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Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

THIRTY-SECOND MEETING

2015-2016 Regular Session - April 09, 2015

STATE OF MINNESOTA THIRTY-SECOND MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES EIGHTY-NINTH SESSION

PUBLIC SAFETY & CRIME PREVENTION POLICY & FINANCE COMMITTEE

MINUTES

Representative Cornish, Chair of the Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance Committee, called the meeting to order at 10:19 A.M. on April 9, 2015 in Hearing Room 10 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:


Cornish, Chair
Johnson, B, Vice Chair
Considine
Dehn
Hertaus
Hilstrom
Howe
Lucero
Newberger
O’Neill
Quam
Rosenthal
Schoen
Ward
Winkler
Zerwas

Members excused:
Lohmer

Representative Cornish called the meeting to order at 10:19 A.M. A quorum was present.

Representative O’Neill moved that the minutes from the April 8, 2015 meeting be approved.

THE MOTION PREVAILED.

HF 1776 (Pinto): Violent Crime Coordinating Council and multijurisdictional investigations expanded to include combating sex trafficking crimes, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agent funding provided, and money appropriated.

Representative Cornish moved that HF 1776 be laid over for possible inclusion in omnibus bill.

Representative Cornish moved the DE1-2 Amendment.

THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Testimonies on HF 1776 presented by:
John Choi, Ramsey County Attorney
Timothy Deschene, Waite Park Police Department
Bud Shaver, West St. Paul Police Chief
Marc Chadderdon, Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office
Grant Snyder, Minneapolis Police Department

Representative Cornish renewed his motion that HF 1776 be laid over, as amended, for possible inclusion in omnibus bill.

HF 1056 (Norton): Local law enforcement agency grant program established to develop or expand lifesaver programs that locate lost or wandering persons who are mentally impaired, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.

Representative Cornish moved that HF 1056 be laid over for possible inclusion in omnibus bill.

Representative Schoen moved to orally amend HF 1056 as follows:

Strike subdivisions 5, 6, and 8.

THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Testimony on HF 1056 presented by:
Brad Trahan, Rochester, MN

Representative Cornish renewed his motion that HF 1056 be laid over, as amended, for possible inclusion in omnibus bill.

HF 0233 (Hancock): Interactive video conference alternative use clarified in civil commitment hearings.

Representative Cornish moved that HF 0233 be laid over for possible inclusion in omnibus bill.

Representative Cornish renewed his motion that HF 0233 be laid over for possible inclusion in omnibus bill.

HF 2152 (O’Neill): Minneapolis automated property system reporting requirements and references removed.

Representative O’Neill moved that HF 2152 be laid over for possible inclusion in omnibus bill.

Testimonies on HF 2152 presented by:
Paul Cassidy, Stinson Leonard Street
Melissa Lesch, City of Minneapolis
Jim Franklin, Executive Director of MN Sheriff’s Association

Representative O’Neill renewed her motion that HF 2152 be laid over for possible inclusion in omnibus bill.

Budget overview presentation of Civil Legal Services.

Overview presented by:
Cathy Haukedahl, Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid
Laura Jelinek, Southern MN Regional Legal Services

The meeting was adjourned at 11:59 A.M.





Representative Tony Cornish, Chair




Simon Gottlieb, Committee Legislative Assistant
More Info On This Meeting..
Bills Added:
  • HF1776 (Pinto) - Violent Crime Coordinating Council and multijurisdictional investigations expanded to include combating sex trafficking crimes, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agent funding provided, and money appropriated.
  • HF1056 (Norton) - Local law enforcement agency grant program established to develop or expand lifesaver programs that locate lost or wandering persons who are mentally impaired, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
  • HF2152 (O'Neill) - Minneapolis; automated property system reporting requirements and references removed.
  • HF233 (Hancock) - Interactive video conference alternative use clarified in civil commitment hearings.
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House TV Video:
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04:05 - Gavel.
05:30 - HF1776 (Pinto) Violent Crime Coordinating Council and multijurisdictional investigations expanded to include combating sex trafficking crimes, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agent funding provided, and money appropriated.
31:55 - HF1056 (Norton) Local law enforcement agency grant program established to develop or expand lifesaver programs that locate lost or wandering persons who are mentally impaired, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
45:25 - HF233 (Hancock) Interactive video conference alternative use clarified in civil commitment hearings.
48:45 - HF2152 (O'Neill) Minneapolis automated property system reporting requirements and references removed.
1:33:54 - Civil Legal Services presentation.
Coverage of this committee ended early because it was conflicting with an upcoming floor session.
Runs 1 hour, 34 minutes.


Civil Legal Services Presentation