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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

9/1/2020
Agenda: I. Call to Order II. Brief Introductory Remarks: Minnesota Public Safety Systems Structural Budget Issues III. Presentation on Sexual Assault Examination Kit Funding IV. Presentation on DPS Deficiency Funding V. Presentation on MSGC Deficiency Funding VI. Presentation on Community Supervision Funding VII. Presentation on DOC Deficiency Funding and Related Prison Closures VIII. Adjournment Remote Viewing Information: Live stream via House website: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/live/1 Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/MNHouseInfo/ Public Testimony Information: " This meeting will be held in accordance with House Rule 10.01m which you may view here: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/cco/rules/permrule/1001.htm " Members of the public with questions about this process or who are interested in testifying at this meeting may email committee staff at Jamael.Lundy@house.mn. " If you wish to testify, please contact committee staff at least one hour prior to the start of the remote hearing and they will provide instructions. " Public Testimony will be taken at the end of the presentation, as is custom with in person hearings.
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Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

7/1/2020
POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY IN MINNESOTA I. Call to Order II. How The State of Minnesota is Failing to Hold Police Officers Accountable - Regulatory Issues - Criminal Justice Issues - Systemic Policy Issues III. How The State of Minnesota Can Hold Police Officers Accountable: A Review of Police Accountability Proposals - House Proposal - Proposal From the Other Body IV. How Holding Police Officers Accountable Can Help Prevent Civil Unrest in Minnesota V. Adjournment REMOTE HEARING INFORMATION: This remote hearing may be viewed live via the following methods: Live stream via House website: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/live/1 Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/MNHouseInfo/ PUBLIC TESTIMONY INFORMATION: • Members of the public with questions about this process or who are interested in testifying at this meeting may email committee staff at Jason.Chavez@house.mn. • PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR NAME, ORGANIZATION, AND BILL YOUR LOOKING TO TESTIFY FOR [LOOK AT SCHEDULE FIRST]. • If you wish to testify, please contact committee staff at least one hour prior to the start of the remote hearing and they will provide instructions. • Public Testimony will be taken at the end of the presentation, as is custom with in person hearings. • If you have questions about the accessibility of remote hearings or require assistance to arrange the necessary service to participate as a testifier, please contact Jason Chavez by emailing him at Jason.Chavez@house.mn or by leaving a message at 651-269-9676.
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The Public Safety Committee's Police Accountability Reform Town Hall Agenda How Minnesota is Failing to Hold Officers Accountable: A Community Discussion of the POCI Caucus's Minnesota Police Accountability Package Logistics - Time: 5-7 PM - Location: The Maple Grove Bandshell, Town Green Park, 7991 Main St, Maple Grove, MN 55369 Introduction (15 Min) - Maple Grove Rep. Bahner Provides Welcome - Public Safety Chair Mariani Offers Opening Words and Agenda Outline Presentation (30 Min) - How our state regulatory bodies fail to hold police accountable & how the Reclaiming Community Oversight Act could reform our state regulatory bodies. - How our state criminal justice system fails to hold police accountable & how the Reforming Accountability Act could reform our state's criminal justice system. - How our state demands too much of police & how the Reimagining Public Safety Act could provide communities with more resources to solve public safety related problems. Questions and Answers (30 Min) - Questions and Comments from members of the Public Closing (15 Min) - POCI Caucus Chair Moran Offers some Closing Words Questions Submission information: Individuals who can not make it to this event that still would like to submit questions should email those questions ro Jason Chavez at Jason.Chavez@house.mn Livestream Information: This townhall may be viewed live via Facebook: https://facebook.com/events/s/house-public-safety-committee-/1705866266218264/?ti=as Note: This event is non-partisan in nature and will permit involvement of all members of the Public Safety Committee and any member of the general public. Per diem and mileage will be provided. Non-partisan staff are welcome, but are not required to attend as they do not have a formal role in the program.

Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

6/15/2020
I. Call to Order II. HF 93 (Mariani) The Reclaiming Community Oversight Act: • Choke Hold Ban (Moran) • Warrior Training Prohibited (Richardson) • Police Residency Reform (Hassan) • Duty to Intercede (Becker-Finn) • Retroactive Repeal of Statutes of Limitations (Vang) • Data Practices Modifications for Peace Officers (Her) • Arbitration Reform (Her) • Law Enforcement Oversight Council Reform (Gomez) • Data Collection and Regulatory Reform/etc. (Mariani) III. HF 1 (Mariani) The Reforming Accountability Act: • Use of Force Reform (Moran) • Investigatory Reform (Mariani) • Prosecutorial Reform (Becker-Finn) • Cash Bail (Noor) IV. HF 92 (Mariani) The Re-imagining Public Safety Act: • Community Led Public Safety (Gomez) • Police Officer Critical Incident Review (Kunesh-Podein) • Public Safety Peer Counseling Debriefing (Noor) • Mental Health Training (Richardson) • Autism Training (Richardson) • Restore the Vote (Moran) V. HF 54 Prosecutorial authority for peace-officer-involved deaths assigned to the attorney general, and money appropriated.* VI. Adjournment LIVE STREAM INFORMATION 1) Live stream via House website: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/live/1 2) Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/MNHouseInfo/ 3) YouTube: https://bit.ly/2B2n8Ks ADDITIONAL HEARING INFORMATION: • HF 54 will be referred without recommendation. • No Testimony will be taken. • This hearing is scheduled to be held from 2:30 PM – 6:00PM. • This meeting will be held in accordance with House Rule 10.01 which you may view here: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/cco/rules/permrule/1001.htm • Votes on Amendments and Bills will be taken. • *Restore the Vote (Moran) will be amended into ‘The Reimagining Public Safety Package’ via an amendment on Monday. • Per Committee Rule #7, Amendments to these Packages will be due by Noon on Sunday, June 14th. • Per Committee Rule #7, Amendments to Amendments to these Packages will be due at 5 PM on Sunday, June 14th.
Bills Added:
HF1 (Mariani) - Reforming Accountability Act; peace officer' authority to use deadly force modified, prosecutorial authority assigned to the attorney general for peace-officer-involved deaths, juvenile risk assessment provided, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension independent Use of Force Investigations Unit established, money bail use limited for certain offenses, reports required, and money appropriated.
HF54 (Becker-Finn) - Prosecutorial authority for peace-officer-involved deaths assigned to the attorney general, and money appropriated.
HF92 (Mariani) - Public safety; law enforcement use of force reported, Officer-Involved Death Review Board established, Community-Led Public Safety Coordinator established, grants established to promote community-based crisis intervention, grants established to promote community healing, standards established for crisis intervention and mental illness crisis training for peace officers, autism training for peace officers developed and implemented, civil right to vote restored for an individual upon release from incarceration or upon sentencing if no incarceration is imposed, notice required, reports required, and money appropriated.
HF93 (Mariani) - Public safety; local units of government required to establish law enforcement citizen oversight councils, powers and duties specified, arbitrator selection amended, data collection process created, peace officer discipline report provided, Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training membership expanded, Police-Community Relations Council established, civil statute of limitations extended, statute of limitation tolled during investigations of peace officers, mandatory revocation of peace officer license provided for violation of use of force policy, warrior-style training prohibited, restraints prohibited, use of force policies required to be updated, duty to intercede established, excessive force incident reports required, Minneapolis and St. Paul required to impose residency requirements, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
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Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

