstrom) Scanning device and reencoder use to acquire information from payment cards included as identity theft.
HF2470 (Hilstrom) Scanning device and reencoder use to acquire information from payment cards included as identity theft.



Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, April 2, 2009
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Agenda: HF108 (Norton) Seat belt violation made a primary offense in all seating positions regardless of age.
HF1719 (Atkins) Viatical settlements regulated, and Viatical Settlements Model Act of the National Association of Insurance Commissions enacted and modified.
HF1394 (Hayden) Real property; Notice requirements specified, reduced redemption period for abandoned property and public nuisances provisions modified, a duty to protect vacant foreclosed property established, failure to maintain property fines imposed, construction site trespassing posting requirements altered, civil and criminal penalties imposed.
HF1947 (Lesch) Statewide Minnesota prescription program established, use of tamper-resistant prescription drug forms required, and money appropriated.
HF7 (Winkler) Laws prohibiting misuse of state funds clarified and strengthened.
HF545 (Champion) Civil rights restoration notice required.
HF1457 (Johnson) Unfunded mandates affecting local governmental units eliminated.
HF1609


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, March 26, 2009
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Agenda: HF1543 (Slawik) Family day care background checks required, and criminal history data access allowed.
HF1442 (Olin) Crime of fleeing a peace officer modified.
HF1224 (Mullery) State policy established on disproportionate minority contact in juvenile justice system.
HF1962 (Kohls) Juvenile petty offender parents allowed probation supervisory duties.
HF1301 (Hilstrom) Public Safety Policy Omnibus Bill A delete-everything amendment is available online or outside 387A State Office Building.
The committee has already heard testimony on these two bills below. (HF582 and HF570) The committee will limit itself to procedural action only.
HF582 (Lesch) Defendant waiver of jury trial requirement changed.
HF570 (Champion) Rest area activities prohibited.
The committee will reconvene at 6:30pm in 400N State Office Building to hear: HF1238 (Dill) Refund provisions modified, definitions modified, publication requi


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Wednesday, March 25, 2009
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Agenda: HF1460 (Johnson) Earned compliance credit program established for persons on supervised release.
HF1827 (Paymar) Judicial sanctions enforced, fines, fees, and surcharges included.
HF728 (Mullery) Animal fighting device or substance possession prohibited.
HF2063 (Hilstrom) Commissioner of public safety required to present performance measures to the legislature.
HF2065 (Hilstrom) Commissioner of corrections required to present performance measures to the legislature.
HF2027 (Johnson) Probation officers and pretrial release agents authorized to conduct searches of persons on probation or pretrial release.
HF2045 (Winkler) Specialized emergency response teams provided to supplement resources responding to catastrophe.
HF2022 (Bigham) Registered housing included with services establishments in definition of health care facility for registration of predatory offenders.
HF1639 (Morrow) Minnesota sex offender program provisions modified, additional oversight and client grievance proce


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, March 24, 2009
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Agenda: HF292 (Rukavina) Medical marijuana use provided, civil and criminal penalties provided, and money appropriated.
HF988 (Mariani) REAL ID Act implementation prohibited. HF1405 (Hilstrom) Tax data disclosed to law enforcement authorities.
HF1397 (Hilstrom) Fourth Judicial District provided fiscal flexibility as to the location of court facilities. HF1791 (Nelson) Peace officer and corrections officer employment provided under joint power agreements.
HF1805 (Atkins) Full-time firefighter licensing standards and fees established.
The committee will reconvene at 6:15 p.m. in 400N State Office Building to hear: Reports from Crime Victims/Criminal Records HF1043 (Johnson) Job applicant's criminal history consideration addressed during the public employment hiring process; HF1518 (Champion) Commissioner of public safety authorized to gather, compile, and publish data on human trafficking every three years.
HF1636 (Clark) Human trafficking victims' housing and support services prov

