Senate Bill 283

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Last Action 02/25/21: to Judiciary (S)
Title AN ACT relating to public protection.
Bill Documents Introduced
Bill Request Number 43
Sponsors G. Neal, M. McGarvey
Summary of Original Version Create new sections of KRS Chapter 455 to limit circumstances in which a warrant may be issued authorizing entry without notice; require creation of a warrant application form; require reporting of data on warrants authorizing entry without notice; require 10-second pause after announcing the presence of law enforcement officers prior to entering premises to serve a warrant; require use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement officers serving warrants; create processes for enforcement; allow disciplinary actions for noncompliance; create a new section of KRS Chapter 15 to require officers to activate body-worn cameras when engaged in law enforcement activity; establish rebuttable presumptions in investigative or legal proceedings regarding unrecorded conduct or statements; amend KRS 61.168 to provide for release of recordings in specific circumstances and allow waiver of privacy concerns; create a new section of KRS Chapter 344 to allow suits against state and local government law enforcement officers and prosecutors and limit defenses; amend KRS 15.420 to define "deadly incident"; amend KRS 15.440 to require law enforcement agencies to create policies requiring mandatory drug and alcohol testing for officers involved in a deadly incident; amend various sections to conform; provide that Sections 1 to 7 shall be known as "Breonna's Law; propose a rule of evidence making inadmissible any evidence collected as the result of a warrant authorizing entry without notice which did not comply with statutes or which was obtained through perjury or false statements; create new sections of KRS Chapter 15 to create a method for law enforcement agencies to request disciplinary records from other agencies where the applicant has previously been employed; require applicants to consent to disclosure of prior records; require the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council to administer the program and develop forms; amend KRS 503.010 to create a definition for carotid restraint; amend KRS 503.090 to establish when a peace officer may use a carotid restraint in the course of his or her duties; amend KRS 15.334 to require the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council to approve de-esclation training courses and courses in serving warrants safely for students attending law enforcement basic training;
Index Headings of Original Version Courts - Warrants, authorizing entry without notice, prohibit
Criminal Procedure - Carotid restraint, use during course of employment
Criminal Procedure - Rule of evidence, proposal
Criminal Procedure - Warrants, authorizing entry without notice, prohibit
Labor and Industry - Law enforcement disciplinary record, reporting required
Local Mandate - Mandatory training courses, de-esclation and crisis intervention
Local Mandate - Warrants, authorizing entry without notice, prohibit
Peace Officers and Law Enforcement - Carotid restraint, use during course of employment
Peace Officers and Law Enforcement - Disciplinary records, reporting required
Peace Officers and Law Enforcement - Disciplinary records, requirement for agencies to consult before hiring
Peace Officers and Law Enforcement - Mandatory training courses, de-esclation and crisis intervention
Peace Officers and Law Enforcement - Warrants, authorizing entry without notice, prohibit
Police, City and County - Carotid restraint, use during course of employment
Police, City and County - Mandatory training courses, de-esclation and crisis intervention
Police, City and County - Warrants, authorizing entry without notice, prohibit
Police, State - Carotid restraint, use during course of employment
Police, State - Mandatory training courses, de-esclation and crisis intervention
Police, State - Warrants, authorizing entry without notice, prohibit
Sheriffs - Warrants, authorizing entry without notice, prohibit
Civil Procedure - Rule of evidence, proposal
Civil Rights - Warrants, authorizing entry without notice, prohibit
Corrections Impact - Mandatory training courses, de-esclation and crisis intervention
Short Titles and Popular Names - Breonna's Law

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02/23/21
  • introduced in Senate
  • to Committee on Committees (S)
02/25/21
  • to Judiciary (S)


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