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CALENDAR FOR MONDAY, JULY 13, 2020

[The Senate will meet at eleven o’clock A.M.]

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[Joint Session will be held on
Wednesday, December 16, 2020, at one o’clock P.M.]

ORDERS OF THE DAY

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SECOND READING MATTERS.

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234. [S. 2800] Bill to 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. 2800). [Question on ordering to a third reading.] [Rodrigues.]
             [On House, No. 4398, in part.]
             [From the committee on Senate Ways and Means.]
             [Order relative to subject matter adopted.]
             [Mr. Fattman moved (under Senate Rule 31) to print amendments in the calendar:

Amendment 1

Better Outcomes for Young Adults

Mr. Boncore, Ms. Creem, Ms. Rausch, Mr. Eldridge, Ms. Moran, Mr. Crighton, Ms. Chang-Diaz and Mr. Collins move to amend the bill by inserting in place at the end thereof the following Section:-
Section XX. 
SECTION 1. Section 7 of chapter 4 of the General Laws, so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out the sixtieth clause as amended by Section 1 of Chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, and inserting in place thereof the following clause:- Sixtieth, “Age of criminal majority” shall mean the age of “19.”
SECTION 2. Said clause of said section 7 of said chapter 4 is further amended by striking out the number “19,” inserting in place thereof the following number:- “20”
SECTION 3. Said clause of said section 7 of said chapter 4 is further amended by striking out the number “20,” and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “21”
SECTION 4. Section 167 of chapter 6 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out,  in all instances, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following word:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 5. Section 20 of chapter 31 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 10 the words “18 years” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority.”
SECTION 6. Section 24 of chapter 37 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 14 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority.”
SECTION 7. Section 98F of chapter 41 of the General Laws, as amended by section 26 of chapter 69 of the acts of 2018, is hereby amended by striking out, in clause (iv) of the last sentence, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- the age of criminal majority.
SECTION 8. Section 32H of chapter 94C, so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the second paragraph, as amended by section 21 of chapter 72 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age or older” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority.”
SECTION 9. Section 32H of chapter 94C of the General Laws, so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the second paragraph, as amended by section 21 of chapter 72 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 10. Section 32M of chapter 94C of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 1 the word “eighteen” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 11. Section 32M of chapter 94C of the General Law, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 6 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 12. Section 36 of chapter 94C of the General Law, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 6 the words “his eighteenth birthday” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 13. Section 52 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in the definition of “delinquent child” as amended by section 72 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 14. Section 52 of said chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in the definition of “youthful offender,” as amended by section 72 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 15. Section 54 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in the first paragraph as amended by section 73 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 16. Section 54 of said chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in the second paragraph as amended by section 73 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 17. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the words in lines 8 to 12, inclusive “that any such probation may be imposed until such child reaches age eighteen or age nineteen in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his eighteenth birthday or age 20 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he attains his nineteenth birthday”, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “that any such probation may, in the case of an offense that occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, be imposed until such child reaches age 18 or 19 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child has attained the child’s eighteenth birthday or age 20 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child attains the child’s nineteenth birthday. In the case of an offense that occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday, such probation may be imposed until such child reaches age 19 or age 20 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child has attained the child’s nineteenth birthday, or age 21 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child attains the child’s twentieth birthday.”
SECTION 18. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “after he attains his twentieth birthday”, in line 12, the following words:-  “or age 22 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child attains the child’s twenty-first birthday”
SECTION 19. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby further amended by inserting after the words “his twenty first birthday”, in line 12, the following words:- “or age 23 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child attains the child’s twenty-second birthday”
SECTION 20. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “attains the age of eighteen”, in lines 26 to 27, inclusive, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday.”
SECTION 21. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “nineteenth birthday”, in lines 29 to 30, inclusive, the following words:- “In a case where the offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday, the probationary or commitment period shall not be for a period longer than until such child attains the age of nineteen, or twenty in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his nineteenth birthday, or twenty-one in the case of a child whose case is disposed after he has attained his twentieth birthday.”
SECTION 22. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “ twentieth birthday” the following words:-  “or twenty-two in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twenty-first birthday.”
SECTION 23. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “twenty-first birthday”, the following words:- “or twenty-two in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twenty-first birthday, or twenty three in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twenty-second birthday.”
SECTION 24.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “twenty-one”, in line 38, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, or until he reaches the age of twenty- three in the case of a child whose offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday.”
SECTION 25.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “twenty-one”, in line 54, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, or until he reaches the age of twenty-three in the case of a child whose offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday”
SECTION 26.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “juvenile court probation department until the age of twenty-one”, in line 48, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, or until the age of twenty-three in the case of a child whose offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday.”
SECTION 27.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “twenty-one”, in line 54, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, or until he reaches the age of twenty-three in the case of a child whose offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday”
SECTION 28.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the word “eighteenth”, in line 79, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “twenty-first”
SECTION 29. Said  section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby further amended by striking out the words “the Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Cedar Junction, prior to his eighteenth birthday”, in lines 78 to 79, and inserting in place thereof the following words:-
“any prison owned, operated, administered or subject to the control of the department of correction including, but not limited to: Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Cedar Junction; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Norfolk; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Concord; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Framingham; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Bridgewater; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Plymouth; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Warwick; and Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Monroe, prior to his  twenty-first birthday.”
SECTION 30. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the words “until such child attains his eighteenth birthday or his nineteenth birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his eighteenth birthday”, in lines 97 to 99, inclusive, and inserting the following words:- “until such child attains his nineteenth birthday or his twentieth birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his nineteenth birthday”
SECTION 31. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the words “ until such child attains his nineteenth birthday or his twentieth birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his nineteenth birthday”, in lines 97 to 99, inclusive, and inserting the following words:- “until such child attains his twentieth birthday or his twenty first birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twentieth birthday”
SECTION 32. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby further amended by striking out the words“ until such child attains his twentieth birthday or his twenty first birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twentieth birthday”, in lines 97 to 99, inclusive, and inserting the following words:- “until such child attains his twenty first or his twenty second birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twenty first birthday”
SECTION 33. Section 60A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 17 the words “ eighteenth birthdays” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 34. Section 60A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 20  the words, “ been age 18 older” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 35. Section 60A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 22 the number, “were age 18 or older” where it so appears and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 36. Section 63A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 1 the words “is 19 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 37. Section 63A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 2 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 38. Section 65 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,is hereby amended by striking out in line 2 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 39. Section 66 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 3 and 5 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 40. Section 67 of Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in subsection (a), subsection (b), and subsection (d) as amended by section 76 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 41.  Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in section 68 as amended by section 77 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 42. Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in section 68 as amended by section 77 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-  “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 43. Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in section 68A as amended by section 77 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-  “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 44. Section 70 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 2 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 45. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,  is hereby amended by striking out in lines 2 through 3, inclusive, the words “their eighteenth birthday” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 46. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws,as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 9 the word “ twentieth” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“twenty first”
SECTION 47. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,  is hereby amended in by striking out the word “twenty first” in line 9 and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “twenty second”
SECTION 48. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,is hereby amended by striking out the word “twenty second” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “twenty third”
SECTION 49. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out, in lines 10 to 13, inclusive, the words “ prior to his eighteenth birthday, and is not apprehended until between such child’s eighteenth and nineteenth birthday, the court shall deal with such child in the same manner as if he has not attained his eighteenth birthday and all provisions and rights applicable to a child under 18 shall apply to such child.” and inserting in place thereof the following:-
“prior to attaining the age of criminal majority, and is not apprehended until between such child’s attainment of the age of criminal majority and the subsequent birthday, the court shall deal with such child in the same manner as if he has not attained the age of criminal majority and all provisions and rights applicable to a child under 18 shall apply to such child.”
SECTION 50.  Subsection (b) of section 72 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the words “their eighteenth birthday”, in line 18, and inserting in place thereof the following words:-the age of criminal majority
SECTION 51.  Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in the word “twenty-first”, in line 25, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “twenty-third”
SECTION 52. Section 72A of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 2 to 3 inclusive, the words “his eighteenth birthday, and is not apprehended until after his nineteenth birthday,” and inserting in place thereof the following:-
“attaining the age of criminal majority, and is not apprehended until after his subsequent birthday”
SECTION 53. Section 72B of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,  is hereby amended by striking out, in all instances, the words “his eighteenth birthday” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “attaining the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 54. Section 74 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 3 through 4, inclusive, the words “his eighteenth birthday” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“attaining the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 55. Section 74 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,  is hereby amended by striking out in lines 10 and 14 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-  “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 56. Section 84 of said chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the first paragraph as amended by section 78 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words“eighteen (or nineteen) years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority (or one year older)”
SECTION 57. Section 86 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the definition of “Juvenile” of subsection (a) as amended by section 80 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “21” and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “23”
SECTION 58. Section 89 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the definition of “Juvenile” of subsection (a) as amended by section 80 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 59. Section 89 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the definition of “Juvenile” of subsection (a) as amended by section 80 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “22” and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “23”
SECTION 60. Section 15 of chapter 120 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 3 and 4 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 61 . Section 21 of chapter 120 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 6, 9, and 10 the word “conviction” and inserting in place thereof the following word:- “adjudication”
SECTION 62. Said section 21 of said chapter 120 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 17 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 63. Section 2A of chapter 211D of the General Laws, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in subsection (f) as amended by section 107 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 64. Section 13 of chapter 250 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 3 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 65. Section 2 of chapter 258E of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 7 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“criminal majority”
SECTION 66. Section 15A of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 24 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 67.  Section 15A of said chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 46 the words “is 18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “has attained the age of criminal responsibility”
SECTION 68. Section 15B of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 24 the words “ 18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- who has attained the age of criminal majority
SECTION 69. Section 18 of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 26 the number “18 years of over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 70. Section 18B of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 43 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 71. Section 19 of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 23 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 72. Section 43 of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 56 and 89 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 73. Section 59 of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as added by section 132 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, is hereby amended by striking out the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“criminal majority”
SECTION 74. Section 10 of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 53 the words “18 years of age or older” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 75.  Section 10 of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition is hereby amended by striking in line 55 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 76.  Section 10 of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 223 and 225 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 77. Section 10E of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 40 through 41, inclusive, the words “18 years of age or older” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 78.  Section 10E of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby further amended by striking out in line 42 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 79. Section 10F of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 4 and 28 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 80. Section 10F of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 32 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 81. Section 10F of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 50 the words “17 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 82. Section 10G of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 34 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 83. Section 87 of chapter 276 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 7 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“criminal majority”
SECTION 84. Said section 87 of  chapter 276 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 14 and 15, inclusive, the words “was eighteen years of age or older” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “had attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 85. Section 89A of chapter 276 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 3 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 86. Section 89B of chapter 276 of the General Laws, as added by section 183 of chapter 69 of the  Acts of 2018, is hereby amended by striking out the words “are 18 to 24” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “attained the age of criminal majority and are under 25”
SECTION 87. Section 100D of chapter 276 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 8 the number “17” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 88. Section 6B of chapter 280 of the General Laws, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the first paragraph as amended by section 209 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 89. Sections 1, 30, 46 are hereby repealed.
SECTION 90. Section 89 shall take effect on July 1, 2022.
SECTION 91. Sections 2, 31, and 47 shall take effect on July 1, 2022.
SECTION 92. Sections 18 and 22, shall take effect on July 1, 2022.
SECTION 93. Section 91 is hereby repealed.
SECTION 94. Section 93 shall take effect on July 1, 2024.
SECTION 95. Sections 3, 19, 23, 32, and 48 shall take effect on July 1, 2024.

           Amendment 3 

Juvenile Justice Data

Ms. Creem, Messrs. Eldridge and Welch, Ms. Moran, Messrs. Tarr and Collins move to amend the bill by inserting the following new sections:-
SECTION 1. The purpose of these provisions is to ensure that the Commonwealth establishes systems to collect accurate, consistent, and comprehensive data on juveniles’ contacts with officials in the law enforcement and juvenile justice systems in order to improve comprehensive state planning as required by Title 34 of the United States Code, section 1113.
SECTION 2. Section 89 of Chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in section 80 of chapter 69 of the acts of 2018, is hereby amended by inserting after the definition of “criminal justice agency” the following paragraph:-
“Gender identity and expression” shall be defined pursuant to subsection 59 of section 7 of chapter 4 of the General Laws
SECTION 3. Section 89 of said Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby further amended by inserting after the definition of “racial or ethnic category” the following paragraph:-
‘Sexual orientation”, having an orientation for or being identified as having an orientation for heterosexuality, bisexuality, or homosexuality.
SECTION 4. Section 89 of Chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in section 80 of chapter 69 of the acts of 2018, is hereby amended by inserting after the last paragraph the following paragraphs:-
(c)The Child Advocate shall create and update as may be appropriate an instrument to record aggregate statistical data at each point of contact identified in sections 4(a)-(i). This instrument shall, at minimum, include age, gender, gender identity and expression, racial or ethnicity category, sexual orientation and type of crime. The child advocate shall give due regard to the census of juveniles when setting forth the racial or ethnic categories in the instrument. The Child Advocate shall consider providing guidance about the manner in which the race and ethnicity information is designated and collected, with consideration of the juveniles’ self-reporting of such categories. All Offices and Departments subject to this law shall use this instrument to record contacts.
(d) The department of state police, municipal police departments, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority police, any school-based police from a local education authority, and any contractor, vendor or service-provider working with such police including any alternative lock-up programs, shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c) for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year:

(1) referral to and/or use of diversion programming; and
(2) arrest

(e) Clerk magistrates shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c) for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year

(1) criminal complaint filed
(2) finding of probable cause;
(3) complaint issued;
(4) appeal to judge of the finding by the clerk magistrate; and
(5) complaint issued after appeal.

(f) The district attorneys shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c) for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year

(1) referral to and/or use of diversion programming;
(2) indictment as a youthful offender;
(3) dismissal of indictment/dismissal of indictment in exchange for other action; and
(4) prosecution in criminal court under section 74 of chapter 119 of the General Laws.

(g) The juvenile court department shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c)  for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year:

(1) arraignment as a delinquent
(2) arraignment as a youthful offender;
(3) referral to and/or use of diversion programming pursuant to section 54A of chapter 119 of the General Laws;
(4) imposition of bail or order to hold without bail;
(5) pre-trial probation pursuant to section 87 of chapter 276 of the General Laws;
(6) cases which are continued without a finding pursuant to section 18 of chapter 278 and to section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws;
(7) adjudication as a delinquent;
(8) adjudication as a youthful offender;
(9)  imposition of an adult sentence pursuant to section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws;
(10) sentence to probation;
(11) commitment to the department of youth services pursuant to section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws;
(12) commitment to the department of youth services pursuant to section 2 of chapter 279 of the General Laws that are suspended;
(13) voluntary extensions of commitments to the department of youth services;
(14) juvenile brought before the court on criminal and non-criminal violations of probation;
(15) commitments to department of youth services following a probation violation; and
(16) revocation of a continuation without a finding pursuant to pursuant to section 18 of chapter 278 and to section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws;

(h) The office of the commissioner of probation shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c)  for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year:

(1) referral to and/or use of diversion programming;
(2) supervision of pre-trial probation;
(3) supervision of continuances without a finding;
(4) supervision of youth on probation; and
(5) referral to the court for a probation violation.

(i)  The department of youth services and any contractor, vendor or service provider working with said department including alternative lock-up programs shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c)  for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year:

(1) pre-arraignment detention;
(2) pre-trial detention;
(3) commitment;
(4) level of care including, but not limited to,
    a. “hardware,” secure;
    b. staff secure;
    c. residential; and
    d. community placement;
(5) notice of revocation of grants of conditional liberty;
(6) hearing on grants of conditional liberty; and
(7) revocation of grants of conditional liberty for violation of conditions of liberty; and
(8) voluntary extensions of commitments with the department of youth services.

(j) The superior court shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c)  for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year:

(1) arraignment for murder in the first degree and murder in the second degree; and
(2) convictions.