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02:05 - Gavel.
02:30 - HF292 (Rukavina) Medical marijuana use provided, civil and criminal penalties provided, and money appropriated.
1:14:10 - HF988 (Mariani) REAL ID Act implementation prohibited (pending referral).
1:27:35 - HF1805 (Atkins) Full-time firefighter licensing standards and fees established.
1:29:21 - HF1791 (Nelson) Peace officer and corrections officer employment provided under joint power agreements.
The committee recessed.
Runs 1 hour, 31 minutes.
* Video is not available of the reconvening of this meeting, the complete audio archive of this meeting is available on the committee's audio archives page.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, March 19, 2009
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Agenda: Reports from Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division: HF1273 (Rosenthal) Domestic abuse arrest time expanded; HF1546 (Rosenthal) Eliminating the requirement that a previous conviction be against a family or household member to enhance a domestic assault conviction; HF1245 (Simon) Domestic abuse provisions modified, definitions expanded, and no contact orders expanded to apply throughout the state; HF1349 (Hilstrom) Victims of criminal sexual conduct required to receive information regarding orders for protection and restraining orders; HF1199 (Lesch) Felony domestic assault and domestic assault by strangulation defined as crimes of violence; HF1392 (Lesch) Omnibus sexual conduct technical review bill provided; HF1120 (Kath) Comprehensive incident-based reporting system data use delineated; HF1119 (Kath) Bureau of Criminal Apprehension; statutes amended to reflect organizational changes.
HF1509 (Hilstrom) Challenge incarceration program expanded.
HF1145 (Bigham) Investment an


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Wednesday, March 18, 2009
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Agenda: HF1050 (Olin) Short term commitment authorization repealed.
HF1270 (Paymar) Short-term offender pilot project development required, money appropriated.
HF1521 (Liebling) Earned release dates for imprisoned offenders provided, qualifying offenders required to be placed on enhanced reentry supervised release, and law requiring short-term offenders to be incarcerated in local correctional facilities repealed, and money appropriated.
HF67 (Mullery) Gross misdemeanor created for assaulting a utility employee or contractor.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, March 17, 2009
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Agenda: HF253 (Tillberry) Dog and cat breeder standards of care provided, and money appropriated.
HF819 (Atkins) Ticket sales; early internet sales of event tickets at inflated prices prohibited.
HF1213 (Hortman) Prostitution penalty enhancement provision for repeat offenders clarified, prostitution in a public place crime broadened, driving records relating to prostitution offenses made public for repeat offenders, and record availability ensured to law enforcement for first-time offenders.
HF1145 (Bigham) Investment and expert services for indigent defendants payment request applications modified.
HF497 (Mullery) Firearm data access authorized by parole and probation authorities.
HF1237(Eken) State park permit requirements modified, authority to operate state monuments and establish secondary units modified, John A. Latsch State Park liquor service eliminated, boater waysides provided, watercraft requirements modified, penalty appeals and enforcement provided, wild animal taking provide


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, March 12, 2009
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Agenda: HF1242 (Seifert) Brandon's law established, procedures implemented for investigating missing person cases, and Minnesota Clearinghouse for Missing Persons established. HF1162 (Kath) Correctional facilities authorized to forward surcharges from criminal and traffic offender wages to court or other entity. HF1097 (Hansen) Aircraft cockpits secured against lasers. HF570 (Champion) Rest area activities prohibited. HF1422 (Bigham) Financial Oversight Council changed to an advisory board.
HF525 (Mullery) Current DWI ignition interlock device pilot program expanded by two years and applied statewide. HF1301 (Hilstrom) County authority and detention orders clarified.
HF1235 (Hilstrom) Aggravated sentencing departure factors included that are not elements of the crime of conviction.

