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2017 Regular Session
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At the request of: (at the request of Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum)
Chief Sponsors:
Regular Sponsors: (Presession Filed)
Bill Title: Relating to public safety; declaring an emergency.
Catchline/Summary: Directs Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to develop method for recording data concerning officer-initiated pedestrian and traffic stops.
Directs Department of Public Safety Standards and Training to develop training and procedures for recording data. Requires law enforcement agencies to begin recording required officer-involved pedestrian and traffic stop data beginning on date based on size of agency. Requires agencies to provide recorded data to commission beginning on date based on size of agency. Requires that data not individually identify law enforcement officers or persons who were subject of traffic stops. Requires Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to review, using statistical analysis, officer-initiated pedestrian and traffic stop data received from law enforcement agencies, and report no later than July 1, 2020, and annually thereafter, to Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, Governor and committees or interim committees of Legislative Assembly related to judiciary. Directs department to review report received from commission. Authorizes department to provide advice and technical assistance to law enforcement agency named in report. Directs department to report assistance to local public safety coordinating council in public meeting. Directs Superintendent of State Police to enter into, if possible, agreement or contract with Federal Bureau of Investigation to allow data pertaining to individuals of Hispanic or Middle Eastern ethnicity to be entered into Law Enforcement Data System. Reduces crime classification of unlawful possession of controlled substance in Schedule I. Punishes by maximum of one year's imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both, except in specified circumstances. Retains current crime classification if possession is commercial drug offense or if person possesses substantial quantity of controlled substance. Reduces crime classification of unlawful possession of controlled substance in Schedule II. Punishes by maximum of one year's imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both, except in specified circumstances. Retains current crime classification if possession is commercial drug offense or if person possesses substantial quantity of controlled substance. Requires county to supervise offenders convicted of certain drug-related misdemeanors. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
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Fiscal Impact: May Have Fiscal Impact, But No Statement Yet Issued
Revenue Impact: May Have Revenue Impact, But No Statement Yet Issued
Measure Analysis: Staff Measure Summary / Impact Statements
Current Location: In House Committee
Current Committee: House Committee On Judiciary
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