(k) The department of correction and each sheriff’s department shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c)  for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year:

(1) pre-arraignment detention;
(2) pre-trial detention;
(3) post-disposition confinement of youthful offenders; and
(4) post-conviction confinement for murder.

(l) The parole board shall collect the necessary information to complete the instrument identified in subsection (c)  for each juvenile subjected to the following contacts for each fiscal year:

(1) grant of parole;
(2) supervision of parole; and
(3) revocation of parole.

SECTION 5.  Chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in section 80 of chapter 69 of the acts of 2018, is hereby amended by inserting after section 89 the following section:
Section 90. (a) The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security shall be responsible for assembling the data collected by the below offices and departments on an annual basis. The collected data for each fiscal year shall be published on the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Website, filed with the clerks of the Massachusetts House and Senate and provided to the Office of the Child Advocate no later than 90 days after the end of that fiscal year. The first such report shall be submitted by January 2, 2020.

a. The Commissioner of the Department of Correction
b. Sheriffs of each County;
c. The Parole Board;
d. The Department of the State Police;
e. Municipal police departments;
f. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Police;
g. School based police from any local education authority;
h. Alternative Lock-up Programs; and
i. any other contractor, vendor or service provider working with school based or other police officers.

(b) The Attorney General shall be responsible of assembling data collected by District Attorney’s Offices on an annual basis. The collected data for each fiscal year shall be published on the Attorney General’s website, filed with the clerks of the Massachusetts House and Senate and provided to the Office of the Child Advocate no later than 90 days after the end of that fiscal year. The first such report shall be submitted by January 2, 2020.
(c) The Chief Justice for Administration and Management shall be responsible for assembling data collected by judicial officers and court personnel including the Commissioner of Probation, judicial officers and court personnel, and the Executive Director of Community Correction. The data shall be collected on an annual basis. The collected data for each fiscal year shall be published on the Supreme Judicial Court’s website, filed with the clerks of the Massachusetts House and Senate and provided to the Office of the Child Advocate no later than 90 days after the end of that fiscal year. The first such report shall be submitted by January 2, 2020.
(d) The Executive Office for Human Services shall be responsible for assembling data collect by the Commissioner of the Department of Youth Services and all department personnel, contractors or vendors working with the Department. The data shall be collected on an annual basis. The collected data for each fiscal year shall be published on the Office’s website, filed with the clerks of the Massachusetts House and Senate and provided to the Office of the Child Advocate no later than 90 days after the end of that fiscal year. The first such report shall be submitted by January 2, 2020.
(e) Any individual data described or acquired under the provisions of this section shall be used only for statistical purposes and may not be disseminated if it contains data that reveal the identity of an individual who had contact with the juvenile justice system within the meaning of this chapter.
(f) The annual Juvenile Justice Contact Data Reports from the Executive Offices of Public Safety and Security, Attorney General, Chief Justice for Administration and Management and Executive of Office of Human Services shall be public records.

           Amendment 5

Electronic Signatures

Mr. Moore, Ms. Moran and Mr. O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting, at the end thereof, the following new sections:-
SECTION XX. Section 2A of Chapter 276 of the General Laws, is hereby amended by inserting before the first sentence, in line 1, the following words:- “The signature on the warrant may be made by electronic signature.”
SECTION XX. Section 2B of Chapter 276 of the General Laws, as so appearing, is hereby amended by inserting after the word “personally”, in line 2, the words:- “or through wire or electronic means”
SECTION XX. Section 2B of Chapter 276 of the General Laws, as so appearing, is further amended by inserting after the word “form,”, in line 13, the words:- “and the signature therein be made by electronic signature”.

Amendment 6

Totality of the circumstances

Messrs. Moore, Brady, Welch, Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill in section 10, by striking subsection (c) of Section 11I, and inserting in place thereof the following subsection:-
“(c) In action under this section, qualified immunity shall not apply to claims for monetary damages except upon a finding that, at the time the conduct complained of occurs, no reasonable defendant, based on the totality of the circumstances, could have had reason to believe that such conduct would violate the law.”

2nd Redraft Amendment 7

Intervention

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill in section 55, by striking out, in line 1137, the word "of" and inserting in place thereof the following word:- "by".

Redraft Amendment 8

Procedural and Substantive Safeguards

Messrs. Tarr, Brady and O'Connor move to amend the bill by striking in line 111 the word "may" and inserting in place the following:-"shall"
by inserting in line 207 after the word, "inclusive" the following:-"provided that such regulations shall, at a minimum, ensure procedural and substantive due process pursuant to the United States Constitution and the Massachusetts Constitution as they pertain to tribunals, including but not limited to the fifth amendment of the united states constitution, with regard to any investigation, hearing, decision or other action taken by said committee, provided further, that in all proceedings before the police officer standards and accreditation committee, the subject of said proceedings shall have the ability to assert their right under the fifth amendment under the United States constitution, and said assertion shall not be taken into consideration against the subject in later proceedings before the police officer standards and accreditation committee"

Further Amendment 8.1

Qualified Immunity

Messrs. Tran and Tarr move that the amendment be amended by inserting at the end of the underlying amendment the following:-
in SECTION 10 by striking subsection (c) of section 11I and moves to further amend by inserting after section _ the following new section:
"SECTION_.Notwithstanding any general or special law to contrary there shall be a special commission to study qualified immunity. The special commission shall consist of 13 members appointed by the governor, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the colonel of the state police, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the commissioner of the Massachusetts bay transportation authority police force, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the commissioner of police of the city of Boston, 1 of whom shall be a chief of police of a police department outside of the Boston metropolitan area nominated by the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association Incorporated, 1 of whom shall be a law enforcement officer nominated by the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers, Inc., 1 of whom shall be a law enforcement officer below the rank of sergeant, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Inc., 1 of whom shall be nominated by the Boston branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference, 1 of whom shall be nominated by a Massachusetts branch, other than the Boston branch, of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference, 1 of whom shall be a professor at a Massachusetts law school, 2 of whom shall be a retired judge, 1 of whom shall be a member of the Massachusetts District Attorney's association.
Said commission shall report back within 90 days of the effective date of this act with recommended changes to ensure qualified immunity is appropriately structured so as to provide appropriate safeguards to those acting in good faith while preventing the availability of such a defense where it is not appropriate or justifiable. Said report and recommendations shall be filed with the clerks of house and senate.

Amendment 9

Minority Appointments

Messrs. Tarr, Brady and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting in line 10 after the word, "caucus" the following:-"1 member appointed by the minority leader of  the senate from a list of not less then 5 nominees from the Massachusetts branches of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference and the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus and 1 member appointed by the minority leader of the house from a list of not less than 5 nominees from the Massachusetts branches of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference and the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus".

Amendment 10

Promoting racial justice by decriminalizing homelessness

Ms. Rausch, Messrs. Eldridge and Velis move to amend the bill by inserting after Section 73 the following new sections:- 
SECTION XX: Chapter 214 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after section 1(C) the following section:- 
Section 1(D). (a) A person experiencing homelessness shall have the right to be free from discrimination on the basis of housing status. 
(b) As used in this section, the following words shall, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, have the following meanings: 
“Housing status” means a person’s current ability to access a fixed, regular nighttime residence as defined in section 16W of chapter 6A. 
“Park” shall include a city or town common dedicated to the use of the public, or appropriated to such use without interruption for a period of 20 years as defined in section 1 of chapter 45. 
“Persons experiencing homelessness” means persons who lack, or are perceived to lack, a fixed, regular nighttime residence as defined in section 16W of chapter 6A. Persons experiencing homelessness includes, but are not limited to, persons who: (1) share the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship or a similar reason; (2) live in motels, hotels, trailer parks or campgrounds due to the lack of fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence; (3) live in emergency or transitional shelters; (4) are abandoned in hospitals; (5) are awaiting foster care placement; (6) have a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings; (7) live in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, bus or train stations or similar settings; (8) are transient and otherwise experiencing homelessness as described in this subsection; or (9) meet the definition of homeless provided in section 11302(a) of Title 42 of the United States Code.
“Public space” means any real property that is owned, in whole or in part, by the Commonwealth or any municipality, or upon which there is an easement for public use, and is held open to the public. Public space includes but is not limited to plazas, courtyards, parking lots, sidewalks, public transportation facilities and services, public buildings, and parks. Public space does not include a private business establishment. 
“Recreational vehicle” has the meaning given that term in section 20 of chapter 90B. 
“Rest” means the state of sleeping or not moving or the state of holding certain postures that include but are not limited to sitting, standing, leaning, kneeling, squatting or lying on the ground or other surface. 
“Town” shall not include city as defined in section 1 of chapter 45. 
(c) Persons experiencing homelessness shall have the right to: 

(i) use public spaces in the same manner as any other person without discrimination based on their housing status; 
(ii) equal treatment by all state and municipal agencies, without discrimination on the basis of housing status; 
(iii) a reasonable expectation of privacy in personal property in public spaces; 
(iv) interact with public officials, employees, and officers without harassment on the basis of their housing status; 
(v) rest in public spaces and seek protection from adverse weather or an imminent public health emergency in a manner that does not obstruct human or vehicle traffic and is without discrimination based on their housing status; 
(vi) eat, share, accept, or give food in any public space in which having food is not prohibited; 
(vii) vote, register to vote, and receive documentation necessary to prove identity for voting without discrimination on the basis of housing status; 
(viii) pray, meditate, worship, or practice religion in public spaces without discrimination based on housing status in a manner that does not obstruct human or vehicle traffic; and
(ix) occupy a motor vehicle or a recreational vehicle, provided that the vehicle is legally parked on public property or on private property with the express permission of the private property owner. 

(d) The provisions of this section pertaining to public spaces shall not apply if the public space is closed to the general public or requires a fee for entry. When practicable, public officials, employees, or officers shall clearly designate and provide an appropriate alternative place for persons experiencing homelessness to rest without time limitations in the near vicinity. 
(e) It shall be an affirmative defense to a civil claim or criminal charge related to use of public spaces that a person experiencing homelessness was exercising any right set forth in this section. 
(f) The superior court shall have jurisdiction in equity to enforce any right set forth in this section and award damages in connection with any violation thereof. 
SECTION XX. Section 1 of chapter 51 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after the last sentence the following sentence:- 
Lack of a fixed, permanent residence for a person experiencing homelessness shall not prohibit voter registration. 
SECTION XX. Sections 63 through 69, inclusive, of chapter 272 of the General Laws are hereby repealed. 
SECTION XX. Section 92A of chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after the word “nationality”, in line 9, the following words:- “, housing status”. 
SECTION XX. Section 98 of said chapter 272, as so appearing, is hereby amended by inserting after the word “origin”, in line 3, the following words:- “, housing status”. 

Amendment 11

MPTC Executive Director

Messrs. Moore, Feeney and Cyr, Ms. Rausch, Messrs. Tarr and Brady, Ms. Gobi, Ms. Lovely, Messrs. Timilty, Velis and Welch, Ms. Moran, Messrs. Crighton, O'Connor and Montigny move to amend the bill by adding at the end thereof the following new section:-
SECTION XX. Section 91 of chapter 32 of the general laws, is hereby amended by inserting at the end thereof, the following new subsection:-
“(f) The restrictions against post-retirement earnings contained in this section shall not apply to a retired Massachusetts law enforcement member of Group 4 that subsequently is selected to serve as the Executive Director of the Municipal Police Training Committee (MPTC), for a term not to exceed three years. Any person serving in such capacity shall not be deemed to have resumed active membership in a retirement system in the commonwealth and such service shall not be counted as creditable service toward retirement. No deductions shall be made from the regular compensation of such person pursuant to chapter 32 of the General Laws while so employed. A person serving in this capacity shall not have their retirement allowance subject to modification as a result of earnings from their employment with the Municipal Police Training Committee.”

Amendment 12

Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Review

Messrs. Tarr, Welch and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting in line 137 after the word "chapter 22C the following:- ", provided further, that any certified and accredited law enforcement school shall allow representatives appointed by the  Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination to attend and observe the delivery of standardized training at the centers for recruit officer courses and in-service officers training”.

Amendment 13

Hiring and Promotional Decision-making process requirements

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting after SECTION 40 the following section:-
"SECTION _.Chapter 31 as appearing in the 2018 Official Edition is hereby amended by inserting after section 27 the following: -
“27A. In addition to the requirements prescribed in this chapter, any law enforcement department established pursuant to the general laws shall take into consideration as part of hiring and promotional decisions a candidate’s information as is maintained within the database established pursuant to subsection (c) of section 223 of Chapter 6. This section shall apply to all law enforcement departments established pursuant to the general laws without regard to whether the department has been exempted from Chapter 31 of the general laws.”

            Amendment 14

Method and procedure for reporting abuse of force by a fellow officer

Messrs. Tarr, Brady, Welch, O'Connor and Montigny move to amend the bill by inserting in line 1141 after the word, "force" the following new subsection:-"(d) All law enforcement departments established pursuant to the general laws shall develop and implement a policy and procedure for the reporting by law enforcement personnel, of abuse by other law enforcement personnel without fear of retaliation or actual retaliation.”

            Amendment 15

Compliance Officer Creation

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting after SECTION 48 the following section:-
"SECTION_.Said Chapter 41 is hereby further amended by inserting the following at the end of section 98G:- “98H. All law enforcement departments established pursuant to the general laws shall designate at least one officer to be responsible for compliance with constitutional provisions, laws and regulations pertaining to equality and the protection of civil rights.”