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05:30 - Gavel.
05:48 - HF1242 (Seifert) Brandon's law established, procedures implemented for investigating missing person cases, and Minnesota Clearinghouse for Missing Persons established.
1:01:45 - HF1097 (Hansen) Aircraft cockpits secured against lasers.
1:15:20 - HF570 (Champion) Rest area activities prohibited.
1:22:58 - HF1162 (Kath) Correctional facilities authorized to forward surcharges from criminal and traffic offender wages to court or other entity.
1:26:40 - HF1422 (Bigham) Financial Oversight Council changed to an advisory board.
1:40:28 - HF525 (Mullery) Current DWI ignition interlock device pilot program expanded by two years and applied statewide.
1:45:05 - HF1301 (Hilstrom) County authority and detention orders clarified.
1:50:35 - HF1235 (Hilstrom) Aggravated sentencing departure factors included that are not elements of the crime of conviction.
Runs 1 hour, 55 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, March 10, 2009
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Agenda: HF589 (Lesch) Driver's license reinstatement diversion pilot program created for individuals charged with driving without a valid license. HF1144 (Bigham) Out-of-state juvenile placement reports repealed, Sentencing Guidelines Commission review of reports required. HF1274 (Rosenthal) Statewide Radio Board designated as Minnesota's State Interoperability Executive Committee.
HF1264 (Hilstrom) Trespass crime expanded to prohibit entry into areas cordoned off by peace officers.
HF702 (Hilstrom) Summary data collection and reporting required relating to decisions that affect a child's status within the juvenile justice system.
HF1039 (Smith) Provisions clarified for an inmate convicted for assaulting a correctional officer to serve sentence consecutive to the sentence for which they are imprisoned.
HF1223 (Bigham) has been removed from the agenda.

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00:23 - Gavel, and HF589 (Lesch) Driver's license reinstatement diversion pilot program created for individuals charged with driving without a valid license.
15:36 - HF1039 (Smith) Provisions clarified for an inmate convicted for assaulting a correctional officer to serve sentence consecutive to the sentence for which they are imprisoned.
21:40 - HF1144 (Bigham) Out-of-state juvenile placement reports repealed, Sentencing Guidelines Commission review of reports required.
32:21 - HF1274 (Rosenthal) Statewide Radio Board designated as Minnesota's State Interoperability Executive Committee.
34:36 - HF1264 (Hilstrom) Trespass crime expanded to prohibit entry into areas cordoned off by peace officers.
56:40 - HF702 (Hilstrom) Summary data collection and reporting required relating to decisions that affect a child's status within the juvenile justice system.
Runs 1 hour, 29 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, March 5, 2009
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Agenda: Reports from Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division: HF248 (Paymar) Existing domestic fatality review team continuation authorized and all judicial districts permitted to create domestic fatality review teams; HF551 (Kalin) Predatory offender risk-level assessment process amended, penalties increased, and training required regarding predatory offenders for those who care for children and vulnerable adults.
HF720 (Hilstrom) Uniform Child Witness Testimony by Alternative Methods Act adopted.
HF818 (Hilstrom) Financial records disclosure in connection with financial exploitation investigations authorized, procedures for reporting and investigating maltreatment modified, duties of financial institutions in cases of financial exploitation specified, and penalties imposed.
HF1021 (Kelly) Arrest authorized for person who escapes from custody on an allegation or adjudication of a delinquent act.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, March 3, 2009
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Agenda: Report from Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division: HF116 (Ward) Type III school bus driver qualifications modified.
HF980 (Lieder) Peace officer eligibility requirements based on military experience modified. HF622 (Welti) Local law enforcement agency grant established to develop or expand lifesaver programs that locate lost or wandering persons who are mentally impaired, task force authorized, and money appropriated. HF180 (Paymar) Heads of law enforcement agencies penalty established for those who allow nonlicensed employees and peace officer agents to carry firearms. HF600 (Kalin) Controlled substance offense minimum fine disbursement authorized to juvenile substance abuse court programs. HF166 (Sanders) Retail sales of recalled toys prohibited.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, February 26, 2009
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Agenda: HF161 (Thissen) Medical response unit reimbursement pilot program established, emergency medical services programs funded, and money appropriated. HF971 (Bigham) Predatory offender registration time period rule clarified.
HF695 (Hilstrom) Marriage terms, procedures, and forms clarified, modified, and specified HF792 (Hilstrom) Machine gun and short-barreled shotgun possession included on list of crimes against a person for registration under the Predatory Offender Registration Law.
HF180 (Paymar) has been removed from the agenda.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, February 24, 2009
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Agenda: HF267 (Hortman) Motor vehicle restraint required for child passengers under the age of eight and shorter than four feet nine inches and seat belt requirements modified accordingly.
HF755 (Simon) Felony theft added to racketeering statute, and identity theft added to the enhanced penalty for theft. HF668 (Morrow) Postcrash procedures provided for school buses in accidents. HF509 (Hilstrom) Public defender representation provisions modified.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, February 17, 2009
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Agenda: Oversight of Department of Public Safety.

