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2020 ME H.B. 1527

Title - An Act To Increase Government Accountability

Law Number - 2020 ME H.B. 1527

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Repeals the provision of law that prohibits a state criminal justice agency from confirming the existence or nonexistence of confidential intelligence and investigative record information to any person or public or private entity that is not eligible to r...

Repeals the provision of law that prohibits a state criminal justice agency from confirming the existence or nonexistence of confidential intelligence and investigative record information to any person or public or private entity that is not eligible to receive the information.

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2020 CT S.B. 267

Title - AN ACT ESTABLISHING A DEPARTMENT OF CIVILIAN JUSTICE.

Law Number - 2020 CT S.B. 267

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Establishes a Department of Civilian Justice to receive and investigate complaints from a police officer alleging misconduct by another police officer in the performance of the officer’s duties.

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.

House Bill 1090 and Senate Bill 1037

Title - Law Enforcement – Complaints and Investigations and Use of Force (Anton’s Law)

Law Number - House Bill 1090 and Senate Bill 1037

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For the purpose of establishing that the use of force and the use of deadly force by a police officer is justified under certain circumstances,requiring a trier of fact to consider certain factors when assessing whether a police officer’s use of force w...

For the purpose of establishing that the use of force and the use of deadly force by a police officer is justified under certain circumstances,requiring a trier of fact to consider
certain factors when assessing whether a police officer’s use of force was reasonable,providing that a police officer who uses deadly force with an honest but unreasonable belief in its necessity is guilty of voluntary manslaughter,establishing that records relating to complaints against law enforcement officers are not personnel records for certain purposes,authorizing a custodian of records to deny inspection of records relating to complaints against law enforcement officers under certain circumstances;repealing a requirement that investigations and interrogations of a law enforcement officer be conducted by certain persons,requiring that a person submitting a complaint against a law enforcement officer be provided with certain records,making
conforming changes,defining certain terms,and generally relating to the conduct of law enforcement officers.

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2020 FL H.B. 453

Title - Relating to law enforcement and correctional officers,reorders and revises definitions,specifies that an allegation of misconduct may originate from any source, not just a person authorized to initiate an investigation,authorizes an officer to bring an action for injunctive relief if a law enforcement or correctional agency fails to comply with specified provisions,provides a presumption of irreparable harm.

Law Number - 2020 FL H.B. 453

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Relates to law enforcement and correctional officers,reorders and revises definitions,specifies that an allegation of misconduct may originate from any source, not just a person authorized to initiate an investigation,authorizes an officer to bring an ...

Relates to law enforcement and correctional officers,reorders and revises definitions,specifies that an allegation of misconduct may originate from any source, not just a person authorized to initiate an investigation,authorizes an officer to bring an action for injunctive relief if a law enforcement or correctional agency fails to comply with specified provisions,provides a presumption of irreparable harm.

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2020 FL S.B. 884

Title - Revising the definitions of correctional officer and law enforcement officer to include persons employed on a part time basis,authorizes an agency to take disciplinary action against a correctional officer or lawenforcement officer accused of misconduct within a specified timeframe, regardless of the allegation’s origin,authorizes an officer to bring an action for injunctive relief if a law enforcement or correctional agency fails to comply with certain requirements.

Law Number - 2020 FL S.B. 884

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Revises the definitions of correctional officer and law enforcement officer to include persons employed on a part time basis,authorizes an agency to take disciplinary action against a correctional officer or lawenforcement officer accused of miscondu...

Revises the definitions of correctional officer and law enforcement officer to include persons employed on a part time basis,authorizes an agency to take disciplinary action against a correctional officer or lawenforcement officer accused of misconduct within a specified timeframe, regardless of the allegation’s origin,authorizes an officer to bring an action for injunctive relief if a law enforcement or correctional agency fails to comply with certain requirements.

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2019 NH H.B. 153

Title - AN ACT relative to circumstances under which police officer disciplinary records shall be public documents.

Law Number - 2019 NH H.B. 153

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Makes certain disciplinary records concerning law enforcement officers which have been finally adjudicated subject to the Right to Know law.