            Redraft Amendment 16

Creating a Commission on Structural Racism

Ms. Chandler, Ms. Friedman, Ms. Rausch, Mr. Eldridge, Ms. Jehlen, Messrs. Brady, Feeney and Welch, Ms. Moran and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill by inserting after section 66 the following section:-
"SECTION 66A. (a) There shall be a commission to make an investigation and study to: (i) dismantle structural racism in a systemic way that eliminates the violence of arrest, disparities of incarceration and barriers to positive community re-entry; (ii) systematically, comprehensively and iteratively review where and how the systemic presence of structural and institutional racism in the department of correction has generated a culture or practices and policies that produces racial inequality, trauma or disparate impacts and outcomes by race among and between incarcerated persons, corrections officers or other department of correction staff or families of incarcerated persons; provided, however, that the scope of such review shall include mapping the various subsystems interacting with and within the criminal justice system, including, but not limited to, policing, parole and re-entry, that in their intersection with the work and mission of the department of correction produce or accelerate racial inequality or disparate impacts by race; (iii) recommend policies within the department of correction that focus on restorative justice program access, health care continuums, public health and behavioral health impacting people of color in the commonwealth such as socially determinative conditions regarding incarceration, probation, parole and community reentry, including, but not limited to, social indicators of health before, during and after incarceration that include health issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder that department staff and incarcerated persons experience in corrections and physical or behavioral health issues as a result of violence in policing and use of force; (iv) propose programs for implementation by the department of correction that benefit corrections community members, including, but not limited to: (A) language supports for incarcerated English  learners; (B) anti-racism training for all department community members regardless of position or ethnic identity; and (C) educational opportunities for correction officers and incarcerated residents; and (v) provide a road map for the establishment of a publicly-funded permanent government entity with expertise to dismantle structural racism that shall: (1) recommend actual internal changes to the department of correction; (2) make administrative or policy recommendations to the governor and specific executive agencies; and (3) make legislative recommendations to the general court. The programs described in clause (iv) may include programs to promote interpersonal trust, relationships, wellness and quality of life of incarcerated persons and staff, to provide educational and personal development opportunities and historical bias and anti-racism training and to improve the correctional physical and administrative structure such as green space, adequate staffing space, facilities resources, communications and management.
(b) The commission shall consist of the following 31 members: 3 members of the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus appointed by the caucus, 1 of whom shall be the chair of the commission as selected by the caucus; 3 persons appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives, 1 of whom shall be selected from a list of nominees from Citizens for Juvenile Justice, Inc., 1 of whom shall be a member of the Legislative Criminal Justice Reform Caucus and 1 of whom shall be selected from a list of nominees from Prisoners’ Legal Services; 2 persons appointed by the senate president; the secretary of public safety and security or a designee; the undersecretary of criminal justice or a designee; 7 persons appointed by the governor, 1 of whom shall be selected from a list of nominees from the Boston branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference, 1 of whom shall be selected from a list of nominees from the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts, Inc, 1 of whom shall be selected from a list of nominees from the ACLU Racial Justice Program, 1 of whom shall be selected from a list of nominees from the Dimock Health Center, Inc., 1 of whom shall have medical and behavioral health expertise in the incarceration setting, 1 of whom shall be a member of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice and 1 of whom shall have expertise in trauma and adverse child experiences; 3 persons appointed jointly by the undersecretary of criminal justice and the commission chair who shall be incarcerated persons, at least 1 of whom shall be selected from a list of nominees from the African American Coalition Committee and at least 1 of whom shall be a person who has demonstrated a commitment to persons that are foreign born; 3 persons appointed jointly by the undersecretary of criminal justice and the commission chair, all of whom shall be correctional officers and at least 1 of whom shall be a member of  the Massachusetts Correction Officers Federated Union; 3 members appointed jointly by the undersecretary of criminal justice and the commission chair, all of whom shall be members of the department of correction administration; 3 members appointed jointly by the undersecretary of criminal justice and the commission chair, all of whom shall be family members of persons currently incarcerated; and 2 members appointed jointly by the undersecretary of criminal justice and the commission chair, both of whom shall be formerly incarcerated persons. An appointing authority with 2 or more appointments shall ensure that their appointments draw from socially and economically disadvantaged and historically underrepresented groups.
All appointments shall be made not later than 30 days following the effective date of this section and the chair of the commission shall convene the first meeting of the commission not later than 60 days after such effective date. The commission shall meet not less than 4 times.
(c) The department of correction shall assist the commission in facilitating the participation of department staff and incarcerated persons, including, but not limited to, providing necessary transportation of incarcerated persons, videoconferencing or other appropriate online or electronic communication and access to available and appropriate space at a correctional facility or administrative office. Participation by department staff may be considered by the department to be included in such employees’ regular workday activities. The department, or any other state agency as defined in section 1 of chapter 29 of the General Laws, shall assist the commission in gathering relevant information about current operations, programs, staffing and budgets.
(d) Not later than March 31, 2021, the commission shall submit a report with recommendations for legislation, if any, together with drafts of legislation necessary to carry its recommendations into effect, by filing the same with the clerks of the house of representatives and the senate, the joint committee on the judiciary, the joint committee on public safety and homeland security and the house and senate committees on ways and means.
(e) Not later than 6 weeks after March 31, 2021 or 6 weeks from the date of the filing of the report, whichever is later, the department of correction shall file a report on actions being taken to respond to the commission’s report with the clerks of the house of representatives and the senate, the Massachusetts Black and Latino Caucus, the joint committee on the judiciary, the joint committee on public safety and homeland security and the house and senate committees on ways and means,."

Amendment 17

Better Outcomes for Young Adults

Ms. Creem, Mr. Eldridge and Ms. Moran move to amend the bill by inserting in place at the end thereof the following Section:-
Section XX.  SECTION 1. Section 7 of chapter 4 of the General Laws, so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out the sixtieth clause as amended by Section 1 of Chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, and inserting in place thereof the following clause:- Sixtieth, “Age of criminal majority” shall mean the age of “19.”
SECTION 2. Said clause of said section 7 of said chapter 4 is further amended by striking out the number “19,” inserting in place thereof the following number:- “20”
SECTION 3. Said clause of said section 7 of said chapter 4 is further amended by striking out the number “20,” and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “21”
SECTION 4. Section 167 of chapter 6 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out,  in all instances, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following word:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 5. Section 20 of chapter 31 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 10 the words “18 years” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority.”
SECTION 6. Section 24 of chapter 37 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 14 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority.”
SECTION 7. Section 98F of chapter 41 of the General Laws, as amended by section 26 of chapter 69 of the acts of 2018, is hereby amended by striking out, in clause (iv) of the last sentence, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- the age of criminal majority.
SECTION 8. Section 32H of chapter 94C, so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the second paragraph, as amended by section 21 of chapter 72 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age or older” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority.”
SECTION 9. Section 32H of chapter 94C of the General Laws, so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the second paragraph, as amended by section 21 of chapter 72 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 10. Section 32M of chapter 94C of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 1 the word “eighteen” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 11. Section 32M of chapter 94C of the General Law, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 6 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 12. Section 36 of chapter 94C of the General Law, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 6 the words “his eighteenth birthday” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 13. Section 52 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in the definition of “delinquent child” as amended by section 72 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 14. Section 52 of said chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in the definition of “youthful offender,” as amended by section 72 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 15. Section 54 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in the first paragraph as amended by section 73 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 16. Section 54 of said chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in the second paragraph as amended by section 73 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 17. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the words in lines 8 to 12, inclusive “that any such probation may be imposed until such child reaches age eighteen or age nineteen in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his eighteenth birthday or age 20 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he attains his nineteenth birthday”, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “that any such probation may, in the case of an offense that occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, be imposed until such child reaches age 18 or 19 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child has attained the child’s eighteenth birthday or age 20 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child attains the child’s nineteenth birthday. In the case of an offense that occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday, such probation may be imposed until such child reaches age 19 or age 20 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child has attained the child’s nineteenth birthday, or age 21 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child attains the child’s twentieth birthday.”
SECTION 18. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “after he attains his twentieth birthday”, in line 12, the following words:-  “or age 22 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child attains the child’s twenty-first birthday”
SECTION 19. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby further amended by inserting after the words “his twenty first birthday”, in line 12, the following words:- “or age 23 in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after the child attains the child’s twenty-second birthday”
SECTION 20. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “attains the age of eighteen”, in lines 26 to 27, inclusive, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday.”
SECTION 21. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “nineteenth birthday”, in lines 29 to 30, inclusive, the following words:- “In a case where the offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday, the probationary or commitment period shall not be for a period longer than until such child attains the age of nineteen, or twenty in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his nineteenth birthday, or twenty-one in the case of a child whose case is disposed after he has attained his twentieth birthday.”
SECTION 22. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “ twentieth birthday” the following words:-  “or twenty-two in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twenty-first birthday.”
SECTION 23. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “twenty-first birthday”, the following words:- “or twenty-two in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twenty-first birthday, or twenty three in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twenty-second birthday.”
SECTION 24.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “twenty-one”, in line 38, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, or until he reaches the age of twenty- three in the case of a child whose offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday.”
SECTION 25.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “twenty-one”, in line 54, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, or until he reaches the age of twenty-three in the case of a child whose offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday”
SECTION 26.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “juvenile court probation department until the age of twenty-one”, in line 48, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, or until the age of twenty-three in the case of a child whose offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday.”
SECTION 27.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the words “twenty-one”, in line 54, the following words:- “in a case where the offense occurred prior to the child’s eighteenth birthday, or until he reaches the age of twenty-three in the case of a child whose offense occurred on or after the child’s eighteenth birthday”
SECTION 28.  Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the word “eighteenth”, in line 79, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “twenty-first”
SECTION 29. Said  section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby further amended by striking out the words “the Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Cedar Junction, prior to his eighteenth birthday”, in lines 78 to 79, and inserting in place thereof the following words:-
“any prison owned, operated, administered or subject to the control of the department of correction including, but not limited to: Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Cedar Junction; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Norfolk; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Concord; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Framingham; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Bridgewater; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Plymouth; Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Warwick; and Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Monroe, prior to his  twenty-first birthday.”
SECTION 30. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the words “until such child attains his eighteenth birthday or his nineteenth birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his eighteenth birthday”, in lines 97 to 99, inclusive, and inserting the following words:- “until such child attains his nineteenth birthday or his twentieth birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his nineteenth birthday”
SECTION 31. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the words “ until such child attains his nineteenth birthday or his twentieth birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his nineteenth birthday”, in lines 97 to 99, inclusive, and inserting the following words:- “until such child attains his twentieth birthday or his twenty first birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twentieth birthday”
SECTION 32. Section 58 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby further amended by striking out the words“ until such child attains his twentieth birthday or his twenty first birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twentieth birthday”, in lines 97 to 99, inclusive, and inserting the following words:- “until such child attains his twenty first or his twenty second birthday in the case of a child whose case is disposed of after he has attained his twenty first birthday”
SECTION 33. Section 60A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 17 the words “ eighteenth birthdays” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 34. Section 60A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 20  the words, “ been age 18 older” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 35. Section 60A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 22 the number, “were age 18 or older” where it so appears and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 36. Section 63A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 1 the words “is 19 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 37. Section 63A of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 2 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 38. Section 65 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,is hereby amended by striking out in line 2 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 39. Section 66 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 3 and 5 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 40. Section 67 of Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in subsection (a), subsection (b), and subsection (d) as amended by section 76 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 41.  Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in section 68 as amended by section 77 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 42. Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in section 68 as amended by section 77 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-  “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 43. Chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in section 68A as amended by section 77 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-  “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 44. Section 70 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 2 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 45. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,  is hereby amended by striking out in lines 2 through 3, inclusive, the words “their eighteenth birthday” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 46. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws,as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 9 the word “ twentieth” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“twenty first”
SECTION 47. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,  is hereby amended in by striking out the word “twenty first” in line 9 and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “twenty second”
SECTION 48. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,is hereby amended by striking out the word “twenty second” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “twenty third”
SECTION 49. Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out, in lines 10 to 13, inclusive, the words “ prior to his eighteenth birthday, and is not apprehended until between such child’s eighteenth and nineteenth birthday, the court shall deal with such child in the same manner as if he has not attained his eighteenth birthday and all provisions and rights applicable to a child under 18 shall apply to such child.” and inserting in place thereof the following:-
“prior to attaining the age of criminal majority, and is not apprehended until between such child’s attainment of the age of criminal majority and the subsequent birthday, the court shall deal with such child in the same manner as if he has not attained the age of criminal majority and all provisions and rights applicable to a child under 18 shall apply to such child.”
SECTION 50.  Subsection (b) of section 72 of chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the words “their eighteenth birthday”, in line 18, and inserting in place thereof the following words:-the age of criminal majority
SECTION 51.  Section 72 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in the word “twenty-first”, in line 25, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “twenty-third”
SECTION 52. Section 72A of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 2 to 3 inclusive, the words “his eighteenth birthday, and is not apprehended until after his nineteenth birthday,” and inserting in place thereof the following:-
“attaining the age of criminal majority, and is not apprehended until after his subsequent birthday”
SECTION 53. Section 72B of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,  is hereby amended by striking out, in all instances, the words “his eighteenth birthday” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “attaining the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 54. Section 74 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 3 through 4, inclusive, the words “his eighteenth birthday” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“attaining the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 55. Section 74 of said chapter 119 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition,  is hereby amended by striking out in lines 10 and 14 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-  “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 56. Section 84 of said chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the first paragraph as amended by section 78 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words“eighteen (or nineteen) years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority (or one year older)”
SECTION 57. Section 86 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the definition of “Juvenile” of subsection (a) as amended by section 80 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “21” and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “23”
SECTION 58. Section 89 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the definition of “Juvenile” of subsection (a) as amended by section 80 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 59. Section 89 of chapter 119, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the definition of “Juvenile” of subsection (a) as amended by section 80 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the number “22” and inserting in place thereof the following number:- “23”
SECTION 60. Section 15 of chapter 120 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 3 and 4 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 61 . Section 21 of chapter 120 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 6, 9, and 10 the word “conviction” and inserting in place thereof the following word:- “adjudication”
SECTION 62. Said section 21 of said chapter 120 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 17 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 63. Section 2A of chapter 211D of the General Laws, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in subsection (f) as amended by section 107 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 64. Section 13 of chapter 250 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 3 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 65. Section 2 of chapter 258E of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 7 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“criminal majority”
SECTION 66. Section 15A of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 24 the words “18 years of age” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 67.  Section 15A of said chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 46 the words “is 18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “has attained the age of criminal responsibility”
SECTION 68. Section 15B of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 24 the words “ 18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- who has attained the age of criminal majority
SECTION 69. Section 18 of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 26 the number “18 years of over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 70. Section 18B of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 43 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 71. Section 19 of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 23 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 72. Section 43 of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 56 and 89 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 73. Section 59 of chapter 265 of the General Laws, as added by section 132 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, is hereby amended by striking out the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“criminal majority”
SECTION 74. Section 10 of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 53 the words “18 years of age or older” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 75.  Section 10 of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition is hereby amended by striking in line 55 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 76.  Section 10 of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 223 and 225 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 77. Section 10E of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 40 through 41, inclusive, the words “18 years of age or older” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 78.  Section 10E of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby further amended by striking out in line 42 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 79. Section 10F of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 4 and 28 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 80. Section 10F of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 32 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 81. Section 10F of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 50 the words “17 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 82. Section 10G of chapter 269 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 34 the words “18 years of age or over” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “who has attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 83. Section 87 of chapter 276 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 7 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:-“criminal majority”
SECTION 84. Said section 87 of  chapter 276 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in lines 14 and 15, inclusive, the words “was eighteen years of age or older” and inserting in place thereof the words:- “had attained the age of criminal majority”
SECTION 85. Section 89A of chapter 276 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 3 the number “18” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 86. Section 89B of chapter 276 of the General Laws, as added by section 183 of chapter 69 of the  Acts of 2018, is hereby amended by striking out the words “are 18 to 24” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “attained the age of criminal majority and are under 25”
SECTION 87. Section 100D of chapter 276 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out in line 8 the number “17” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 88. Section 6B of chapter 280 of the General Laws, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out in the first paragraph as amended by section 209 of chapter 69 of the Acts of 2018, the words “18 years” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “criminal majority”
SECTION 89. Sections 1, 30, 46 are hereby repealed.
SECTION 90. Section 89 shall take effect on July 1, 2022.
SECTION 91. Sections 2, 31, and 47 shall take effect on July 1, 2022.
SECTION 92. Sections 18 and 22, shall take effect on July 1, 2022.
SECTION 93. Section 91 is hereby repealed.
SECTION 94. Section 93 shall take effect on July 1, 2024.
SECTION 95. Sections 3, 19, 23, 32, and 48 shall take effect on July 1, 2024.

            Redraft Amendment 18

Use of force training

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill in section 55, by striking out, in lines 1142 and 1143, the words “police officer standards and accreditation committee established in section 221 of chapter 6” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “municipal police training committee”.

            Amendment 19

Incentive Grants

Messrs. Tarr, Brady and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting after section _ the following section:
"SECTION_. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, subject to appropriation, the executive office of public safety and security shall establish and administer a grant program to provide incentive grants to law enforcement departments for the training, evaluation and counseling of members with regard to civil rights and equal protection under federal, state and local law, and abuse of force."

Amendment 20

Accreditation

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting after section _ the following section:-
"SECTION_.Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, any entity in the commonwealth offering an accreditation process for law enforcement departments shall include in that process the evaluation and certification of policies regarding the protection of civil rights and equal protection under the United States Constitution and the Massachusetts Constitution and all federal, state, and local laws and regulations, and abuse of force."

Amendment 22

Residency Requirements

Messrs. Collins and Eldridge move to amend the bill by adding the following section:--
SECTION XX. Section 1. As used in this act, the following words shall have the following meanings:
“Residence,” the actual principal residence of the individual where he or she normally eats and sleeps and maintains his or her normal personal and household effects.
Section 2. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, any person seeking original appointment to the position of police officer or firefighter in the City of Boston will have a preference if that person has had residence in the City of Boston for three (3) continuous years immediately prior to the date of that person’s respective Civil Service examination. Any person seeking original appointment to the position of police officer or firefighter in the City of Boston will not have a preference if that person has not had residence in the City of Boston for three (3) continuous years prior to the date of that person’s respective Civil Service examination.
Section 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

            Amendment 23

Public Safety Agencies Employment

Messrs. Collins, Eldridge and Moore move to amend the bill by adding the following section:--
"SECTION XX. Section 1. Notwithstanding any general or special law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the police and fire departments of the Massachusetts Port Authority, and of all state colleges and universities shall not require candidates for employment to have prior training through the state fire academy or the state police academy and may send recruits to said academies after hiring."

