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Audio/Video Archives - 2015-2016 Regular Session

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

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Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

5/11/2016
Audio Available: Download Mp3
We will hear SF498 pending referral.
Bills Added:
SF498 (Cornish) - Portable recording system data classified, data destruction requirements established, written policies and procedures required, requirements on vendors imposed, damage awards provided, and legislative auditor review required.
Attachments:
S0498A3.pdf (5/11/2016)

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

4/14/2016
*HF291 will become the Public Safety Omnibus Bill. A DE amendment will be posted by 10:15 a.m. on April 12. Amendments will be due by 10:15 a.m. on April 13.
Bills Added:
HF291 (Cornish) - Traffic violations around school buses fine increased, penalties enhanced and minimum fines established for repeat violations of driving without a license, alcohol use by sensory testing service allowed, avian influenza emergency response funding extended, correctional industries revolving fund transfer provided to the general fund, and money appropriated.
Attachments:
H0291DE2.pdf (4/12/2016)
H0291A2.pdf (4/12/2016)

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

4/6/2016
Audio Available: Download Mp3
Bills Added:
HF3308 (Pugh) - Family law case alternative dispute resolution information required to be provided by the court.
HF2014 (Petersburg) - Driveway permit denial or revocation appeal process provided.
HF1291 (Nash) - County attorney considered as attorney for any town in which a violation occurs for purposes of court fines, penalties, and forfeitures.
HF3622 (Lesch) - Test refusal provisions for driving while impaired amended.
HF3369 (Lohmer) - Sensory testing service alcohol use allowed.
HF2803 (Zerwas) - Clinical drug trial participation prohibited by persons subject to emergency admission or apprehend and hold orders, and notice requirement for early termination of an emergency admission specified.
HF3517 (Newberger) - Unmanned aerial vehicle use prohibited near public safety helicopters.
Attachments:
H1765A2.pdf (4/4/2016)
H3308A2.pdf (4/4/2016)

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

4/5/2016
Bills Added:
HF3385 (Heintzeman) - Driving without a valid license repeat violation penalties enhanced and minimum fines established.
HF71 (Swedzinski) - Criminal vehicular homicide enhanced penalty created for offenses occurring within ten years of qualified offense.
HF2845 (Hackbarth) - Trophy animal gross overlimit penalties modified, and enforcement provided.
HF3370 (Miller) - Registered predatory offender written statement for change of information required, and access to registration data by child protection workers for determination of child residence with predatory offender authorized.
HF1333 (Scott) - Spousal maintenance based on the cohabitation of the obligee modification allowed.
HF2976 (Pinto) - Attempting to hire a minor for prostitution penalties increased.
HF2554 (Howe) - Military member clarified, and veterans added to offense of impersonation.
HF3590 (Cornish) - Earned compliance credit program for persons under correctional supervision establishment study required, and report required.
HF2344 (Zerwas) - Orthotics, prosthetics, and pedorthics regulated; licensure required; and fees established.
Attachments:
H0071DE1.pdf (4/1/2016)
H2344DE1.pdf (4/1/2016)
H2845DE2.pdf (4/1/2016)
H3370A1.pdf (4/1/2016)
H3590DE1.pdf (4/1/2016)
H1333A3_1.pdf (4/4/2016)

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

3/31/2016
Bills Added:
HF3082 (Anderson) - Damage to energy transmission or telecommunications equipment crime expanded.
HF2690 (Kelly) - Ignition interlock required for repeat offenders in order to reinstate driving privileges, and ignition interlock program limited to alcohol related offenses.
Attachments:
A16-0960.pdf (3/29/2016)
H2690A1-1.pdf (3/29/2016)
H2690A2.pdf (3/29/2016)
H3651A1.pdf (3/29/2016)
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