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2021 TX H.B. 929

Title - AN ACT relating to law enforcement policies and procedures regarding body worn cameras.

Law Number - 2021 TX H.B. 929

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Relates to law enforcement policies and procedures regarding body worn cameras.

2021 FL S.B. 44

Title - Use of Drones by Government Agencies

Law Number - 2021 FL S.B. 44

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Relates to drones, expands the authorized uses of drones by law enforcement agencies, by a state agency or political subdivision, or by certified fire department personnel for specified purposes.

2021 MO S.B. 26

Title - AN ACT To amend chapters 574 and 590, RSMo, by adding thereto two new sections relating to public safety, with penalty provisions.

Law Number - 2021 MO S.B. 26

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Relates to public safety,relates to circuit attorneys,provides that any taxpayer of a political subdivision may initiate an action for injunctive relief if the governing body of such subdivision decreases the budget for its law enforcement agency,relates ...

Relates to public safety,relates to circuit attorneys,provides that any taxpayer of a political subdivision may initiate an action for injunctive relief if the governing body of such subdivision decreases the budget for its law enforcement agency,relates to physical security measures around private property,relates to police commissioners and emergency services,relates to parole,relates to pesticide certification and training,relates to the sale of alcohol,creates the 988 Public Safety Fund.

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2021 MO S.B. 26

Title - AN ACT To amend chapters 574 and 590, RSMo, by adding thereto two new sections relating to public safety, with penalty provisions.

Law Number - 2021 MO S.B. 26

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Relates to public safety,relates to circuit attorneys,provides that any taxpayer of a political subdivision may initiate an action for injunctive relief if the governing body of such subdivision decreases the budget for its law enforcement agency,relates ...

Relates to public safety,relates to circuit attorneys,provides that any taxpayer of a political subdivision may initiate an action for injunctive relief if the governing body of such subdivision decreases the budget for its law enforcement agency,relates to physical security measures around private property,relates to police commissioners and emergency services,relates to parole,relates to pesticide certification and training,relates to the sale of alcohol,creates the 988 Public Safety Fund.

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2019 IA S.B. 342

Title - AN ACT RELATING TO PUBLIC RECORDS AND COMMUNICATIONS IN PROFESSIONAL CONFIDENCE,UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE FILINGS,QUALIFIED IMMUNITY,PEACE OFFICER HEALTH PLANS AND WORKERS’ COMPENSATION,CERTAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT MATTERS,CRIMINAL LAWS INVOLVING PUBLIC DISORDER, ASSAULTS, AND HARASSMENT,CIVIL LIABILITY FOR CERTAIN VEHICLE OPERATORS,WINDOW TINTING,ACTS ON CERTAIN HIGHWAYS,AND CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION EXAMINATIONS,PROVIDING PENALTIES, AND INCLUDING EFFECTIVE DATE AND RETROACTIVE APPLICABILITY PROVISIONS.

Law Number - 2019 IA S.B. 342

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Relates to officer disciplinary actions.

2021 HI H.B. 1283

Title - A BILL FOR AN ACT RELATING TO HEALTH.

Law Number - 2021 HI H.B. 1283

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Permits the employers of first responder personnel to obtain dementia training for first responder personnel. Permits the executive office on aging to coordinate the dementia training schedules and standards with all public and private entities and agenci...

Permits the employers of first responder personnel to obtain dementia training for first responder personnel. Permits the executive office on aging to coordinate the dementia training schedules and standards with all public and private entities and agencies responsible for services provided by first responder personnel. (CD1)

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