Amendment 25

Training and Certification for School Resource Officers

Messrs. Boncore, Brady, Eldridge, Welch, Crighton and Collins and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill by adding, at line 90, the phrase “and 116I”.; and
By adding the following new section at line 138:
SECTION X: Said chapter 6 is hereby further amended by inserting after section 116H the following section:
Section 116I. (a)The municipal police training committee shall establish and develop an in-service program designed to train School Resource Officers, as defined in Section 37 P of Chapter 71, in the following areas:

(i)         the ways in which legal standards regarding police interaction and arrest procedures differ for juveniles compared to adults
(ii)        child and adolescent cognitive development, which shall include instruction on common child and adolescent behaviors, actions and reactions as well as the impact of trauma, mental illness and developmental disabilities on child and adolescent development and behavior
(iii)       engagement and de-escalation tactics that are specifically effective with youth
(iv)       strategies for resolving conflict and diverting youth in lieu of making an arrest

(b)        The course of instruction, the learning and performance objectives, and the standards for training for shall be developed in consultation with experts on child and adolescent development and child trauma as well as educators and attorneys experienced in juvenile and education law.

And, further, by adding the following sentence at line 201:
“The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall have the power to issue a special certification for an individual acting as a School Resource Officer, as defined in Section 37 P of Chapter 71.”
And, further, by adding the following sentence at line 209:
“A person shall not be appointed as a School Resource Officer, as defined in Section 37P of Chapter 71, unless certified as such by the police officer standards and accreditation committee.”
And, further, by adding the following sentence at line 212:
“A person who completes a training program as prescribed by Section 116I of Chapter 6 shall be certified by the police officer standards and accreditation committee as a School Resource Officer.”

Redraft Amendment 26

Revocation or Non-Renewal of Certification

Messrs. Tarr, Velis and O'Connor move to amend the bill in SECTION 6, line 201 by adding after the word “inclusive” the following“; provided however, that any revocation or non renewal of any law enforcement officer’s certification shall be by a three-fourths vote of said committee’s members then voting.”.
Moves to further amend by striking in line 364 the word, “majority” and inserting in place thereof the following:-“three-fourths”

Amendment 27

Correctional Officers

Mr. Eldridge, Ms. Rausch, Mr. Barrett, Ms. Jehlen, Mr. Montigny and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill by inserting after the word "section”, in line 382, the following sentences:-
A county correctional facility shall not employ an officer whose certification is revoked. The department of correction shall not employ an officer whose certification is revoked.

Amendment 28

Removing offensive language against LGBTQ+ individuals

Ms. Chandler, Ms. Rausch, Messrs. Cyr, Eldridge and Lesser, Ms. Jehlen, Mr. Welch, Ms. Comerford, Messrs. Tarr, Feeney and Barrett move to amend the bill in section 57, by replacing the words “unnatural sexual intercourse” with the following words:- “other sexual conduct”.

            Redraft Amendment 30

Best practices for protest response

Ms. Chandler, Ms. Rausch, Mr. Eldridge, Ms. Jehlen and Mr. Tarr move to amend the bill in section 4, by striking out, in lines 127 and 128, the words “and (iv)” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “(iv) practices and techniques related to responding to mass gatherings or protests that shall emphasize de-escalation and minimizing the necessity for use of force; and (v)”; and
in section 15, by striking out, in line 460, the words “and (vii)” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “(vii) best practices for responding to mass gatherings or protests that shall emphasize de-escalation and minimizing the necessity for use of force; and (viii)”.

            Amendment 31

Banning Pretextual Traffic Stops

Ms. Chandler, Mr. Eldridge, Ms. Rausch and Ms. Jehlen move to amend the bill by adding the following section:-
“SECTION XX. Chapter 90 of the General Laws is hereby amended by adding the following new section:-
Section xx.
A) The following words shall have the following meanings:
“Pretextual traffic stop” – A traffic stop in which a reasonable law enforcement officer would not have made a stop without a pretextual motivation.
“Law enforcement officer”, a law enforcement officer as defined in section 220 of chapter 6.

B) No law enforcement officer shall engage in a pretextual traffic stop.

C) No law enforcement officer shall ask questions during a traffic stop that are not reasonably related to the purpose of the stop without independent justification.

D) No law enforcement officer shall search a vehicle or a person during a traffic stop unless that search is reasonably related to the purpose of the stop, without independent justification.

            Redraft Amendment 33

Military Grade Controlled Property Notification

Ms. Lovely and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill in section 38, in proposed subsection (k) of section 6B of chapter 29 of the General Laws, by adding the following sentence:- “The department of state police, the office of law enforcement of the executive office of energy and environmental affairs or the Massachusetts bay transportation authority police force shall file a report on any approval of an application for military grade controlled property or related funds or acquisition by transfer of military grade controlled property from a federal agency, describing the type of military grade controlled property acquired and the amount of funds expended on the acquisition, with the clerks of the senate and house of representatives, the joint committee on ways and means and the joint committee on public safety and homeland security.”; and
in section 39, in proposed subsection (a) of section 6B1/2 of chapter 29 of the General Laws, by adding the following sentence:- “The regional law enforcement council or multi-jurisdictional law enforcement agency shall file a report on any approval of an application for military grade controlled property or related funds or the acquisition by transfer of military grade controlled property from a federal agency, describing the type of military grade controlled property acquired and the amount of funds expended on the acquisition, with the clerks of the senate and house of representatives, the joint committee on ways and means and the joint committee on public safety and homeland security.”; and
in said section 39, in proposed subsection (c) of section 6B1/2 of chapter 29 of the General Laws, by adding the following sentence:- “The sheriff’s department shall file a report on any approval of an application for military grade controlled property or related funds or the acquisition by transfer of military grade controlled property from a federal agency, describing the type of military grade controlled property acquired and the amount of funds expended on the acquisition, with the clerks of the senate and house of representatives, the joint committee on ways and means and the joint committee on public safety and homeland security.”.

            Amendment 34

Body Camera Taskforce Notification

Ms. Lovely and Mr. Welch move to amend the bill by inserting after the word "security", in line 1372, the following words:- ", and the joint committee on the judiciary".

            Amendment 35

Stress Management for law enforcement

Messrs. Tarr, Velis, Welch and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting in SECTION 4 after clause (iv) the following new clause:-(v) practice and techniques for law enforcement officers for stress management and mental health.

            Amendment 36

Criminal Justice and Community Support Trust Fund

Ms. Friedman, Ms. Rausch, Messrs. Cyr, Eldridge, Feeney and Welch and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill by adding the following new section:-
“SECTION XX. Chapter 29 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after section 2CCCCC the following section:-
Section 2DDDDD. (a) There shall be a Criminal Justice and Community Support Trust Fund. The fund shall be administered by the commissioner of mental health, in consultation with the executive office of public safety and security. The fund shall consist of amounts credited to the fund from: (i) any appropriations, grants, gifts or other monies authorized by the general court or other parties and specifically designated to be credited to the fund; and (ii) any income derived from the investment of amounts credited to the fund. All amounts credited to the fund shall be used without further appropriation for the purpose of making grants to county and community-based jail diversion programs and community policing and behavioral health training initiatives. The grants shall be for: (1) the support of jail diversion programs for persons suffering from a mental illness or substance use disorder; (2) the development and provision of training for state, county and municipal law enforcement in evidence-based or evidence-informed mental health and substance use crisis response or alternative emergency response; (3) the creation of patient-focused ongoing community services for individuals who are frequent users of emergency departments and suffer from serious and persistent mental illness or substance use disorder; or (4) the planning and implementation of restoration centers to divert individuals suffering from mental illness or substance use disorder who interact with law enforcement or the court system during a pre-arrest investigation or the pre-adjudication process from lock-up facilities and hospital emergency departments to appropriate treatment. Any unexpended balance in the fund at the close of a fiscal year shall remain in the fund and shall be available for expenditure in subsequent fiscal years.
Annually, not later than March 1, the commissioner of mental health shall issue a report to the clerks of the senate and house of representatives, the joint committee on mental health, substance use and recovery, the joint committee on public safety and homeland security and the senate and house committees on ways and means on the fund activities including, but not limited to, amounts credited to the fund, amounts expended from the fund and any unexpended balance.”

Amendment 37

Transitional Assistance for Wrongfully Convicted Persons

Ms. Jehlen, Ms. Rausch and Mr. Eldridge move to amend the bill by adding the following new section:- 
“SECTION XX. Chapter 258D of the General Laws, is hereby amended by adding the following section to the end of said chapter:-

Section 11. Transitional Assistance for Erroneously Convicted Persons
(A). For purposes of this section, an erroneously convicted person is an individual
(1) who meets the requirements of section 1(B), or
(i) whose felony conviction has been vacated by a judge under Massachusetts Rule of Criminal Procedure 30, resulting in dismissal of the felony charge (s) for which he or she was incarcerated or following a determination that the person is entitled to release on his or her own recognizance or to bail pending retrial or pending appeal.
(B). The Department of Probation shall provide to an erroneously convicted person
(i) $5000 in transitional financial assistance upon release from incarceration, and
(ii) An offer of transitional assistance and services for the erroneously convicted person’s physical and mental health needs.  Such assistance and services shall be offered within one week of the individual’s release from incarceration and again within 30 days of release from incarceration.  Such assistance and services shall be provided for a period of not less than six months and not more than one year from the date of release from incarceration  unless additional services and assistance are included as part of a court order or settlement pursuant to section 5 above.”

            Redraft Amendment 38

Public Comment and Hearings

Messrs. Barrett and Eldridge and Ms. Rausch move to amend the bill in section 38, by inserting after the word “respectively”, in line 751, the following words:- "; provided, however, that such approval shall not be granted until the approving agency holds a public hearing and solicits written public comment on the application"; and
in section 39, by inserting after the word “security”, in line 779, the following words:- "; provided, however, that such approval shall not be granted until the secretary holds a public hearing and solicits written public comment on the application".

            Amendment 39

Latinx Commission

Mr. Boncore, Ms. Rausch, Messrs. Cyr, Eldridge and Welch, Ms. Moran, Messrs. Crighton, Tarr and Collins and Ms. Chang-Diaz move to amend the bill by inserting in place at the end thereof the following new section:-
SECTION 1. Chapter 3 of the General Laws is hereby amended by adding the following section:-
Section 73. (a) There shall be a permanent commission on the status of Latinxs. The commission shall consist of: 3 persons appointed by the governor; 3 persons appointed by the president of the senate from a list of not less than 5 nominees from the Massachusetts Black & Latino Legislative Caucus; and 3 persons appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives from a list of not less than 5 nominees provided by the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus. Members of the commission shall be residents of the commonwealth who have demonstrated a commitment to the Latinx community. Members shall be considered special state employees for purposes of chapter 268A.
(b) Members shall serve terms of 3 years and until their successors are appointed. Vacancies in the membership of the commission shall be filled by the original appointing authority for the balance of the unexpired term. Nominations for members shall be solicited by the appointing authorities between August 1 and September 16 of each year through an open application process using a uniform application that is widely distributed throughout the state.
(c) The commission shall annually elect from among its members a chair, a vice chair, a treasurer and any other officers it considers necessary. The members of the commission shall receive no compensation for their services; provided, however, that members shall be reimbursed for any usual and customary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.
(d) The commission shall be a resource to the commonwealth on issues affecting Latinx communities. It shall be a primary function of the commission to make policy recommendations, based on research and analysis, to the general court and executive agencies that: (i) ensure Latinxs equitably benefit from and have access to government services in the same manner as other citizens of the commonwealth; (ii) amend laws, policies and practices that have benefited citizens of the commonwealth to the exclusion of Latinxs; and (iii) promote solutions that address the impact of discrimination against Latinxs. In furtherance of that responsibility, the commission shall:

(1) promote research and be a clearinghouse and source of information on issues pertaining to Latinxs in the commonwealth;
(2) inform the public and leaders of business, education, human services, health care, judiciary, state and local governments and the communications media of the unique cultural, social, ethnic, economic and educational issues affecting Latinxs in the commonwealth;
(3) foster unity among Latinx communities and organizations in the commonwealth by promoting cooperation and sharing of information and encouraging collaboration and joint activities;
(4) serve as a liaison between government and private interest groups with regard to matters of unique interest and concern to Latinxs in the commonwealth;
(5) identify and recommend qualified Latinxs for appointive positions at all levels of government, including boards and commissions, as the commission considers necessary and appropriate;
(6) assess programs and practices in all state agencies as they affect Latinxs, as the commission considers necessary and appropriate;
(7) advise executive agencies and the general court on the potential effect on Latinxs of proposed legislation, as the commission considers necessary and appropriate; and
(8) generally undertake activities designed to enable the commonwealth to realize the full benefit of the skills, talents and cultural heritage of Latinxs in the commonwealth.

(e) The commission shall annually, on or before June 2, report the results of its findings and activities of the preceding year and its recommendations to the governor and to the clerks of the senate and house of representatives.
(f) The powers of the commission shall include, but not be limited, to:

(1) to use the voluntary and uncompensated services of private individuals, agencies and organizations that may from time to time be offered and needed, including provision of meeting places and refreshments;
(2) to hold regular, public meetings and to hold fact-finding hearings and other public forums as it considers necessary;
(3) to direct a staff to perform its duties;
(4) to establish and maintain offices that it considers necessary, subject to appropriation;
(5) to enact by-laws for its own governance that are not inconsistent with any general or special law; and
(6) to recommend policies and make recommendations to agencies and officers of the state and local subdivisions of government to effectuate the purposes of subsection (d).

(g) The commission may request from all state agencies whatever information and assistance the commission requires.
(h) The commission may accept and solicit funds, including any gifts, donations, grants, or bequests, or any federal funds for any of the purposes of this section. These funds shall be deposited in a separate account with the state treasurer, be received by the treasurer on behalf of the commonwealth, and be expended by the commission in accordance with law.
(i) The commission staff shall consist of an executive director, employees, and volunteers who assist the commission in effecting its statutory duties. The commission shall appoint the executive director for a term of 3 years.

            Amendment 40

Sheriff representation on the community policing and behavioral health advisory council

Ms. Friedman, Messrs. Eldridge, Velis and Welch and Ms. Moran move to amend the bill in section 16, by inserting after the word "Incorporated", in line 475, the following words:- ; a sheriff appointed by the Massachusetts' Sheriffs Association who has experience developing and implementing a crisis intervention facility model

            2nd Redraft Amendment 41

Protecting children by ensuring age-appropriate and developmentally-appropriate law enforcement action

Ms. Friedman, Ms. Rausch, Messrs. Cyr, Eldridge, Welch and Montigny and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill in section 4, by inserting after the word "procedures", in line 118, the following words:- “, including developmentally appropriate de-escalation and disengagement tactics, techniques and procedures and other alternatives to the use of force for minor children,”.

            Amendment 42

CPCS Seat on POSAC Board

Mr. Eldridge moves to amend the bill by striking the word, "13", in line 165, and inserting in its place the following word:- "14";
and further by inserting after the phrase, "Lawyers for Civil Rights, Inc.", in line 178, the following:- "1 of whom shall be nominated by the chief counsel of the Committee for Public Counsel Services,".