6/13/2020
THE MINNESOTA POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY PACKAGE HEARING AGENDA: I. Call to Order II. HF XXX (Mariani) The Reclaiming Community Oversight Act: • Choke Hold Ban (Moran) • Warrior Training Prohibited (Richardson) • Police Residency Reform (Hassan) • Duty to Intercede (Becker-Finn) • Retroactive Repeal of Statutes of Limitations (Vang) • Data Practices Modifications for Peace Officers (Her) • Arbitration Reform (Her) • Law Enforcement Oversight Council Reform (Gomez) • Data Collection and Regulatory Reform/etc. (Mariani) III. HF XXX (Mariani) The Reforming Accountability Act: • Use of Force Reform (Moran) • Investigatory Reform (Mariani) • Prosecutorial Reform (Becker-Finn) • Cash Bail (Noor) IV. HF XXX (Mariani) The Re-imagining Public Safety Act: • Community Led Public Safety (Gomez) • Police Officer Critical Incident Review (Kunesh-Podein) • Public Safety Peer Counseling Debriefing (Noor) • Mental Health Training (Richardson) • Autism Training (Richardson) • Restore the Vote (Moran) V. Adjournment ---- THE MINNESOTA POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY PACKAGE HEARING SCHEDULE: • [10:00 AM – 10:15 PM] Call to Order and Introductory Remarks • [10:15 AM – 10:45 AM] The Reclaiming Community Oversight Act Presentation • [10:45 AM – 11:45 AM] The Reclaiming Community Oversight Act Public Testimony • [11:45 AM – 12:15 PM] The Reclaiming Community Oversight Act Public Member Questions • [12:15 PM – 12:45 PM] The Reforming Police Accountability Act Presentation • [12:45 PM – 1:45 PM] The Reforming Police Accountability Act Public Testimony • [1:45 PM – 2:15 PM] The Reforming Police Accountability Act Public Member Questions • [2:15 PM – 2:45 PM] The Reimagining Public Safety Act Presentation • [2:45 PM – 3:45 PM] The Reimagining Public Safety Act Public Testimony • [3:45 PM – 4:15 PM] The Reimagining Public Safety Act Public Member Questions • [4:15 PM – 4:30 PM] Closing Remarks and Adjournment ---- PUBLIC TESTIMONY INFORMATION: • Members of the public with questions about this process or who are interested in testifying at this meeting may email committee staff at Jason.Chavez@house.mn. • PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR NAME, ORGANIZATION, AND BILL YOUR LOOKING TO TESTIFY FOR [LOOK AT SCHEDULE FIRST]. • If you wish to testify, please contact committee staff at least one hour prior to the start of the remote hearing and they will provide instructions. • Public Testimony will be taken at the end of the presentation, as is custom with in person hearings. • If you have questions about the accessibility of remote hearings or require assistance to arrange the necessary service to participate as a testifier, please contact Jason Chavez by emailing him at Jason.Chavez@house.mn or by leaving a message at 651-269-9676. REMOTE HEARING LIVESTREAM INFORMATION: • Live stream via House website: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/live/1 • Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/MNHouseInfo/ ADDITIONAL HEARING INFORMATION: • *This hearing is scheduled to be held from 10AM – 4:30PM. • *This meeting will be held in accordance with House Rule 10.01 which you may view here: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/cco/rules/permrule/1001.htm • *Votes on Amendments and Bills will NOT be taken during this Committee Hearing. • *Votes on Amendments and Bills will be taken during a Committee Hearing on Monday. No Testimony will be taken at that time. • *Per Committee Rule #7, Amendments to these Packages will be due by Noon on Sunday, June 14th. • *Per Committee Rule #7, Amendments to Amendments to these Packages will be due at 5 PM on Sunday, June 14th.
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Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division

5/6/2020
*HF 2711 (Mariani) Public safety provisions modified including corrections, crime, and firearms; reports required; penalties provided; corrections, public safety, Sentencing Guidelines, Peace Officer Standards and Training Board, and Private Detective Board funding provided; and money appropriated. **HF 4540 (Mariani) Sexual assault examination kits, background checks, and Board of Public Defense provisions modified; supreme court, corrections, sentencing guidelines, and public safety funding provided; disaster contingency account funds transferred; and money appropriated. Note: *The language in HF 2711 will be deleted and replaced with the A20-0767 Amendment that contains a House Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform omnibus bill. *The provisions within HF 8 and HF 9 will not be in this bill. **The HF 4540 A4 Amendment will remove all the language from HF 4540 with the exception of the DOC Deficiency request. ***The Committee has be authorized to reconvene at 6pm should we not finish hearing these bills by 2:15 pm Public Testimony Information: • This meeting will be held in accordance with House Rule 10.01m which you may view here: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/cco/rules/permrule/1001.htm • Members of the public with questions about this process or who are interested in testifying at this meeting may email committee staff at Jamael.Lundy@house.mn. • If you wish to testify, please contact committee staff at least one hour prior to the start of the remote hearing and they will provide instructions. • Public Testimony will be taken at the end of the presentation, as is custom with in person hearings. Public Viewing Information: • Live stream via House website: https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/live/1 • Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/MNHouseInfo/ • YouTube: https://youtu.be/RpbRvaeDjdc Accessibility Information: If you have questions about the accessibility of remote hearings or require assistance to arrange the necessary service to participate as a testifier, please contact Blake Wilcox by emailing him at Jason.Chavez@house.mn or by leaving a message at 651-269-9676.
Bills Added:
HF2711 (Mariani) - Public safety provisions modified, including corrections, crime, and firearms; reports required; penalties provided; corrections, public safety, Sentencing Guidelines, Peace Officer Standards and Training Board, and Private Detective Board funding provided; and money appropriated.
HF4540 (Mariani) - Omnibus corrections bill.
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