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Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

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Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

3/10/2020
Community Centered Transportation Safety Day HF 3555 (Moller) DWI offenders not required to take specified exam as driver's license reinstatement condition. HF 3045 (Edelson) Ignition interlock driving privilege reinstatement provided. HF 3085 (Tabke) Transit ambassador and administrative citation program established, unlawfully obtaining transit services penalties amended, report required, and money appropriated. HF 4049 (Tabke) Identification cards provided for offenders released from incarceration. Previous Hearing Bills: *HF 3109 (Edelson) Individuals convicted as an extended jurisdiction juvenile statistic report required. *HF 1864 (Munson) Presentence investigation reports inclusion of brain injury information authorized. Bills from Last Year **HF 627 (Pinto) Eyewitness identification best practices policies required. **HF 334 (Mariani) Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training membership expanded **HF 2460 (Howard) Peace Officer Excellence Task Force established. Bills from Last Hearing: *Bills that have been heard in a previous hearing. Testimony was taken at that time. No testimony will be taken during this hearing on these bills. **Bills that have been heard last year. Testimony was taken at that time. No testimony will be taken during this hearing on these bills. Technical amendments will be provided for these bills to update certain dates.
Bills Added:
HF3555 (Moller) - DWI offenders not required to take a specified examination as a condition of driver's license reinstatement.
HF3045 (Edelson) - Ignition interlock driving privilege reinstatement provided.
HF3085 (Tabke) - Transit ambassador and administrative citation program established, unlawfully obtaining transit services penalties amended, report required, and money appropriated.
HF627 (Pinto) - Law enforcement policies required on best practices for eyewitness identifications.
HF334 (Mariani) - Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training membership expanded.
HF2460 (Howard) - Peace Officer Excellence Task Force established.
HF1864 (Munson) - Presentence investigation reports inclusion of brain injury information authorized.
HF4049 (Tabke) - Identification cards provided for offenders released from incarceration.
HF3109 (Edelson) - Individuals convicted as an extended jurisdiction juvenile statistic report required.
Attachments:
H0627A2.pdf (3/5/2020)
H0334A1.pdf (3/5/2020)
HF1864A2.pdf (3/5/2020)
HF1864A3.pdf (3/5/2020)
H3045A2.pdf (3/8/2020)
H2460A1.pdf (3/8/2020)
H3555A1.pdf (3/8/2020)

Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

3/5/2020
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Law Enforcement Excellence Week - POST Board Day Presentation by the POST Board on Recent Activity HF 3630 (Dehn) Peace officer autism training development and implementation required, and money appropriated. HF 2934 (Youakim) Dementia and Alzheimer's disease; crime alert categories increased to include dementia and Alzheimer's disease categories, law enforcement training on associated issues grant funding provided, report required, and money appropriated. HF 3380 (O'Neill) Human sex trafficking investigations case policy adoption required by law enforcement. HF 3117 (Quam) Confidential informant policy use required. Bills from Last Year *HF 627 (Pinto) Eyewitness identification best practices policies required. *HF 334 (Mariani) Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training membership expanded *HF 2460 (Howard) Peace Officer Excellence Task Force established. Bills from Last Hearing: HF1864 (Munson) Presentence investigation reports inclusion of brain injury information authorized. Note: *Bills that have been heard last year. Testimony was taken at that time. No testimony will be taken during this hearing on these bills. Technical amendments will be provided for these bills to update certain dates. **This bill was heard last hearing. Testimony was taken at that time. No testimony will be taken during this hearing on this bill. An amendment heard during last session will be attached
Bills Added:
HF3630 (Dehn) - Peace officer autism training development and implementation required, and money appropriated.
HF2934 (Youakim) - Dementia and Alzheimer's disease; crime alert categories increased to include dementia and Alzheimer's disease categories, law enforcement training on associated issues grant funding provided, report required, and money appropriated.
HF627 (Pinto) - Law enforcement policies required on best practices for eyewitness identifications.
HF334 (Mariani) - Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training membership expanded.
HF3380 (O'Neill) - Human sex trafficking investigation case policy adoption required by law enforcement.
HF3117 (Quam) - Confidential informant policy use required.
HF1864 (Munson) - Presentence investigation reports inclusion of brain injury information authorized.
Attachments:
A20-0609.pdf (3/3/2020)
H2460A1.pdf (3/4/2020)
H1864A2.pdf (3/4/2020)
H1864A3.pdf (3/4/2020)

Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

3/4/2020
Law Enforcement Excellence Week Presentation on the Attorney General and Department of Public Safety Police-Involved Deadly Force Encounters Working Group Report HF 2709 (Mariani) Peace officer training reimbursement funding provided, and money appropriated HF 2460 (Howard) Peace Officer Excellence Task Force established. Last Hearing Bill: **HF 3360 (Sandstede) Violent crime enforcement team funding provided, and money appropriated. Evening Hearing Bills: HF 3976 (Dehn) Aiding and abetting felony murder sentencing task force established, and report required. HF 3975 (Mariani) Post-conviction relief time limit modified for when a court may hear a petition. HF 3837 (Hornstein) Crimes motivated by bias reporting expanded, property damage crime motivated by bias amended, Peace Officer Standards and Training Board bias training required, law enforcement agencies adoption of standard policies regarding crimes motivated by bias required, and money appropriated. HF XXX1 (Pinto) Sets the maximum term of incarceration for a gross misdemeanor at 364 days HF XXX2 (Pinto) Conforms harassment statute with case law. HF 741 (Noor) Limiting the use of money bail for certain offenses HF 2023 (Moller) Adultery crime repealed. HF 3069 (Pinto) Assault by strangulation HF 3730 (Long) Coroner or medical examiner given access to criminal justice data communications network for unknown deceased person identification. HF 3108 (Edelson) Immunity from prosecution for controlled substance and alcohol violations provided for sexual assault victim and persons assisting the victim. HF 3869 (Moller) Data; unauthorized copying of data stored in computers included as computer theft. HF 3675 (Edelson) Department of Public Safety grant funding acceptance authorized. HF 2385 (Howard) Controlled substance schedules modified. HF 1864 (Munson) Presentence investigation reports inclusion of brain injury information authorized. HF 3820 (Mekeland) Metropolitan area definition expanded for 911 emergency service purposes. HF 3771 (Nornes) Controlled substance administering without a prescription crime created, and bill of rights for protected persons violation crime created. Notes: *Bills may be added to the agenda **This bill was heard last hearing. Testimony was taken at that time. No testimony will be taken during this hearing on this bill. An amendment heard during last session will be attached (A20-0672 Amendment) ***The committee will recess and reconvene at 6:00 pm in the Basement Hearing Room. Expect for this committee to meet until Midnight.
Bills Added:
HF2709 (Mariani) - Peace officer training reimbursement funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF2460 (Howard) - Peace Officer Excellence Task Force established.
HF741 (Noor) - Money bail use for certain offenses limited.
HF2023 (Moller) - Adultery crime repealed.
HF3069 (Pinto) - Assault by strangulation crime established, and crime of domestic assault by strangulation repealed.
HF3730 (Long) - Coroner or medical examiner given access to criminal justice data communications network for identifying unknown deceased persons.
HF3108 (Edelson) - Immunity from prosecution for controlled substance and alcohol violations provided for sexual assault victim and persons assisting the victim.
HF3869 (Moller) - Data; unauthorized copying of data stored in computers included as computer theft.
HF3675 (Edelson) - Department of Public Safety grant funding acceptance authorized.
HF3837 (Hornstein) - Crimes motivated by bias reporting expanded; property damage crime motivated by bias amended; Peace Officer Standards and Training Board bias required to update training in recognizing, responding to, and reporting crimes of bias; law enforcement agencies adoption of standard policies regarding crimes motivated by bias required; and money appropriated.
HF3771 (Nornes) - Controlled substance administering without a prescription crime created, and bill of rights for protected persons violation crime created.
HF2385 (Howard) - Controlled substance schedules modified.
HF1864 (Munson) - Presentence investigation reports inclusion of brain injury information authorized.
HF3820 (Mekeland) - Metropolitan area definition expanded for 911 emergency service purposes.
HF3360 (Sandstede) - Violent crime enforcement, domestic abuse prevention, and substance abuse prevention funding provided; reports required; and money appropriated.
HF3975 (Mariani) - Postconviction relief time limit modified for when a court may hear a petition.
HF3976 (Dehn) - Aiding and abetting felony murder sentencing task force established, and report required.
Attachments:
H0741A7.pdf (2/28/2020)
XXX1.pdf (3/2/2020)
XXX2.pdf (3/2/2020)
A20-0672.pdf (3/3/2020)
A20-0679.pdf (3/3/2020)
H1864A2.pdf (3/3/2020)
H1864A3.pdf (3/3/2020)

Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

3/3/2020
Law Enforcement Excellence Week Presentation by The Minnesota Sheriffs Association on the LEXIPOL System HF 3243 (Pinto) Law enforcement hiring information access expanded. HF 3229 (Persell) Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe; concurrent state law enforcement jurisdictional authority requirements modified. HF 3360 (Sandstede) Violent crime enforcement team funding provided, and money appropriated. Re-Refer without Recommendation *HF 3568 (Considine) Mental illness decriminalization planning group provided, and report required. Last Year Bills **HF 1149 (Christensen) Conservation officer authority under DWI law expanded Notes: *We will be passing these bills without recommendation. The committee does not intend to hear these bills. Therefore, no testimony will be taken. **Bills that have been heard last year. Testimony was taken at that time. No testimony will be taken during this hearing on these bills. Technical amendments will be provided for these bills to update certain dates. ***Bills may be added to the agenda
Bills Added:
HF1149 (Christensen) - Conservation officer authority expanded under DWI law.
HF3243 (Pinto) - Law enforcement hiring information access expanded.
HF3229 (Persell) - Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe; concurrent state law enforcement jurisdictional authority requirements modified.
HF3360 (Sandstede) - Violent crime enforcement, domestic abuse prevention, and substance abuse prevention funding provided; reports required; and money appropriated.
HF3568 (Considine) - Mental illness decriminalization planning group provided, report required, and money appropriated.
Attachments:
H1149A1.pdf (2/28/2020)
A20-0672.pdf (3/2/2020)
H1864A2.pdf (3/3/2020)
H1864A3.pdf (3/3/2020)

Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

2/27/2020
Audio Available: Download Mp3
Redemption Day *HF 40 (Dehn) Civil right to vote of an individual restored upon release from incarceration or upon sentencing if no incarceration is imposed, and notice required. HF 2806 (Long) Clemency Review Commission established, Board of Pardons procedures modified, and clarifying changes made. HF 3816 (Long) providing for an automatic expungement process for certain offenders Last Year Bills **HF 982 (Long) Uniform Collateral Consequences of Conviction Act proposed for adoption by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, law regarding collateral consequences and criminal offenders rehabilitation conformed with the uniform act, and money appropriated. Re-Referrals without Recommendations ***HF 3603 (Moller) Uniform Recognition and Enforcement of Canadian Domestic-Violence Protection Orders Act eneacted. Notes: *The Committee will be giving HF 40 a brief informational hearing, as the bill is in possession of the Ways and Means Committee **Bills that have been heard last year. Testimony was taken at that time. No testimony will be taken during this hearing on these bills. Technical amendments will be provided for these bills to update certain dates. *** We will be passing these bills without recommendation. The committee does not intend to hear these bills. Therefore, no testimony will be taken.
Bills Added:
HF2806 (Long) - Clemency Review Commission established.
HF40 (Dehn) - Civil right to vote of an individual restored upon release from incarceration or upon sentencing if no incarceration is imposed, and notice required.
HF982 (Long) - Uniform Collateral Consequences of Conviction Act proposed for adoption by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, law regarding collateral consequences and criminal offender rehabilitation conformed to the uniform act, and money appropriated.
HF3603 (Moller) - Uniform Recognition and Enforcement of Canadian Orders for Protection Act enacted.
HF3816 (Long) - Automatic expungement process for certain offenders provided, and prosecutor-initiated expungement provided.
Attachments:
H0982A2.pdf (2/24/2020)
A20-0633.pdf (2/25/2020)
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