            Redraft Amendment 43

POSAC and MPTC Membership

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting after SECTION 2  the following::-
SECTION_section 116 of chapter 6 is hereby amended by inserting at the end of the first sentence after  word "designee" the following:-"the commissioner of the Massachusetts commission against discrimination and the chair of police officer standards and accreditation committee
moves to further amend by striking in line 165 the number, "13" and inserting in place thereof the following number, "15"
moves to further amend in line 172 by striking the number “1” and inserting in place thereof the number “2”
moves to further amend in line 180 by inserting after the word, "caucus" the following:-"1 of whom shall be a member of the Massachusetts district attorneys association "
moves to further amend in line 182 by inserting after the word "interaction" the following:- "1 of whom shall be the executive director of the municipal police training committee"

Amendment 44

Missing children's training

Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Welch and Tarr move to amend the bill by adding in section 5, after the words "programs prescribed by chapter 22C." in line 137, the following :-

The executive office of public safety and security shall develop a guide entitled the Massachusetts policy and procedures for missing and abducted children investigations that shall establish comprehensive minimum standards for law enforcement agencies in the commonwealth. Such agencies shall reference the guide and implement the policy and procedures in agency practices and the training of law enforcement officers.

The executive office shall reference, but shall not be limited to, the law enforcement policy and procedures for reports of missing and abducted children, developed by The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The executive office shall ensure that policies promulgated are comprehensive and inclusive to different categories of missing children, including, but not limited to, children under 10 years of age, children under 17 years of age, children with mental and physical limitations and dependent adults with mental and physical limitations.

The municipal police training committee shall include in their 2020 training year, a mandatory 2-hour in-service training program for veteran police officers on the Massachusetts policy and procedures for missing and abducted children investigations. The municipal police training committee shall include training on the Massachusetts policy and procedures for missing and abducted children investigations for new police officers attending the police academy.

The executive office of public safety and security shall ensure internal policies and the missing child clearinghouse intake form to reflect the Massachusetts policy and procedures for missing and abducted children investigations. The missing child clearinghouse intake form shall be available in, but not limited to, the following languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Chinese, Haitian Creole, Vietnamese, Russian, German, Albanian, Khmer or Cambodian.

            Amendment 45

Police officer standards and accreditation committee representative from a community of fewer than 12,000 people

Ms. Gobi and Mr. Tarr move to amend the bill in line 173 by adding after the word "sergeant" the following words :- "from a community of less than 12,000 residents".

            Amendment 46

Intervention

Mr. Moore, Ms. Moran, Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill in section 55, by striking subsection (c) of new section 3, and replacing it with the following new subsection:-
(c) an officer who has a duty to intervene and fails to do so may be held liable under sections 11H and 11I of chapter 12, jointly and severally with any officer who used unreasonable force for any injuries or death caused by such officer’s unreasonable use of force.

            Amendment 47

POSAC Chief Specifications

Messrs. Moore, Velis and Welch, Ms. Moran and Mr. O'Connor move to amend the bill in Section 6, by striking the first paragraph of new section 221, and replacing it with the following paragraph:-
“Section 221. There shall be an independent police officer standards and accreditation committee within the executive office of public safety and security consisting of: 14 members appointed by the governor, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the colonel of the state police, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the commissioner of the Massachusetts bay transportation authority police force, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the commissioner of police of the city of Boston, 1 of whom shall be a police chief of a police department serving a community of less than 50,000 people, nominated by the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association Incorporated, 1 of whom shall be a chief of police of a police department outside of the Boston metropolitan area, serving a community of more than 150,000 people, nominated by the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association Incorporated, 1 of whom shall be a law enforcement officer nominated by the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers, Inc., 1 of whom shall be a law enforcement officer below the rank of sergeant, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Inc., 1 of whom shall be nominated by the Boston branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference, 1 of whom shall be nominated by a Massachusetts branch, other than the Boston branch, of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference, 1 of whom shall be nominated by the Lawyers for Civil Rights, Inc., 1 of whom shall be a retired judge and 2 of whom may be selected from a list of not less than 5 non-law enforcement individuals nominated by the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus; and 1 member appointed by the attorney general who is affiliated with an organization that advocates on behalf of communities that have disproportionately high instances of police interaction; provided, however, that non-law enforcement members shall have experience with or expertise in law enforcement practice and training, criminal law, civil rights law, the criminal justice system or social science fields related to race or bias. Appointments to the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall be for terms of 3 years and until their successors are appointed. Vacancies in the membership of the committee shall be filled by the original appointing authority for the balance of the unexpired term. Members of the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall be compensated for work performed for the police officer standards and accreditation committee at such rate as the secretary of administration and finance shall determine, and shall be reimbursed for their expenses necessarily incurred in the performance of their duties."

            Redraft Amendment 48

State Police Colonel

Mr. Rush, Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Brady, Velis, Fattman, Tran and Welch move to amend the bill by striking out SECTION 18 in its entirety and inserting in place thereof the following section:-
“SECTION 18.  Said section 3 of said chapter 22C, as so appearing, is hereby further amended by striking the section its entirety and inserting in place thereof the following:-
Section 3. The colonel, or the superintendent as provided in this section, shall be the executive and administrative head of the department and shall have charge of the administration and organization thereof. The colonel or superintendent may, subject to the approval of the governor and the secretary of public safety and except as otherwise provided, organize such divisions, bureaus, sections and units as the colonel or superintendent deems necessary for the effective management of the department and, when the colonel or superintendent deems necessary for such purpose, may abolish or consolidate such divisions, bureaus, sections or units. The colonel or superintendent shall, except as otherwise provided, direct all inspections and investigations. The colonel or superintendent shall make all necessary rules and regulations for the government of the department, for reports to be made by employees of the department and for the performance of the duties of said employees. The colonel or superintendent shall make an annual report to the governor and the secretary of public safety. The colonel shall be appointed by the governor, upon the recommendation of the secretary of public safety and security, and shall be a person employed by the department in a rank above lieutenant immediately prior to such appointment; should the governor appoint a civilian superintendent from outside the department, that superintendent shall be superior to the colonel and take on all the powers and responsibilities afforded to the colonel under this chapter. The superintendent shall be qualified by training and experience to direct the work of the department; provided that, at the time of appointment, the superintendent shall have not less than 20 years of full-time experience as a sworn law enforcement officer and not less than 10 years of full-time experience in a senior administrative or supervisory position in a police force or a military body with law enforcement responsibilities; and further provided that such outside police force or military body be of a similar size and scope as the department.  Such appointment shall qualify the colonel to exercise all powers granted to a uniformed member under this chapter.  The superintendent and colonel shall serve at the pleasure of the governor and shall devote his or her full time during business hours to the duties of the office.”.

Amendment 49

Municipal Police Insurance

Mr. Rush and Ms. Moran move to amend the bill by inserting after section 73 the following section:-
"Section XX. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, notwithstanding the provisions of MGL chapter 32B or the provisions of 805 CMR 9.01 (3), the effective date of group insurance commission health coverage for Police Officers shall begin on the first day of employment."

            Amendment 50

Bystander Intervention

Messrs. Fattman and O'Connor move to amend the bill by striking out, in lines 1137 to 1138, the words “Any person in the commonwealth shall have a right to the intervention of officers in the circumstances described in this section.”

Amendment 51

POSAC

Mr. Fattman moves to amend the bill by striking out section 6 and inserting in place thereof the following section:-
SECTION 6.  Said chapter 6 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after section 219 the following 5 sections:-
Section 220.  For purposes of sections 220 through 224, the following terms shall have the following meanings:
“Appointing authority” shall mean the person or agency with authority to appoint a law enforcement officer.
“Law enforcement officer” or “officer” shall mean any person performing police functions or duties and appointed to: a municipal police department; the state police, the office of law enforcement within the executive office of environmental affairs; the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority transit police, the University of Massachusetts system police; or any person performing such functions and duties and appointed to serve as a special state police officer pursuant to sections 56 through 68 of chapter 22C, or as a deputy sheriff pursuant to section 3 of chapter 37.
“Municipal police training committee” or “MPTC” shall mean the committee established in section 116.
“National Decertification Index” shall mean the national registry of certificate or license revocation actions related to officer misconduct as reported by participating state government agencies.
“Police officer standards and accreditation committee” or “committee” shall mean the committee established in section 221.
“Sustained internal affairs complaint” shall mean a finding by an appointing authority that an officer has violated the appointing authority’s rules, policy, procedure, or committed other misconduct or improper action, based upon findings of fact resulting from an investigation conducted pursuant to the appointing authority’s formal process of internal control and discipline, and from which finding there is no further right to appeal within the appointing authority.
Section 221.  There shall be a police officer standards and accreditation committee within the executive office of public safety and security.  There shall be 14 members of said committee as follows: the colonel of state police or their designee, the commissioner of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority transit police or their designee, the commissioner of police of the city of Boston or their designee, 1 chief of police selected by the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, 1 law enforcement officer selected by the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers, 1 law enforcement officer below the rank of sergeant appointed by the Governor, 1 law enforcement officer of any rank appointed to a department in western Massachusetts appointed by the Governor, the attorney general or their designee, and 6 non-law enforcement individuals appointed by the Governor.  Not fewer than 7 of the members shall be from groups eligible under the definition of “minority business enterprise” appearing in section 58 of chapter 7.  All such appointments shall be for terms of 3 years with their successors appointed in a like manner.
The Governor shall appoint a chairperson of the committee.  The secretary of public safety and security shall appoint an executive director of the committee, with the approval of the Governor.  The position of executive director shall be classified in accordance with section 45 of chapter 30 and the salary shall be determined in accordance with section 46C of said chapter 30.
Section 222.  The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall have the power to certify, renew, revoke, or otherwise modify the certification of any law enforcement officer pursuant to sections 223 and 224.  The committee shall have the power to promulgate regulations pursuant to chapter 30A as necessary to implement sections 223 and 224.
Section 223.  (a)  No person shall be appointed as a law enforcement officer unless certified by the police officer standards and accreditation committee.
(b)  A person who completes an MPTC-certified academy or training program, or the training programs prescribed by chapter 22C, shall be certified by the police officer standards and accreditation committee.
(c) The committee shall maintain a database containing the following records for each law enforcement officer certified:

(1)  the dates of certification, renewal of certification, decertification, suspension of certification, or reprimand;
(2)  records of completion of training;
(3)  the date of any separation from employment with an appointing authority, and the nature of the separation, including but not limited to suspension, resignation, retirement, and termination.
(4)  the reason for any separation from employment, including but not limited to whether the separation was based on misconduct, or whether the separation occurred while the appointing authority was conducting an investigation of the certified individual for a violation of an appointing authority’s rules, policy, procedure, or other misconduct or improper action;
(5)  the date of any criminal conviction and the charge of conviction;
(6)  the date of any sustained internal affairs complaint, and the charge sustained.
All information in the database shall be made available to an appointing authority for the purpose of a background investigation for appointment as a law enforcement officer, and the committee shall set standards for such background investigation for appointments subsequent to the initial appointment.  The information in the database shall be a public record as defined in clause twenty-sixth of section 7 of chapter 4.
The MPTC shall report to the committee the information described in paragraph (2).  Each appointing authority shall report to the committee the information described in paragraphs (3) through (6).  The committee shall prescribe the manner, form, and frequency with which this information shall be provided by the MPTC and each appointing authority.

(d)  The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall determine the form and manner of issuance of a certification.  A certification shall expire three years after the date of issuance.
(e)  Each person who is certified as a law enforcement officer shall, prior to the date of expiration of the certification, renew the certification for the ensuing 3-year period by demonstrating satisfactory completion, over the preceding 3-year period, of 120 total hours of in-service training approved by the MPTC or prescribed pursuant to chapter 22C.  The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall permit law enforcement officers who have not completed the required in-service training to maintain their certification for good cause shown and upon demonstration by the officer of approval by the MPTC of both a plan for the completion of the in-service training hours and the reasonable amount of time in which to do so.
Section 224. (a)  The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall revoke a certification if:

(1)  The certification was issued by administrative error;
(2)  The certification was obtained through misrepresentation or fraud;
(3)  The certified officer falsified any document in order to obtain or renew any certification;
(4)  The certified officer has had a certification or other authorization revoked by another jurisdiction on grounds which would authorize revocation under the provisions of this section;
(5)  The certified officer is convicted of a felony;
(6)  The certified officer is found not guilty of a felony by reason of lack of criminal responsibility;
(7)  The certified officer is terminated based upon intentional conduct performed under the color of office to: obtain false confessions; make a false arrest; create or use falsified evidence, including false testimony or destroying evidence to create a false impression; engage in conduct that would constitute a hate crime as defined in section 32 of chapter 22C; or directly or indirectly receive a reward, gift, or gratuity on account of his or her official services;
(8)  The certified officer is convicted of a misdemeanor which would render that officer ineligible for a license to carry a firearm under section 131 of chapter 140;
(9)  The certified officer has a sustained internal affairs complaint based upon conduct consisting of:

(i)  Excessive use of force involving the use of a lateral vascular neck restraint or similar chokehold that restricts free movement of the neck and head;
(ii)  Failing to stop, or to attempt to stop, another law enforcement officer from applying excessive force in the presence of the certified officer;
(iii)  Excessive use of force resulting in serious bodily injury, as defined in section 13K of chapter 265;
(iv)  Conduct that would constitute a hate crime, as defined in section 32 of chapter 22C;
(v)  Intimidation of a witness, as defined in section 13B of chapter 268;
(vi)  Tampering with a record for use in an official proceeding, as defined in section 13E of chapter 268;
(vi)  Perjury, as defined in section 1 of chapter 268; or
(vii) Files a written police report containing a false statement, knowing the statement to be materially false.

(b)  The committee may revoke a certification if:

(1)  The certified officer has been convicted of any misdemeanor; or
(2)  The certified officer has repeated sustained internal affairs complaints, for the same or different offenses.

(c)  The committee may require an appointing authority to provide information reasonably necessary to determine whether to initiate revocation proceedings.
(d)  The committee shall conduct revocation proceedings and hearings, and promulgate regulations for such proceedings and hearings, pursuant to chapter 30A.  Any revocation hearing shall take place before a panel of the committee composed of 7 members as follows:

(i)  3 members of the committee who are police officers, selected by the chairperson.
(ii)  3 members of the committee who are not police officers, selected by the chairperson.
(iii)  1 member of the bargaining unit to which the officer who is the subject of the revocation hearing belongs, selected by that officer.  The chairperson shall select a member of the committee if the officer does not select a representative or does not belong to a bargaining unit.

Not fewer than 3 of the committee members serving on the panel shall be from groups eligible under the definition of “minority business enterprise” appearing in section 58 of chapter 7.

(e)  The committee shall revoke a certification upon a finding by a preponderance of the evidence, by majority vote of the hearing panel, of any grounds set forth in paragraphs (1) through (9) of subsection (a).  Any decision under this subsection shall be appealable pursuant to chapter 30A.
(f)  The committee may revoke or suspend a certification, or issue a reprimand, upon a finding by a preponderance of the evidence, by majority vote of a hearing panel, of any grounds set forth in paragraphs (1) or (2) of subsection (b) and that there is good cause to revoke or suspend a certification or to issue a reprimand.  The committee may set conditions including the completion of additional training if a certification is suspended or a reprimand is issued.  Any decision under this subsection shall be appealable pursuant to chapter 30A.
(g)  No adverse action taken against a certification by the committee pursuant to this section shall be appealable to the civil service commission established under chapter 31.  No employment action taken by an appointing authority that results from a revocation by the committee pursuant to subsection (a) shall be appealable to the civil service commission established under chapter 31.
(h)  The committee shall publish any revocation and findings.  The committee shall provide revocation information to the National Decertification Index.  No officer may apply for certification after that officer’s certification has been revoked pursuant to this section.

Amendment 53

Data Collection

Ms. Gobi moves to amend the bill by striking out SECTION 52 in its entirety.

            Amendment 54

Decertification Standards

Messrs. Moore, Brady, Pacheco, Tarr, O'Connor and Timilty move to amend the bill in section 6, by striking subsection (e) of new section 225, and replacing it with the following new subsection:-
"(e) The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall revoke a certification upon a finding by clear and convincing evidence, by a vote of two thirds of the hearing panel, of any grounds set forth in clauses (i) to (ix), inclusive, of subsection (a). A decision under this subsection shall be appealable pursuant to chapter 30A."

