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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Amendment H.4860 191st (2019 - 2020)

Text of an amendment, recommended by the committee on Ways and Means, to the Senate Bill o reform police standards and shift resources to build a more equitable, fair and just commonwealth that values Black lives and communities of color (Senate, No. 2820).July 20, 2020.

Bill Information

Sponsor:
House Committee on Ways and Means
Clerk # Sponsor Title Action
23
Tucker, Paul F. Inclusive police training regarding autistic persons and persons with other intellectual and developmental disabilities Adopted, as Changed
24
Cutler, Josh S. Health or mental health separation in certification process Withdrawn
25
Cutler, Josh S. Complaint threshold Withdrawn
26
Cutler, Josh S. Distinguish administrative suspension from adjudicatory suspension Withdrawn
27
Cutler, Josh S. Minimum threshold for historical personnel records Withdrawn
28
LaNatra, Kathleen R. Mental Health Support Withdrawn
29
Whelan, Timothy R. Unprofessional police conduct definition Rejected
(Roll Call #202)
30
Whelan, Timothy R. County correctional officer Withdrawn
31
Whelan, Timothy R. MSP Colonel Rejected
32
Whelan, Timothy R. POST Commission Representation Consolidated "B"
33
Whelan, Timothy R. Deadly force incidents Rejected
34
Whelan, Timothy R. Legislative immunity 1 Withdrawn
35
Whelan, Timothy R. Legislative immunity 2 Withdrawn
36
Garry, Colleen M. Reasonable law enforcement officer standard Consolidated "A"
37
Garry, Colleen M. Body-worn Commission deadline Rejected
38
Garry, Colleen M. Officer access to body-worn camera recording Rejected
39
Garry, Colleen M. Notice and detail of alleged violation before division of police standards Rejected
40
Garry, Colleen M. Substantiated complaint history transferral to Massachusetts police standards and training commission Rejected
41
Tyler, Chynah An Act The establishment of a permanent commission on the social status of Black men and boys Adopted, as Changed
42
Markey, Christopher M. Expanding inquests to improve transparency Withdrawn
43
Cutler, Josh S. Notification from Police Chief to Massachusetts Police Standards and Training Commission Adopted
44
Donato, Paul J. to provide for the public inspection of records made or received by special state police officers at educational institutions. Withdrawn
45
Cutler, Josh S. Timely notification to subject police officer from the Massachusetts Police Standards and Training Commission Consolidated "A"
46
Keefe, Mary S. Justice Reinvestment and Workforce Development Fund Withdrawn
47
Linsky, David Paul Other Chemical Weapons Withdrawn

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