S.B. 185 Law Enforcement Transparency (Sen. Henderson, D.)

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S.B. 185 Law Enforcement Transparency (Sen. Henderson, D.)

Postby David Nelson » Thu 13 Feb 2014 10:26 am

According to S.B. 185 Law Enforcement Transparency (Sen. Henderson, D.) (http://le.utah.gov/~2014/bills/static/SB0185.html):

This bill modifies the Code of Criminal Procedure regarding the reporting of specified information by law enforcement agencies.

This bill:
. requires all state or municipal law enforcement agencies to annually report specific information to the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice;
. provides that the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice develop a standardized format to receive the reports from law enforcement entities; and
. requires the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice to provide a summary report before August 15 of each year to the attorney general, the speaker of the House of Representatives, the president of the Senate, and each law enforcement agency.

And, would require specifically:

57 (xi) if a firearm was discharged by a law enforcement officer, and, if so, how many
58 shots were fired by each officer;
59 (xii) if a weapon was brandished by a person other than the law enforcement officers;
60 (xiii) if a weapon was used by a person against the law enforcement officers and, if a
61 firearm was used, the number or approximate number of shots fired by the person;
62 (xiv) the identity of any law enforcement agencies that were notified of the deployment
63 prior to the deployment;
64 (xv) if a person or domestic animal was injured or killed by a law enforcement officer;
65 and
66 (xvi) if a law enforcement officer was injured or killed.
David Nelson
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