            Amendment 55

            Revocation of an officers certification

Messrs. Tarr, Pacheco and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting line 349 after the word, "misdemeanor" the following:-"punishable by a sentence of six months or more in a state prison or house of correction"
moves to further amend in line 1226 after the word, "misdemeanor" the following:-", punishable by a sentence of six months or more in a state prison or house of correction

Amendment 56

Section 12 Restraint

Messrs. Moore, Brady, Pacheco, Tarr, O'Connor and Timilty move to amend the bill in section 55, by striking subsection (b) of new section 2 and replacing it with the following new subsection:-
“(b) A law enforcement officer shall not use physical force upon another person unless deescalation tactics have been attempted and failed or are not feasible based on the totality of the circumstances and such force is necessary to: (i) effect the lawful arrest of a person; (ii) prevent the escape from custody of a person; (iii) prevent imminent harm and the amount of force used is proportional to the threat of imminent harm; or (iv) to restrain or subdue a person pursuant to section 12 of chapter 123 of the general laws."

Amendment 57

Required Accreditation

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting after section _ the following new section:
Section X: Not later than 5 years following the passage of this act all law enforcement departments established  pursuant to the general laws shall achieve at a minimum the level of accreditation known as “certification,” as defined by the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission, or its equivalent, provided, however, that the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security may issue a waiver from this provision for a period of not more than three years based on an application for such a waiver,  accompanied by supporting documentation evidencing the need for such a waiver.
Upon receiving any form of accreditation a law enforcement department shall notify the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security of such status in writing within 30 days, and such information shall be entered into a publicly searchable database established and maintained for the purpose of maintaining such information in a centralized location, and identifying each department in the Commonwealth by level and status of accreditation.

Amendment 58

Clarifying the Definition of Choke Hold

Mr. Welch and Ms. Jehlen move to amend the bill by striking, in line 1063, the following words:- “with the intent of or with the result of causing unconsciousness or death".

            Redraft Amendment 59

Ensuring POSAC database transparency

Ms. Rausch and Mr. Eldridge move to amend the bill in section 2, by striking out, in line 75, the words "records describing" and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “the information contained in the database required in subsection (c) of section 223 of chapter 6 or”.

            Amendment 60

Constable Reform

Mr. Eldridge moves to amend the bill by inserting after section 73 the following sections:-
SECTION XX. Section 10C of Chapter 21A of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “and constables, except for the service of civil process” as they appear in lines 9 and 10.
SECTION XX. Section 10 of Chapter 22C of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constables, except the service of civil process, and of” and the words “and watchmen” as they appear in lines 7 and 8.
SECTION XX. Section 54 of Chapter 22C of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “Constables,” as it appears in line 1.
SECTION XX. Section 57 of Chapter 22C of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constables and” as they appear in line 14.
SECTION XX. Section 20 of Chapter 30A of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable or other” as it appears in subsection (g), and inserting the word “police” in place thereof.
SECTION XX. Section 13 of Chapter 34 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constables” as they appear in line 6.
SECTION XX. Section 13 of Chapter 34 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting the word “or” before the words “a deputy sheriff”.
SECTION XX. Section 17 of Chapter 39 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable or any other person” as they appear in line 6, and inserting the words “police officer” in place thereof.
SECTION XX. Section 37 of Chapter 40 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constables” as it appears in line 2.
SECTION XX. Section 91B of Chapter 41 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “upon request give the appointing authority all possible assistance in making such investigation.” as they appear in line 14, and inserting the following in place thereof: “conduct a background investigation of the applicant, said investigation to include a review of the applicant's criminal history, if any, to include a review of the applicant's criminal record in all other states by the submission of a full set of the applicant's fingerprints pursuant to Sections 168, 172 and 28 U.S.C. Section 534. The Secretary of Public Safety shall have the authority to promulgate regulations regarding constables."
SECTION XX. Section 94 of Chapter 41 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “and warrants and processes in criminal cases, although their town, parish, religious society or district is a party or interested. They shall have the powers of sheriffs to require aid in the execution of their duties. They shall take due notice of and prosecute all violations of law respecting the observance of the Lord's day, profane swearing and illegal gaming.”
SECTION XX. Section 95 of Chapter 41 of the General Laws is hereby repealed in its entirety.
SECTION XX. Section 98 of Chapter 41 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “shall have all the powers and duties of constables except serving and executing civil process. They” as they appear in lines 2 and 3.
SECTION XX. Section 99 of Chapter 41 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constables and” and the words “except as to the service of civil process,” as they appear in lines 10 through 12.
SECTION XX. Section 101 of Chapter 41 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constables and” as they appear in line 7.
SECTION XX. Section 25B of Chapter 54 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constables” as they appear in subsection (p).
SECTION XX. Section 66 of Chapter 54 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 10.
SECTION XX. Section 71 of Chapter 54 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable or other person” as they appear in lines 7 and 8.
SECTION XX. Section 72 of Chapter 54 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 3.
SECTION XX. Section 74 of Chapter 54 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable or other person” as they appear in line 4 and 5.
SECTION XX. Section 75 of Chapter 54 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 3.
SECTION XX. Section 107 of Chapter 54 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 23.
SECTION XX. Section 8 of Chapter 64C of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 23.
SECTION XX. Section 16 of Chapter 67 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “a constable or by” as they appear in line 2.
SECTION XX. Section 19 of Chapter 85 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 7.
SECTION XX. Section 1 of Chapter 90 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable or other” as they appear in the definition of “Police Officer”.
SECTION XX. Section 32D of Chapter 90 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable or” as they appear in line 12.
SECTION XX. Section 40 of Chapter 90 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “of constables, except the service of civil process, and” as they appear in the fourth paragraph.
SECTION XX. Section 27 of Chapter 91 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 12.
SECTION XX. Section 32 of Chapter 101 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constables and” as they appear in line 3.
SECTION XX. Section 9 of Chapter 111 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “and constables except the power to serve civil process” as they appear in lines 11 and 12. 81 SECTION XX. Section 96 of Chapter 111 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or to any constable” as they appear in line 2.
SECTION XX. Section 99 of Chapter 111 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 5, and inserting the words “police officer” in place thereof.
SECTION XX. Section 131 of Chapter 111 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or to any constable of such town,” as they appear in line 10.
SECTION XX. Section 171 of Chapter 111 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 6.
SECTION XX. Section 84 of Chapter 119 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “Constable or” and “Constable of” as they appear in lines 8 and 48, respectively.
SECTION XX. Section 13 of Chapter 120 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 5.
SECTION XX. Section 46 of Chapter 128 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constables” as they appear in line 5.
SECTION XX. Section 6 of Chapter 129 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constables” as it appears in line 1.
SECTION XX. Section 7 of Chapter 132A of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “of constables, except service of civil process, and” as they appear in the second paragraph and the words “of constables” and the words “except service of civil process” as they appear in the third paragraph.
SECTION XX. Section 1 of Chapter 133 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 5.
SECTION XX. Section 22 of Chapter 138 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable” and “policeman” as they appear in line 46 and inserting the words “police officer” in place thereof.
SECTION XX. Section 30F of Chapter 138 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 6.
SECTION XX. Section 42 of Chapter 138 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 11.
SECTION XX. Section 46 of Chapter 138 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 3.
SECTION XX. Section 48 of Chapter 138 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 6.
SECTION XX. Section 56 of Chapter 138 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 3.
SECTION XX. Section 152 of Chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 1.
SECTION XX. Section 153 of Chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 6 and inserting the words “animal control officer” in place thereof.
SECTION XX. Section 158 of Chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 1.
SECTION XX. Section 164 of Chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 6.
SECTION XX. Section 167 of Chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in the third sentence and inserting the words “animal control officer” in place thereof.
SECTION XX. Section 167 of Chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the fourth sentence in its entirety and in place thereof, inserting the following sentence: “Notwithstanding the foregoing, a police officer or animal control officer may, in the officer's discretion, hold any such dog for not more than 7 days.”
SECTION XX. Section 167 of Chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in the fifth sentence and inserting the words “animal control officer” in place thereof.
SECTION XX. Section 201 of Chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “a constable” as they appear in line 1.
SECTION XX. Section 2 of Chapter 147 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “of constables, police officers and watchmen, except as to the service of civil process” as they appears in lines 2 and 3 and inserting “of police officers” in place thereof.
SECTION XX. Section 31 of Chapter 147 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “and constables” as they appear in lines 7 and 8.
SECTION XX. Section 94 of Chapter 159 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constables” as they appear in line 7.
SECTION XX. Section 14 of Chapter 159B of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constables, except the service of civil processes, and of” as they appear in line 6.
SECTION XX. Section 220 of Chapter 160 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constables” as it appears in line 8.
SECTION XX. Section 1 of Chapter 257 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or constable” as they appear in line 4.
SECTION XX. Section 53 of Chapter 262 of the General Laws is hereby repealed in its entirety.
SECTION XX. Section 120 of Chapter 266 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 15.
SECTION XX. Section 120E of Chapter 266 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 27.
SECTION XX. Section 131 of Chapter 266 of the General Laws is hereby repealed in its entirety.
SECTION XX. Section 133 of Chapter 266 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constables” as it appears in line 13.
SECTION XX. Section 30 of Chapter 267 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 7.
SECTION XX. Section 24 of Chapter 268 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable” and “or watchman” as they appear in lines 2 and 3, and inserting the word “or” before the words “police officer” as they appear in line 2.
SECTION XX. Section 26 of Chapter 268 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 5.
SECTION XX. Section 2 of Chapter 271 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 11.
SECTION XX. Section 6 of Chapter 271 of the General Laws is hereby repealed in its entirety.
SECTION XX. Section 23 of Chapter 271 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 13.
SECTION XX. Section 9 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 9.
SECTION XX. Section 54 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 4.
SECTION XX. Section 65 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby repealed in its entirety.
SECTION XX. Section 67 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby repealed in its entirety.
SECTION XX. Section 69 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby repealed in its entirety.
SECTION XX. Section 70 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 1, and inserting the world “or” before the words “deputy sheriff” as they appear in line 1.
SECTION XX. Section 83 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 7.
SECTION XX. Section 84 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 1.
SECTION XX. Section 88 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 10.
SECTION XX. Section 2 of Chapter 276 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “constable or” as they appear in line 6.
SECTION XX. Section 2A of Chapter 276 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the words “or any constable” as they appear in line 6.
SECTION XX. Section 38 of Chapter 279 of the General Laws is hereby amended by deleting the word “constable” as it appears in line 1, and inserting the words “police officer” before the words “, when engaged in the execution”.

Amendment 61

Establishing Trust Between Students and School Resource Officers

Mr. Welch moves to amend the bill by adding the following section:-
“Section XX. Section 37P of chapter 71 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2018 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting in section b after the first paragraph the following paragraph:-
For every school resource officer assigned by the chief of police to serve a city, town, commonwealth charter school, regional school district or county agricultural school, the superintendent subject to appropriation shall recruit a social worker licensed under chapter 112 section 132, to foster trust between the resource officer and the student population by providing counseling, emotional support services and violence prevention programming to students”.

            Amendment 62

Chokehold in self-defense

Messrs. Tran and Tarr move to amend the bill by inserting in line 1100 after the word, "hold" the following:-", unless the officer reasonably believes that their life is in immediate jeopardy of imminent death or serious bodily injury"

            Amendment 63

Law Enforcement Training in Relation to Victims and Witnesses

Messrs. Welch and Tarr move to amend the bill by adding, in section 4, line 121, after the word “individuals,” the following words:-
“trauma-informed approach to victim and witness response services to better understand the experience of victims and witnesses”.

            Redraft Amendment 64

Relative to Facial Recognition

Ms. Creem, Messrs. Barrett and Cyr, Ms. Rausch, Ms. Jehlen, Messrs. Lewis, Welch and Montigny move to amend the bill by inserting in line 1387 after the word "inclusive" the following words"or until 6 months following the issuance of the report required in paragraph (c) whichever is later,

            Amendment 65

Banning tear gas and other chemical weapons

Ms. Rausch, Mr. Eldridge and Ms. Jehlen move to amend the bill in section 55, in line 1109, by striking out the word “weapon,” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “weapon. A law enforcement officer shall not”; and in lines 1113-24 by striking out the words “tear gas or other chemical weapon” each time they appear; and in line 1115 by striking out the words “tear gas or any other chemical weapon”.

            Amendment 66

Teaching of the history of racism

Mr. Tran moves to amend the bill by inserting after section _ the following new section:-
"SECTION_. Chapter 6 Section 116G (b) (iv) as inserted by this act shall apply to the members of the general court"

            Amendment 67

Choke Hold Definition

Mr. Eldridge, Ms. Rausch and Ms. Jehlen move to amend the bill by striking out, in lines 1063-1064, the words, "in a manner that limits the person’s breathing or blood flow with the intent of or with the result of causing unconsciousness or death".

            Redraft Amendment 68

Collective Bargaining

Mr. Tran moves to amend the bill by inserting after section _ the following:-
"SECTION_Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, this act shall not apply to any current collective bargaining agreements"

Amendment 69

Reporting Requirement

Ms. DiZoglio and Mr. Eldridge move to amend the bill by striking out, in line 1117, the words “police office standards and accreditation committee”, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- municipal police training committee.
And further moves to amend by striking out, in lines 1120 and 1122, the words “police officer standards and accreditation committee”, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- municipal police training committee.

Amendment 70

Exemption for Imminent Harm

Messrs. Moore, Velis and O'Connor move to amend the bill in section 65, by striking subsection (b) and replacing it with the following new subsection:-
"(b) From the effective date of this act until December 31, 2021, inclusive, an agency, executive office, department, board, commission, bureau, division or authority of the commonwealth or a political subdivision thereof, or any agent, contractor or subcontractor thereof, shall not acquire, possess, access or use any biometric surveillance system or any information derived from a biometric surveillance system operated by another entity; provided, however, that this paragraph shall not apply to the: (i) acquisition, possession or use of facial recognition technology by the registrar of motor vehicles for the purposes of verifying a person’s identity when issuing licenses, permits or other documents under chapter 90 of the General Laws; (ii) acquisition and possession of facial recognition technology by the department of the state police’s Commonwealth Fusion Center and use of that technology for the purposes of preventing criminal activity, threats to public safety, and terrorist activity that pose imminent harm; (iii) acquisition or possession of personal electronic devices, such as a cell phone or tablet, that uses facial recognition technology for the sole purpose of user authentication; (iv) acquisition, possession or use of automated video or image redaction software if such software does not have the capability of performing facial recognition or other remote biometric recognition; or (v) the receipt of evidence related to the investigation of a crime derived from a biometric surveillance system if such evidence was not knowingly solicited by or obtained with the assistance of the agency, executive office, department, board, commission, bureau, division or authority of the commonwealth or a political subdivision thereof, or any agent, contractor or subcontractor thereof.
Except in a judicial proceeding alleging a violation of this subsection, information obtained in violation of this subsection shall not be admissible in any criminal, civil, administrative or other proceeding."

            Redraft Amendment 71

Technical Corrections to Traffic and Pedestrian Stop Data Collection

Ms. Chang-Diaz and Mr. Eldridge move to amend the bill in line 957 by striking out the following words:- "who receive a warning or citation or who are arrested, including the"

And in line 957 by inserting in place thereof the following:- “including the perceived”

And in line 1006 to 1009 by striking the words “The secretary shall, in consultation with the attorney general, mandate implicit bias training using best practices for a law enforcement agency if the annual analysis and report suggest that a law enforcement agency appears to have engaged in racial or other profiling” and inserting in place thereof the following:- “The secretary shall, in consultation with the attorney general, mandate an appropriate intervention or corrective action if the annual analysis and report suggest that a law enforcement agency appears to have engaged in racial or other profiling”.

