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Committee(s) Judiciary and Public Safety
ChairSen. Roger Victory
Clerk NameJackie Mosher
Clerk Phone517.373.5312
LocationRoom 1100, Binsfeld Office Building, 201 Townsend Street, Lansing, MI 48933
DateThursday, 6/3/2021
Time8:30 AM
Time Notes
AgendaSB 473 (Sen. Roger Victory) Law enforcement: investigations; guidelines for the investigation of officer-involved deaths; require the commission to create.

SB 474 (Sen. Jeremy Moss) Law enforcement: records; use of force records; require to be included in separation of service record.

SB 475 (Sen. Ken Horn) Law enforcement: employment; license of law enforcement officer that used excessive force; revoke.

SB 476 (Sen. Jim Ananich) Law enforcement: other; individuals filing complaints against law enforcement; allow to remain private.

SB 477 (Sen. Adam J. Hollier) Labor: collective bargaining; obligation of bargaining representatives to represent members in grievance proceedings; eliminate in certain circumstances.

SB 478 (Sen. Jim Runestad) Law enforcement: other; use of pressure to the throat or windpipe by law enforcement; prohibit under certain circumstances.

SB 479 (Sen. Erika Geiss) Criminal procedure: warrants; execution of search warrants; modify.

SB 480 (Sen. Ruth A. Johnson) Law enforcement: training; duty to intervene policy; require law enforcement agencies to adopt.

SB 481 (Sen. Stephanie Chang) Law enforcement: other; use of force policies; require law enforcement agencies to create.

SB 482 (Sen. Jeff Irwin) Law enforcement: training; mental health and law enforcement response training; require for law enforcement officers.

SB 483 (Sen. Michael D. MacDonald) Law enforcement: other; research study and analysis identifying barriers in the recruitment of law enforcement officer; require the commission to conduct.

SB 484 (Sen. Marshall Bullock) Crimes: other; tampering with evidence by law enforcement officer with specific intent; prohibit, and provide penalties.

SB 375 (Sen. Sylvia Santana) Law enforcement: training; law enforcement agencies that fund police training for recruits; allow agreements requiring reimbursement in certain situations.

And any other business properly before the committee.

In the spirit of compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with a disability should feel free to contact the Senate Business Office by phone [(517) 373-1675] or email senbusinessoffice@senate.michigan.gov if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting.

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