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02:10 - Gavel, and oversight of Department of Public Safety.
Runs 1 hour, 11 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, February 12, 2009
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Agenda: HF582 (Lesch) Defendant waiver of jury trial requirement changed.
HF45 (Bigham) Penalty provided for careless driving resulting in death, and providing for revocation of violator's driver's license.
HF134 (Garofalo) Careless driving resulting in death classified as a gross misdemeanor.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, February 10, 2009
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Agenda: HF129 (Bigham) Electronic devices prohibited to sexually solicit children. HF130 (Bigham) Predatory offenders prohibited from accessing and using social networking Web sites which require registration. Minnesota Courts overview Reports from Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division: HF139 (Doty) Domestic violence awareness month designated for month of October.
HF254 (Thissen) Law enforcement required to provide violent crime alerts to citizens who request notification, and crime alerts required to be distributed in a format that disabled citizens can access.

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House Public Safety Policy and Oversight Committee
04:02 - Gavel.
04:36 - HF129 (Bigham) Electronic devices prohibited to sexually solicit children.
Report from Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division:.
09:27 - HF139 (Doty) Domestic violence awareness month designated for month of October.
17:55 - HF254 (Thissen) Law enforcement required to provide violent crime alerts to citizens who request notification, and crime alerts required to be distributed in a format that disabled citizens can access.
24:30 - HF130 (Bigham) Predatory offenders prohibited from accessing and using social networking Web sites which require registration.
33:06 - Minnesota Courts overview.
Runs 1 hour, 22 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, February 5, 2009
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Agenda: Probation overview.
HF212 (Simon) Pretrial filing of a transcript for admission into evidence of law enforcement vehicle recordings prerequisite eliminated.
HF366 (Paymar) POST board powers and duties clarified.
HF448 (Mullery) Emergency 911 systems allowed to include referral to mental health crisis teams.
HF449 (Mullery) Crisis intervention team grants established, and money appropriated.

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01:09 - Gavel, and discussion of HF366 (Paymar) POST board powers and duties clarified.
04:35 - HF448 (Mullery) Emergency 911 systems allowed to include referral to mental health crisis teams.
15:57 - HF449 (Mullery) Crisis intervention team grants established.
40:14 - HF212 (Simon) Pretrial filing of a transcript for admission into evidence of law enforcement vehicle recordings prerequisite eliminated.
1:02:35 - Probation overview.
Runs 1 hour, 30 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, February 3, 2009
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Agenda: Continuation of Minnesota Department of Corrections Performance Report


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, January 29, 2009
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Agenda: HF85 (Juhnke) Mounting global positioning systems on windshields authorized.
HF145 (Hilstrom) Methamphetamine precursor drug logs maintained by retailers retention time period specified and inspection of logs provided to be open to law enforcement.
HF70 (Mullery) Pharmacies required to provide certain drug purchase information to law enforcement.
Minnesota Department of Corrections Performance Report

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Public Safety Policy and Oversight Committee
02:06 - Gavel.
02:45 - HF85 (Juhnke) Mounting global positioning systems on windshields authorized.
07:37 - Discussion of both HF145 (Hilstrom) Methamphetamine precursor drug logs maintained by retailers retention time period specified and inspection of logs provided to be open to law enforcement; and HF70 (Mullery) Pharmacies required to provide certain drug purchase information to law enforcement.
27:25 - Minnesota Department of Corrections performance report.
Runs 1 hour, 26 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Public Safety Finance Division and Public Safety Policy and Oversight Committee
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
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Agenda: Controlled Substances Working Group report *** NOTE *** For the Public Safety Finance Division, this joint hearing is in lieu of the regularly scheduled time (8:30 a.m.)


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Senate Judiciary and House Public Safety Policy and Oversight
Thursday, January 22, 2009
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Agenda: Adam Walsh Act

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Joint meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee and the House Public Safety Policy and Oversight Committee
01:45 - Gavel and NCSL presentation on Adam Walsh Act.
Runs 1 hour, 32 minutes.


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Thursday, January 15, 2009
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Agenda: Criminal law overview Public Defender overview


Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Tuesday, January 13, 2009
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Agenda: Minnesota's prison population

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