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2019 MN H.F. 31

Title - H.F. 31

Law Number - 2019 MN H.F. 31

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Law enforcement agency data on person or entity that posted bail required to be public, and notice required to agency having custody of arrested or detained person when bail or a bond is posted.

2020 VA S 5035 a

Title - Law Enforcement Civilian Review Boards

Law Number - 2020 VA S 5035 a

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Relates to law-enforcement civilian review boards, authorizes a locality to establish a law-enforcement civilian review board that may receive, investigate, and issue findings on complaints from civilians regarding conduct of law-enforcement officers and ...

Relates to law-enforcement civilian review boards, authorizes a locality to establish a law-enforcement civilian review board that may receive, investigate, and issue findings on complaints from civilians regarding conduct of law-enforcement officers and civilian employees, provides that investigate and issue findings on incidents, including the use of force by a law-enforcement officer, death or serious injury to any person held in custody, serious abuse of authority or misconduct

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2020 VA S 5024 a

Title - Law Enforcement Misconduct

Law Number - 2020 VA S 5024 a

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Relates to law enforcement misconduct, authorizes the Attorney General to file a civil suit or inquire into, or seek to conciliate through the Division of Human Rights, any unlawful pattern and practice against the Commonwealth or a locality whenever the ...

Relates to law enforcement misconduct, authorizes the Attorney General to file a civil suit or inquire into, or seek to conciliate through the Division of Human Rights, any unlawful pattern and practice against the Commonwealth or a locality whenever the Attorney General has reasonable cause to believe that law enforcement officers of any agency of the Commonwealth or any locality are engaging in a pattern or practice that deprives persons of rights, privileges, or immunities.

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2020 VA H 5072 a

Title - Law Enforcement Misconduct

Law Number - 2020 VA H 5072 a

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Relates to law-enforcement misconduct, authorizes the Attorney General to file a civil suit or inquire into, through the Division of Human Rights, any unlawful pattern and practice against the Commonwealth or a locality whenever the Attorney General has r...

Relates to law-enforcement misconduct, authorizes the Attorney General to file a civil suit or inquire into, through the Division of Human Rights, any unlawful pattern and practice against the Commonwealth or a locality whenever the Attorney General has reasonable cause to believe that law-enforcement officers of any agency of the Commonwealth or any locality are engaging in a pattern or practice that deprives persons of rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the laws.

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2020 VA H 5104 a

Title - Minimum Qualifications for Law Enforcement Officers

Law Number - 2020 VA H 5104 a

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Relates to minimum qualifications for law enforcement officer, relates to disclosure of information, provides that any Sheriff or Chief of Police, the Director or Chief Executive of any agency or department employing Deputy Sheriffs or law enforcement off...

Relates to minimum qualifications for law enforcement officer, relates to disclosure of information, provides that any Sheriff or Chief of Police, the Director or Chief Executive of any agency or department employing Deputy Sheriffs or law enforcement officers, and the Director of the Department of Criminal Justice Services shall disclose to a prospective law enforcement or jail employer any information related to an arrest or prosecution of a former police officer, deputy sheriff, or jail officer.

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2020 VA H 5109 a

Title - Department of Criminal Justice Services

Law Number - 2020 VA H 5109 a

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Requires the Department of Criminal Justice Services to develop a uniform curriculum and lesson plans for the compulsory minimum entry level, in service, and advanced training standards to be employed by criminal justice training academies approved by the...

Requires the Department of Criminal Justice Services to develop a uniform curriculum and lesson plans for the compulsory minimum entry level, in service, and advanced training standards to be employed by criminal justice training academies approved by the Department when conducting training.

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2021 OR D. 882

Title - Relating to public safety as it pertains to behavioral health

Law Number - 2021 OR D. 882

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Directs Department of Public Safety Standards and Training to study aspects of public safety that pertain to behavioral health and report to appropriate committee or interim committee of Legislative Assembly no later than a specified date.

2019 IL H.B. 5829

Title - LOCAL RECORD-POLICE MISCONDUCT

Law Number - 2019 IL H.B. 5829

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Amends the Local Records Act. Provides that a Local Records Commission may not destroy public records concerning complaints alleging misconduct by law enforcement officers without prior permission from the Attorney General. Provides that the requirements ...

Amends the Local Records Act. Provides that a Local Records Commission may not destroy public records concerning complaints alleging misconduct by law enforcement officers without prior permission from the Attorney General. Provides that the requirements of the Section may not be waived or modified by a collective bargaining agreement or any other agreement. Defines “law enforcement officer”. Effective immediately.

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2020 VA H 5055 a

Title - Department of Criminal Justice Services

Law Number - 2020 VA H 5055 a

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Relates to the Department of Criminal Justice Services, relates to law enforcement civilian review panels, requires localities, on or before a specified date, to establish law enforcement civilian review panels to enhance the accountability and transparen...

Relates to the Department of Criminal Justice Services, relates to law enforcement civilian review panels, requires localities, on or before a specified date, to establish law enforcement civilian review panels to enhance the accountability and transparency of local law enforcement agencies using guidelines developed by the Department of Criminal Justice Services.

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2019 RI H.B. 8128

Title - RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE — POLICE WORN BODY CAMERAS

Law Number - 2019 RI H.B. 8128

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Requires all peace officers with arrest powers in the state to wear and activate body cameras during any car stop, search, arrest or during any interaction with any civilian or member of the public,provides that any officer engaged in undercover police wo...

Requires all peace officers with arrest powers in the state to wear and activate body cameras during any car stop, search, arrest or during any interaction with any civilian or member of the public,provides that any officer engaged in undercover police work shall not be required to wear a body camera,establishes protocols for the retention and destruction of body camera footage,establishes penalties for failure to comply with this chapter.

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2020 VA H 5128 a

Title - Department of Criminal Justice Services

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Relates to the Department of Criminal Justice Services, relates to powers and duties, requires the Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish training standards and to publish and periodically update model policies for law enforcement personnel ...

Relates to the Department of Criminal Justice Services, relates to powers and duties, requires the Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish training standards and to publish and periodically update model policies for law enforcement personnel on deescalation techniques and practices, including guidelines for the use of force continuum and the risks of using neck restraints, such as chokeholds.

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2020 VA H 5136 a

Title - Decertification of Law Enforcement Officers

Law Number - 2020 VA H 5136 a

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Relates to decertification of law-enforcement officers, relates to Criminal Justice Services Board, relates to statewide professional standards of conduct, requires the Criminal Justice Services Board (the Board) to adopt statewide professional standards ...

Relates to decertification of law-enforcement officers, relates to Criminal Justice Services Board, relates to statewide professional standards of conduct, requires the Criminal Justice Services Board (the Board) to adopt statewide professional standards of conduct applicable to all law-enforcement officers, requires any chief of police, sheriff, or agency administrator to notify the Board in writing within 48 hours of becoming aware.

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