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2021 NH L.S.R. 26

Title - AN ACT relating to the use of deadly force by a law enforcement officer.

Law Number - 2021 NH L.S.R. 26

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Relates to the use of deadly force by a law enforcement officer.

2021 NH L.S.R. 26

Title - AN ACT relating to the use of deadly force by a law enforcement officer.

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Relates to the use of deadly force by a law enforcement officer.

2021 NH L.S.R. 49

Title - AN ACT requiring law enforcement officers to wear body cameras and establishing a grant program to assist local law enforcement agencies to purchase of body worn cameras.

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Requires law enforcement officers to wear body cameras and establishing a grant program to assist local law enforcement agencies to purchase of body worn cameras.

2021 NH L.S.R. 49

Title - AN ACT requiring law enforcement officers to wear body cameras and establishing a grant program to assist local law enforcement agencies to purchase of body worn cameras.

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Requires law enforcement officers to wear body cameras and establishing a grant program to assist local law enforcement agencies to purchase of body worn cameras.

2020 NJ S.B. 2767

Title - An Act establishing an oversight database to aid in the civil service hiring process for law enforcement officers and requiring a Statewide diversity analysis of law enforcement, and supplementing Title 11A of the New Jersey Statutes.

Law Number - 2020 NJ S.B. 2767

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Establishes an oversight database to aid in the civil service hiring process for law enforcement officers,requires a statewide diversity analysis of law enforcement.

2020 NJ S.B. 2767

Title - An Act establishing an oversight database to aid in the civil service hiring process for law enforcement officers and requiring a Statewide diversity analysis of law enforcement, and supplementing Title 11A of the New Jersey Statutes.

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Establishes an oversight database to aid in the civil service hiring process for law enforcement officers,requires a statewide diversity analysis of law enforcement.

2021 RI H.B. 5869

Title - RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CARRIERS

Law Number - 2021 RI H.B. 5869

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Includes sworn law enforcement officers and Rhode Island state troopers in the group of persons who may obtain the name, address and telephone numbers of persons to whom nonpublished service is furnished.

Ordinance 3331

Title - Call for termination of intergovernmental agreement with Chicago Board of Education regarding stationing of Chicago police officers at Chicago Public Schools locations

Law Number - Ordinance 3331

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Section 2. "the Police Superintendent (or designee) shall take all necessary steps to terminate the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Chicago and the Chicago Board of Education within [75 days] after the effective date of this Ordinance." SE...

Section 2. “the Police Superintendent (or designee) shall take all necessary steps to terminate the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Chicago and the Chicago Board of Education within [75 days] after the effective date of this Ordinance.”
SECTION 3. The City or the Superintendent may not enter into any future Intergovernmental Agreement with the Chicago Board of Education to provide police officers at
the Board’s schools.”

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Budget Amendments

Title - Site is unclear, like above.

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Resolution 20-0429

Title - Resolution Urging The City Of Oakland To Halt The Use Of Tear Gas From: Councilmember Bas. Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Urging The City Of Oakland To Immediately Halt The Use Of Tear Gas For Crowd Control During The Covid-19 Pandemic And Requesting The Oakland Police Commission To Immediately Review And Propose Changes To The Oakland Police Department’s Policy In Order To Halt Such Use

Law Number - Resolution 20-0429

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The City Council urges the City of Oakland to immediately halt the use of tear gas for crowd control during the COVID-19 pandemic and requests that the Oakland Police Commission immediately review and propose changes to OPD's policy regarding the use of t...

The City Council urges the City of Oakland to immediately halt the use of tear gas for crowd control during the COVID-19 pandemic and requests that the Oakland Police Commission immediately review and propose changes to OPD’s policy regarding the use of tear gas for crowd control in order to halt such use and to prevent excessive damage,The Oakland Police Commission shall schedule and submit its proposed recommendations and changes to the Department’s policies for use of tear gas to the Council for consideration,the City Council urges the Alameda County Sheriff, California National Guard Troops, and any other law enforcement agency in city of Oakland to refrain from using tear gas for the aforementioned purposes.

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File No. 20-0769

Title - Unarmed Model of Crisis Response/Non-Violent Calls for Service/Non-Law Enforcement Agencies

Law Number - File No. 20-0769

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Recommends Council to instruct the Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA) and City Adminstrative Officer (CAO) with assistance from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the Los Angeles Housing Services Authority (LAHSA) and in cooperation with the Los A...

Recommends Council to instruct the Chief Legislative Analyst (CLA) and City Adminstrative Officer (CAO) with assistance from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the Los Angeles Housing Services Authority (LAHSA) and in cooperation with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and other relevant government service providers, to develop an unarmed model of crisis response that would divert non-violent calls for service away from LAPD to the appropriate non-law enforcement agencies,(2) Instructs the CLA to analyze and report back on programs utilized both domestically and internationally such as CAHOOTS in Eugene, Oregon as well as other models of crisis intervention.

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2021 NY A.B. 8130

Title - AN ACT to amend the public officers law, in relation to prohibiting qualified immunity for elected public officials

Law Number - 2021 NY A.B. 8130

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Prohibits qualified immunity for public officials,authorizes attorney general enforcement,provides that statutory immunities and statutory limitations on liability, damages or attorneys fees do not apply to such claims.