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Peace Officers and Law Enforcement

13RS

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Age restrictions for police and fire in certain local governments, removal of - SB 66
Automated business record falsification devices, forfeiture of - HB 185
Capital offenses, use of revenge killing as aggravating circumstance - SB 181
Concealed deadly weapon, retired peace officer, permission to carry statewide with license - HB 305
Constable, constitutional amendment allowing county legislative body to abolish office of - HB 147
Constables, peace officer status, removal of - SB 73
Court security, increase sheriff's compensation to $12 per hour - HB 209
Disabled
parking placards, month and year hole-punch system, requirements for - HB 355
parking placards, tamper-evident color coded stickers, requirements for - HB 253
parking placards, tamper-evident stickers, requirements for - HB 253: HCS
parking, fines for violation of, increase of - HB 253
DNA
collection, collection at booking - SB 47: SCS, SFA (1); HB 89: HCS, HFA (2)
collection, requirement as part of booking - HB 89: HFA (1)
DNA, requirement of sample collection at arraignment - SB 47; HB 89
Duty to warn, expanded definition of mental health patient - HB 349
Family benefit, law enforcement officer, firefighter killed or disabled in line of duty - HB 199
Gender-neutral language, technical correction - SB 139
GPS monitoring, warrant requirement for - HB 458
Human trafficking, training in - HB 3; SB 141: HCS, HFA (1); HB 3: SCS, HCS
Involuntary hospitalization, courts required to consult with peace officers prior to - HB 381
Jail officer, complaint against, required procedure - HB 197
Mint Police, U.S., state jurisdiction for - HB 297
Motor vehicle accidents, blood tests, limitations, dutites - HB 421
National Wildlife Refuge System, National Fish Hatcheries, concurrent jurisdiction for - SB 65
Police officers at postsecondary education institutions, inclusion of - SB 120; HB 186; SB 120: SCS; HB 186: HCS
Prisoner or patient from another state for treatment in Kentucky - HB 151
Rakes,
Deputy Carl Anthony, memorial highway designation - HJR 36
Deputy Carl Anthony, memorializing - SR 9; HR 12
Retirement, allow onetime opt-out for members of the state-administered retirement plans - SB 165
School incidents, reporting of - HB 65
Semiautomatic assault rifle, prohibition of auction by State Police, disposition of - HB 268
Transportation officers, employment of - SB 84; HB 451; SB 84: HFA (1)
Truants, detention and release to school by peace officer - HB 116
Waiver of medical review panel process - SB 9: SFA (4),(6),(7)

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