            Amendment 72

Grant program for municipalities

Messrs. Tran and Tarr move to amend the bill by inserting after section _ the following new section:-
"SECTION_ Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary and subject to appropriation the executive office of public safety and security shall implement a grant program to assist municipalities with the costs of the implementation of this act"

Amendment 73

Suffolk County House of Corrections

Messrs. Rush, Moore and Welch move to amend the bill by inserting after section 73 the following section:-
"SECTION XX. Section 34 of chapter 40 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2014 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the first sentence and inserting in place thereof the following sentence:
Unless a member of a regional lockup facility, a city or town containing more than five thousand inhabitants shall, and any other town may, maintain a secure and convenient lockup to which a person arrested without a warrant may be committed; and a magistrate may commit, for further examination, a prisoner charged with a bailable offense and not recognizing, to the lockup in the town where the prisoner was arrested, to any regional lockup of which that town is a member, or to the lockup in a town where the court is held, if he considers it safe and commodious and that expense may be saved thereby.

Section 35 of chapter 40, as so appearing, is hereby amended by inserting after the first paragraph the following paragraph:
Notwithstanding the foregoing paragraph, if there is a county regional lock-up facility, the sheriff of that county shall be responsible for the appointment of the administrator of the lock-up facility who shall serve for such term as the sheriff shall determine and who can be terminated from such position with or without cause at the sole discretion of the sheriff. Written notice of same shall be filed with the county commissioners and the clerk of each member city or town. The administrator of the regional lock-up facility shall have all the powers and duties of a keeper of the lock-up.

Section 36B of chapter 40, as so appearing, is hereby amended by inserting after the word “town,” in the first sentence, the following word:- , regional,

Section 36B of chapter 40 , as so appearing, is hereby further amended by inserting after the word “department,” in the first sentence the following words:- , county sheriff,

Notwithstanding sections 34 to 37A of chapter 40 of the General Laws, or any other general or special law to the contrary, the sheriff of Suffolk county may establish a regional lockup facility within the site of the Suffolk county jail and house of correction, or elsewhere within the county of Suffolk, which shall be used only for the detention of persons arrested upon probable cause or warrant or a person arrested under a civil process. There shall be space made available for interviews and space assigned for use by the clerk/magistrates for bail hearings. The regional lockup facility established under this section shall have the same function and power as a lockup established under section 34 of chapter 40. A city or town of Suffolk county, a state or federal law enforcement agency may, subject to the discretion of the sheriff of Suffolk County, become a member of the county regional lockup system by executing, with the consent of the appropriate governing body, a written agreement with the sheriff of Suffolk County. The
agreement shall be filed with the corresponding city and town clerk and the secretary of state and shall set forth the details of the agreement as to the transportation and booking of prisoners.
Member police officers who are transporting a prisoner to a regional lockup facility shall, during transport, have the full authority and jurisdiction of a police officer through any city, town, or county. Member city or town police departments do not have to comply with section 36C of chapter 40. The requirements and duties set forth in sections 36A to 36, inclusive, of chapter 40 shall pertain to the regional lockup facility and the sheriff's office, except that all training provided for in section 36C of chapter 40 shall be completed within 1 year of the establishment of the facility. The regional lockup administrator and sheriffs of the Suffolk county regional lockup facility shall have the same authority, jurisdiction and duty to detain, book, hold and transport a pre-arraignment prisoner or any other prisoner to or from the regional lockup as required under chapter 40.

The sheriff of Suffolk County shall be afforded all the protections of section 9 of chapter 258, as though the sheriff held office under the constitution within the meaning of this statute."

Amendment 74

Qualified Immunity

Mr. Tran, Ms. Gobi and Mr. Fattman move to amend the bill in SECTION 10 by striking subsection (c) of section 11I.

Amendment 75

Clarifying the Reasonableness of an Officer’s Actions

Mr. Eldridge and Ms. Rausch move to amend the bill by inserting, in line 1076, after the phrase, "at the time," the following:- “an officer trained in de-escalation tactics and techniques reasonably believes";
and further by striking out, in line 1082, the words, "reasonable person in the circumstances " and inserting in its place the following:- "law enforcement officer trained in de-escalation tactics and techniques in the circumstances".

            Redraft Amendment 76

Comprehensive, transparent, and accountable data collection

Ms. Rausch and Mr. Eldridge move to amend the bill in section 52, by striking out, in line 977, the word "Annually" and inserting in place thereof the word:- “Semi-annually”.

            Amendment 77

Discipline Changes

Messrs. Tarr and Tran, Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Brady, Velis, Fattman, Moore, Pacheco, Welch, O'Connor and Timilty move to amend the bill in SECTION 18 by striking in line 621 the words “1 year” and replacing therewith- “45 days”
And further, in line 634, by striking the word “not”;
And further, in line 635, by striking the following: “, provided, however, that such an order may be appealed as provided section 43”.

Amendment 78

Continued Education

Mr. Rush moves to amend the bill by inserting after section 73 the following section:-
"SECTION XX. Said chapter 6 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after section 116G, as so appearing, the following section:-Section 116H. In addition to any benefits received pursuant to section 108L of chapter, any certified law enforcement officer shall also be eligible to receive each fiscal year a bonus for exceeding the minimum training requirements established by the municipal police training committee.
The benefits made available under this section shall be conditioned on the successful completion of eligible coursework as determined by the municipal police training committee established in section 116. The committee shall establish by regulation the curriculum of courses that may result in a bonus under this section, and may either offer such courses itself, or establish a process by which independent educational institutions can be accredited for providing such courses. Such courses shall be in addition to, and not in place of, course work that is a part of an officer’s annual in-service training requirement as determined by the committee. The courses may cover such subjects as the committee deems appropriate, but shall at a minimum cover:

(i) Proficiency in a foreign language relevant to police work in the jurisdiction in which the individual licensed officer is employed;6 of 18
(ii) Advanced first aid;
(iii) Advanced domestic violence and sexual violence training;
(iv) Advanced de-escalation techniques;
(v) Narcotics training;
(vi) Advanced training in bias-free policing.

Annual base salary increases shall be awarded in the following increments per level of achievement:
Level 1 $1,000
Level 2 $2,500
Level 3 $5,000
The committee shall determine what courses or sequences of courses will result in attainment of the foregoing levels. A bonus shall be paid by the public employer, payable in biweekly increments, for the remainder of the fiscal year upon completion of the coursework required for such bonus, and shall be paid for coursework completed during that fiscal year, but shall not roll forward to subsequent fiscal years. Officers may not receive credit in a fiscal year for courses completed in a prior fiscal year, and may not receive an incentive for re-taking a course the officer has previously taken. Officers may not receive payment for more than one level in one fiscal year.
The committee shall establish quality guidelines, including, but not limited to, standards and review processes, for courses that are eligible for bonuses under this section. The committee shall certify annually that any independent educational institution offering the courses meets or exceeds the academic standards established by the above-mentioned guidelines. The committee shall consult with the department of higher education as part of its certification process for any independent educational institution. The committee shall establish a program of qualifying course offerings not later than May 1 of each calendar year.
This section shall apply to law enforcement officers employed by the Commonwealth and to any law enforcement officer employed by any city or town that accepts the provisions of this section. For purposes of this section, “law enforcement officer” shall be defined according to section 220."

            Amendment 79

Commission to Expand Training

Messrs. O'Connor and Welch move to amend the bill by adding the following:-
“SECTION XX. There shall be a special commission to expand training in the area of the history of slavery, lynching, racist legal institutions and racism in the United States. The commission shall explore and determine additional departments and agencies within the Commonwealth and municipalities that would benefit from training criteria set forth in subsection (b) of section 116G of chapter 6 of the General Laws as amended by Section 4 of this Act. The commission shall consist of: 3 persons appointed by the governor from a list of not less than 5 nominees provided by the Massachusetts branches of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference; 2 persons appointed by the president of the senate; 2 persons appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives; 1 person appointed by the senate minority leader; and 1 person appointed by the house minority leader. Members of the commission shall be residents of the commonwealth who have experience or knowledge of state and local departments and agencies, the extent and nature of their impact on their constituencies, and the extent to which employees of said departments and agencies would benefit from training in the area of the history of slavery, lynching, racist legal institutions and racism in the United States.
The commission shall report and file its findings and recommendations, including any legislation, with the clerks of the senate and house of representatives and the joint committee on the judiciary not later than July 31, 2021.”

            2nd Redraft Amendment 80

School Committee Approval of SROs and Data Reporting

Ms. Jehlen, Mr. Eldridge, Ms. Rausch, Mr. Welch and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill by striking out section 50 and inserting in place thereof the following section:-
“SECTION 50. Subsection (b) of section 37P of said chapter 71, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out the first paragraph and inserting in place thereof the following paragraph:-
A chief of police, at the request of the superintendent and subject to appropriation, shall assign at least 1 school resource officer to serve the city, town, commonwealth charter school, regional school district or county agricultural school. In the case of a regional school district, commonwealth charter school or county agriculture school, the chief of police of the city or town in which the school is located shall, at the request of the superintendent, assign the school resource officer who may be the same officer for all schools in the city or town, subject to annual approval by public vote of the relevant school committee. Annually, not later than August 1, the superintendent shall report to the department of elementary and secondary education and publicly present to the relevant school committee: (i) the cost to the school district of assigning a school resource officer; (ii) a description of the proposed budget for mental, social or emotional health support personnel for the school; and (iii) the number of school-based arrests, citations and court referrals made in the previous year disaggregated as required by the department of elementary and secondary education.”.

Amendment 82

Evaluation of Justice Reinvestment Workforce Development Grant Recipients

Messrs. Keenan and Montigny move to amend the bill in section 40, line 843, by inserting after the word “evaluation” the following words:- “, include appropriate performance metrics that allow for evaluation and measurement of outcomes”; and in line 862, by inserting after the word “given” the following words:- “, evaluation of the outcomes produced by the funded programs”.

Amendment 83

Rights to Wages

Messrs. Keenan, Feeney, Brady, Tarr and Montigny move to amend the bill in section 6, line 323, by inserting after the figure “225.”, the following:- “If the police officer standards and accreditation committee, by its vote, finds that a law enforcement officer did not engage in misconduct or other inappropriate action, then the officer shall be entitled to reimbursement for wages and the cost of benefits not paid during the period of the investigation and hearing, and the expense incurred in defending against the complaint. Any officer seeking such reimbursement shall file with his appointing authority a written application therefor within thirty days after final disposition of the complaint. The appointing authority shall, within thirty days after receipt of such application, pay such reimbursement from the same source as that from which the salary of the person seeking the reimbursement is paid, but only upon receipt of satisfactory proof that such expenses were actually incurred, and the costs of benefits and wages were not paid.”

Amendment 85

Qualified Immunity Commission

Mr. O'Connor moves to amend the bill by striking section 10 and inserting thereof the following:-
“SECTION 10. There shall be a special commission on the reform of qualified immunity. The commission shall discuss, define, and clarify qualified immunity and make recommendations on best language to implement reforms of qualified immunity. The commission shall consist of: 3 persons appointed by the governor from a list of not less than 5 nominees provided by the Massachusetts branches of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New England Area Conference; the executive director of Lawyers for Civil Rights, Inc., or a designee; the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Inc., or a designee; a representative of the New England Police Benevolent Association; a representative of the Massachusetts Sheriffs Association, Inc.; 2 persons appointed by the president of the senate; 2 persons appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives; 1 person appointed by the senate minority leader; and 1 person appointed by the house minority leader.
The commission shall report and file its findings and recommendations, including any legislation, with the clerks of the senate and house of representatives and the joint committee on the judiciary within 90 days of the commission’s first meeting.”

            Amendment 86

Revocation of Retirement System Access

Mr. Keenan moves to amend the bill in section 6, line 381, by inserting after the word “Index” the following:- “ and to the contributory retirement system in which the officer is a member”.

            Amendment 87

Mental Health Crisis Intervention

Messrs. Keenan, Brady, Welch and Montigny move to amend the bill in section 14, in line 445, by striking out the figures “(vi) and (vii)” and inserting in place thereof the following figures:- “(v), (vi) and (vii)”; and
In line 446, by striking out the figure “3” and inserting in place thereof the following figure:-“4”; and
In line 446, by striking out the figure “(vi)” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “(v) support police departments in implementing improved behavioral health responses through responsive policies and procedures and partnerships with community behavioral health providers, including but not limited to partnerships with community-based behavioral health organizations for emergency mental health crisis intervention; (vi)”

            Redraft Amendment 89

Reporting the Order of Chemical Weapon Usage

Mr. Keenan moves to amend the bill in section 55, by striking subsection 2(f) in its entirety and inserting in place thereof the following:-
"(f) A law enforcement officer shall not order the discharge or discharge tear gas or any other chemical weapon, order the discharge or discharge rubber pellets from a propulsion device or order the release or release a dog to control or influence a person’s behavior unless: (i) de-escalation tactics have been attempted and failed or are not feasible based on the totality of the circumstances; and (ii) the measures used are necessary to prevent imminent harm and the foreseeable harm inflicted by the tear gas or other chemical weapon, rubber pellets or dog is proportionate to the threat of imminent harm. If a law enforcement officer orders or utilizes tear gas or any other chemical weapon, rubber pellets or a dog against a crowd, the law enforcement officer’s appointing agency shall file a report with the police office standards and accreditation committee detailing all measures that were taken in advance of the event to reduce the probability of disorder and all measures that were taken at the time of the event to de-escalate tensions and avoid the necessity of using the tear gas or other chemical weapon, rubber pellets or dog. The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall review the report and may make any additional investigation. After such review and investigation the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall, if applicable, make a finding as to whether the pre-event and contemporaneous de-escalation efforts were adequate and whether the order or use of such tear gas or other chemical weapon, rubber pellets or dog was justified."

            Redraft Amendment 90

False reporting

Messrs. Tarr, Brady, O'Connor and Montigny move to amend the bill by inserting after SECTION 57 the following new section:-
"SECTION_ . Section 13A of chapter 269 is hereby amended by inserting in the first sentence after the word “officers” the following:-"or false report of police misconduct".

Amendment 91

Increased Privacy of Vehicle Stop Data

Mr. Keenan moves to amend the bill in section 52, line 991, by inserting after the word “purposes” the following words:- “, and shall not be available to a law enforcement officer when checking the registration status of a motor vehicle preceding or during a stop, when checking the driver’s license status or identification of an individual during a stop”.

            Amendment 92

Changing Law Enforcement Involvement in Substance Use

Messrs. Keenan, Brady and Cyr move to amend the bill by adding the following new section:-
SECTION X. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, there shall be a 10-year pilot program establishing two or more supervised consumption sites that utilize harm reduction tools, including clinical monitoring of the consumption of pre-obtained controlled substances in the presence of trained staff, for the purpose of reducing the risks of disease transmission and preventing overdose deaths.
The department of public health shall promulgate rules and regulations necessary for the operation of a supervised consumption site, including but not limited to, establishing a process to apply for licensure. Entities that provide health and social services, including private organizations and municipal departments, shall be eligible to apply for licensure to operate a supervised consumption site. Approval from the local board of health to participate in the pilot program shall be required before an entity may apply for licensure to operate a supervised consumption site.
The department of public shall send notification and an explanation of the department’s approval or denial of licensure, in writing, within 45 days of a completed application to the applicant and to the local board of health where the supervised consumption site would be located. A denial of licensure shall not prohibit an entity from submitting a future application at any time.
To be considered for licensure, a supervised consumption site shall, at a minimum:

(1) provide a hygienic space where participants may consume pre-obtained controlled substances;
(2) provide adequate staffing by healthcare professionals or other trained staff or volunteers;
(3) provide sterile injection supplies, collect used hypodermic needles and syringes, and provide secure hypodermic needle and syringe disposal services;
(4) provide education on safe consumption practices, proper disposal of hypodermic needles and syringes, and overdose prevention;
(5) monitor participants for potential overdose and administer first aid, if needed;
(6) provide access or referrals to addiction treatment;
(7) educate participants on the risks of contracting HIV and viral hepatitis, and provide access or referrals to prevention, screening, and treatment services;
(8) provide access to naloxone or referrals to obtain naloxone for participants;
(9) ensure the confidentiality of participants using an anonymous unique identifier, if needed;
(10) provide trainings for staff members to deliver services offered by the supervised consumption site or make available any trainings provided by the department of public health, if required;
(11) establish standard security procedures in consultation with local law enforcement; and
(12) establish standard policies that facilitate communication and education with local businesses, community members, local law enforcement, and first responders.

