.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 3467, the second engrossment, as follows:
Page 177, after line 15, insert:
Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2014, section 13.82, is amended by adding a subdivision
1.5 Subd. 31. Portable video recording systems. (a) As used in this subdivision,
1.6"portable video recording system data" means audio or video data collected by a device
1.7worn by a peace officer that is operated pursuant to a written department or agency policy,
1.8and is capable of recording the officer's activities and interactions with others or collecting
1.9digital multimedia evidence as part of an investigation.
1.10(b) Except for data classified as active criminal investigative data pursuant to
1.11subdivision 7, portable video recording system data is private data on individuals or
1.12nonpublic data at all times. Notwithstanding subdivision 7, portable video recording
1.13system data that are part of an inactive investigation remain classified as provided in
1.14this subdivision. The officer using the system, and any individual or entity that can be
1.15identified in the audio or video data captured by the system, is a subject of the data and
1.16must be provided access as provided in this chapter.
1.17(c) The following data related to use of portable video recording systems by a law
1.18enforcement agency are public data at all times:
1.19(1) the total number of devices owned or maintained by the agency;
1.20(2) a daily record of the total number of devices actually deployed and used by
1.21officers, and the precincts in which they were used;
1.22(3) the law enforcement agency's policies and procedures for use of portable video
1.23recording systems; and
1.24(4) the total amount of recorded audio and video data collected by portable video
1.25recording systems and maintained by the agency, and the agency's retention schedule for
1.26the data and procedures for destruction.
2.1(d) Notwithstanding section 138.17, audio and video data captured by a portable
2.2video recording system that is not part of an active or inactive criminal investigation
2.3must be destroyed within 90 days of the date the data were captured, unless the data
2.4subject, or any peace officer identifiable by the data, submits a written request to the law
2.5enforcement agency to retain the data for possible use in a future proceeding related to
2.6the circumstances under which the data were originally collected. Any law enforcement
2.7agency that receives a request to retain data shall retain it for a reasonable time, based
2.8upon the likelihood of its future use and the agency's policies for retention. Peace officers
2.9who are identifiable by portable video recording system data shall have unrestricted access
2.10to the data while it is retained and must be permitted to make copies.
2.11(e) A law enforcement agency using portable video recording systems must conduct
2.12a biennial audit of data collected from the systems to determine whether the data has
2.13been classified or destroyed as required by this subdivision. Summary data related to the
2.14results of the audit are public data.
2.15(f) A law enforcement agency may not use a portable video recording system unless
2.16the agency has adopted a policy, and any additional necessary procedures and protocols, to
2.17ensure compliance with this subdivision.
2.18EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.
2.19Data collected before the effective date of this section must be destroyed, if required by
2.20this section, no more than 15 days after this section becomes effective.
Renumber the sections in sequence and correct the internal references
Amend the title accordingly