A licensed supervised consumption site shall be authorized as a needle exchange program under section 215 of chapter 111 of the General Laws.
Notwithstanding any general or special law or rule or regulation to the contrary, the following persons shall not be arrested, charged, or prosecuted for any criminal offense, including, but not limited to, charges pursuant to sections 13, 32I, 34, 43 or 47 of chapter 94C of the General Laws, or be subject to any civil or administrative penalty, including seizure or forfeiture of data records, assets or property or disciplinary action by a professional licensing board, credentialing restriction, contractual liability, and action against clinical staff or other employment action, or be denied any right or privilege, solely for participation or involvement in a supervised consumption site licensed by the department of public health pursuant to this section: (i) a participant; (ii) a staff member or administrator of a licensed supervised consumption site, including a health-care professional, manager, employee, or volunteer; (iii) a property owner who owns property at which a licensed supervised consumption site is located and operates, (iv) the entity operating the licensed supervised consumption site. Entering or exiting a licensed supervised consumption site cannot serve as the basis for, or a fact contributing to the existence of, reasonable suspicion or probable cause to conduct a search or seizure.
The department of public health shall submit a report to the clerks of the senate and house of representatives and to the senate and house chairs of the joint committee on mental health, substance use and recovery. The report shall include site-specific and aggregate data for all licensed supervised consumption sites including but not limited to: (i) number of participant visits; (ii) number of overdoses reversed; (iii) number of referrals to addiction treatment and (iv) number of hypodermic needles and syringes collected and distributed. The report shall be submitted no later than 18 months after implementation of the pilot program, and annually thereafter.
SECTION XX. The department of public of health shall promulgate regulations within 6 months of the passage of Section X.

            Amendment 94

Independent Police Officer Standards and Accreditation Committee Makeup

Messrs. Keenan and Timilty move to amend the bill in section 6, line 165, by striking out the figure "13" and inserting in place thereof the following figure:- "15"; and
in line 170, by inserting after the word "Incorporated", the following:- ", 1 of whom shall be a chief of police of a police department other than the City of Boston police department inside the Boston metropolitan area"; and
in line 178, by inserting after the word "judge", the following:- ", 1 of whom shall be nominated by the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Massachusetts with experience or expertise in law enforcement practice and training".

            Amendment 96

Notification of Complaint

Messrs. Keenan, Brady, Welch, Tarr and Montigny move to amend the bill in section 6, in line 286, by inserting after the word “committee” the following:- “ and simultaneously to the officer against whom the complaint is filed”; and
in line 288, by inserting after the word “authority” the following:- “and simultaneously to the officer against whom the complaint is filed”.

            Amendment 97

Thorough Review of Colonel Hiring

Messrs. Keenan and Brady move to amend the bill in section 18, by inserting at the end thereof the following words:-
"The secretary of public safety and security committee shall conduct a comprehensive background investigation of the person recommended, which at a minimum shall require verification against the National Decertification Index, as defined in section 220, and the database maintained by the police officer standards and accreditation committee, as described in subsection (c) of section 223."

Amendment 98

Military Equipment Restriction

Messrs. Keenan and Montigny move to amend the bill in section 39, by striking out subsection (c) in its entirety and inserting in place thereof the following:- “(c) A sheriff’s department shall not apply for military grade controlled property or related funds or for acquisition by transfer of military grade controlled property from a federal agency.”

            Amendment 99

School Resource Officers

Mr. O'Connor and Ms. Moran move to amend the bill by striking section 50 in its entirety.

            Amendment 100

Cadet Program Incentive

Mr. Keenan moves to amend the bill in section 24, line 569, by inserting after the figure “11” the following:- “ is appointed as a police officer in a municipal police department, the Massachusetts bay transportation police force, the executive office of environmental affairs, and the University of Massachusetts, or becomes an employee as defined in section 1 of chapter 32”.

            Amendment 101

State Police Promotion

Mr. Keenan moves to amend the bill by striking section 33 in its entirety and inserting in place thereof the following:-
SECTION 33. Said chapter 22C is hereby further amended by striking out section 26, as so appearing, and inserting in place thereof the following section:-
            Section 26. (a) The colonel may promote uniformed members of the state police who are deemed eligible for promotion by the colonel to the title of noncommissioned officer, lieutenant or captain. A promotion shall be based on the uniformed member’s total promotional score, which shall be based on the sum of scores earned on a competitive promotional examination calculated pursuant to subsection (b), longevity calculated pursuant to subsection (e), education credits calculated pursuant to subsection (g), performance credits and debits calculated pursuant to section (h).
            (b) For a uniformed member who is not a veteran, the uniformed member’s competitive promotional examination score shall be based on the number of points awarded to the uniformed member for correct answers on such examination divided by the total number of possible points to be earned on the examination, multiplied by 75. For a uniformed member who is a veteran, the uniformed member’s competitive promotional examination score shall be based on the number of points awarded to the member for correct answers on such examination divided by the total number of possible points to be earned on the examination, multiplied by 100, plus 2, multiplied by 0.75.
            (c) A uniformed member shall not be eligible for promotion unless the uniformed member was awarded not less than 70 per cent of the total number of possible points to be earned on the competitive promotional examination.
            (d) Promotional examinations shall be open to a uniformed member who is a: (i) noncommissioned officer who has completed not less than 5 years of service as a uniformed member immediately before the final date for the filing of applications for such examination and who has completed, in the immediately preceding year, 1 full year of service in the next lower rank or title; (ii) lieutenant who has completed at least 1 year of service in the next lower rank or title immediately before the final date for the filing of applications for such examination and who has completed not less than 8 years of service as a uniformed member prior to the final date for filing applications for such examination; or (iii) a captain who has completed at least 1 year of service in the next lower rank or title immediately before the final date for the filing of applications for such examination and who has completed not less than 12 years of service as a uniformed member prior to the final date for filing applications for such examination.
            (e) (1) A noncommissioned officer shall be granted 1 longevity point for each full month of service since appointment to the department, up to a maximum of 120 months, computed as of the final date for the filing of applications for such promotion. The member’s longevity score shall be the total longevity points granted divided by 120, multiplied by 25.
            (2) A lieutenant shall be granted 1 longevity point for each full month of service since appointment to the department, up to a maximum of 180 months, computed as of the final date for the filing of applications for such promotion. The member’s longevity score shall be the total longevity points granted divided by 180, multiplied by 25.
            (3) A captain shall be granted 1 longevity point for each full month of service since appointment to the department, up to a maximum of 240 months, computed as of the final date for the filing of applications for such promotion. The member’s longevity score shall be the total longevity points granted divided by 240, multiplied by 25.
            (f) a uniformed member shall be granted 2 education points for an associate degree, 4 education points for a bachelor degree, and 6 education points for a post graduate degree.
            (g) a uniformed member shall be granted 2 performance points for each service commendation awarded, and shall have deducted 2 performance points for each warning, reprimand, or punishment relating to use of earned sick time or other service performance.
            (h) Prior to making any promotions in accordance with this section, the colonel shall publish and distribute in the orders of the department for each title in the department a list of the members who are eligible for promotion to each such title in the order in which each member shall be considered for such promotion; provided, however, that such order shall be based upon the final determination by the colonel in accordance with subsections (b) and (e). Each eligible list for promotion shall be used by the colonel to fill vacancies for a period of 2 years from the initial date of publication; provided, however, that, if a new eligible list has not been established after such 2-year period, each eligible list shall continue to be used by the colonel for promotions until a new eligible list is established. A promotion to a vacancy occurring in any title for which an examination is conducted in accordance with this section shall be made from the first 3 members on such list who are eligible for the promotion and who are willing to accept such promotion.

Amendment 102

Center for Public Representation

Ms. Comerford and Mr. Eldridge move to amend the bill in section 16, by inserting after the word “Inc.;” in line 480, the following words:- "1 member appointed by the Center for Public Representation;”.

            Redraft Amendment 103

Defining Totality of Circumstances

Messrs. Keenan and Timilty move to amend the bill in section 55, by inserting after the word “known”, in line 1086, the following words:- “preceding and”.

            Amendment 104

Investment Equity

Messrs. Feeney, Eldridge and Timilty move to amend the bill by inserting after SECTION XX the following new section:-
SECTION XX
Section 23 of chapter 32 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2018 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting at the end thereof the following subparagraph:-
(8) It shall be the policy of the PRIM board to use minority investment managers to manage PRIT Fund assets, encompassing all asset classes, and to increase the racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of PRIT Fund investments to the greatest extent feasible, consistent with sound investment policy. The PRIM board and the executive director shall take affirmative steps to remove any barriers to the full participation of minority investment managers in investment opportunities. Such affirmative steps shall include, but not be limited to, consideration of whether current investment policy discourages the use of minority investment managers through quantitative or qualitative restrictions, including, but not limited to, number of years track record and minimum assets under management.
It shall be the goal of the PRIM board that not less than 20% of investment managers be minorities, females, and persons with disabilities. It shall further be the goal of the PRIM board to utilize businesses owned by minorities, females, and persons with disabilities for not less than 20% of total contracts awarded pursuant to section 23B.
Annually, not later than January fifteenth of each year, the PRIM board shall file with the house and senate committee on ways and means and with the joint committee on public service a report detailing its progress toward implementing the policies and goals outlined above. Such report shall include documentation related to all minority investment managers considered for investment, including documentation, where applicable, of the reasons for declining any such investment.

Amendment 105

Imminent Harm and Physical Force

Messrs. Keenan and Brady move to amend the bill in section 55, in line 1094, by inserting after the word “harm” the following words:- “to the law enforcement officer or person”; and in line 1098, by inserting after the words “harm to” the following words:- “ the law enforcement officer or”; and in line 1106, by inserting after the words “harm to” the following words:- “ the law enforcement officer or”; and in line 1133, by striking out the words “their direct” and inserting in place thereof the words “an appropriate”.

            Amendment 106

Pensioner Eligibility

Mr. O'Connor and Ms. Moran move to amend the bill by adding the following:-
“SECTION XX. Section 91 of Chapter 32 of the General Laws, as so appearing, is hereby amended by inserting at the end the following new subsection:-
(g) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, any pensioner defined under this section that is categorized in group 4 of the state retirement system shall be eligible for hire to the position of (1) executive director of the municipal police training committee and (2) executive director of the police officer standards and accreditation committee; provided that terms of service in either position shall not exceed a three year appointment unless specifically authorized by the Governor.”

            2nd Redraft Amendment 108

Protecting Students From Profiling

Ms. Jehlen, Ms. Rausch and Mr. Eldridge move to amend the bill by striking out section 49 and inserting in place thereof the following section:-
“SECTION 49. Section 37L of chapter 71 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2018 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the third paragraph the following paragraph:-
School department personnel and school resource officers, as defined in section 37P, shall not disclose to a law enforcement officer or agency, including local, municipal, regional, county, state and federal law enforcement, through an official report or unofficial channels including, but not limited to text, phone, email, database and in-person communication, or submit to a the Commonwealth Fusion Center, the Boston Regional Intelligence Center or any other database or system that tracks gang affiliation or involvement any information relating to a student or a student’s family member or from its databases or other record-keeping systems including, but not limited to: (i) immigration status; (ii) citizenship; (iii) neighborhood of residence; (iv) religion; (v) national origin; (vi) ethnicity; (vii) native or spoken language; (viii) suspected, alleged or confirmed gang affiliation, association or membership; (ix) participation in school activities, extracurricular activities both inside and outside of school, sports teams or school clubs or organizations; (x) degrees, honors or awards; and (xi) post-high school plans. Nothing in this paragraph shall prohibit the sharing of information for the purposes of completing a report pursuant to sections 51A or 57 of chapter 119 or filing a weapon report with the local chief of police pursuant to this section.”.

Amendment 109

Qualified Immunity

Mr. Fattman moves to amend the bill by striking out sections 9, 10, and 11.
And further moves to amend by striking out, in lines 1087 through 1090, the following words, “All persons in the commonwealth shall have a right, including for purposes of sections 11H and 11I of chapter 12, against the use of force prohibited by this section. A violation of this section shall be a per se violation of said sections 11H and 11I of said chapter 12.”

            Amendment 110

Data Collection

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill by striking 944-951 inclusive and inserting in place thereof the following:-“The police officer standard and accreditation committee as established in this act shall conduct a study on the process of the collection and dissemination of the from any issued Massachusetts Uniform Citation including but not limited to the following: (i) identifying characteristics of the individuals who receive a warning or citation or who are arrested, including the age,  race and sex of the individual; (ii) the traffic infraction; (iii) the date and time of the offense and the municipality in which the offense was committed; (iv) whether a search was initiated as a result of the stop; and (v) whether the stop resulted in a warning, citation or arrest. The study will further review any and all appropriate instruments that can be used by the enforcement officers to record the statistical data required in this subsection. The study will also detail the possible financial impacts to the state, as well as local communities on the development of the database of data s well as the technology needed to collect said data and the training involved for both. This study shall be initiated no later than 60 days from the enactment of this act.
Said study along with any recommendation shall be submitted to the clerks of the house and senate by no later then one year following the passage of the act.

            Amendment 111

Protecting the Efficacy of the POSAC

Mr. Finegold moves to amend the bill in section 6, by inserting, in line 366, after the words “pursuant to” the following:-”the provisions in”; and

by inserting, in line 366, after the words “ Chapter 30A” the following:- “governing adjudicatory proceedings.”; and
by inserting, in line 373, after the words “pursuant to” the following:-”the provisions in”; and
by inserting, in line 373, after the words “ Chapter 30A” the following:-“governing adjudicatory proceedings.”; and
by striking out, in line 376, ”An” and inserting in place thereof the following:- “revocation of certification by the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall be grounds for an adverse”; and
by striking out, in line 376, “that” and inserting in place thereof the following:- “and such employment action based on revocation of certification” and;
by striking out, in line 377, “results from a revocation by the committee pursuant to subsection(a); and
by inserting, in line 378, after the words “the civil service commission under chapter 31” the following:- “and shall not be a basis for grievance and arbitration under section 8 of chapter 150E or under the provisions of a collective bargaining agreement.”

            Amendment 113

Prison Use of Force Records

Mr. Eldridge, Ms. Rausch, Ms. Jehlen and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill by inserting after section 73 the following section:-
SECTION XX. Section 1 of Chapter 124 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 official edition, is hereby amended by adding the following subsection: (v) (i) An inmate and the inmate’s legally designated representative shall have the right to obtain a copy of all records relating to any use of force incident involving the inmate, including but not limited to written reports, investigations, video and audio recordings, and photographs; (ii) All such records are also public records, except that records access officers must redact the name and identifying information of any involved inmate before providing the records to any requestor who is not the involved inmate or who does not have a release from the involved inmate.

Amendment 114

Representation on POSAC

Messrs. Rush and Tran, Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Fattman, Brady, Velis, Timilty and Pacheco move to amend the bill in SECTION 6, by striking lines 164-192 in Section 221 and inserting in place thereof:-
“Section 221.  There shall be an independent police officer standards and accreditation committee within the executive office of public safety and security consisting of: 13 members appointed by the governor, 1 of whom shall be the Attorney General or her nominee, 1 of whom shall be the Colonel the Massachusetts State Police (or a sworn Officer designated by the Colonel), 1 of whom shall be the Commissioner of the Boston Police Department (or a sworn Officer designated by the Commissioner), 1 of whom shall be a chief of police of a mid-sized municipality who is a person of color to be nominated by the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association Incorporated, 1 of whom shall be the President of the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers, Inc., 1 of whom shall be the President of the State Police Association of Massachusetts, 1 of whom shall be the President of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association, 1 of whom shall be a sworn Police Officer nominated by the Massachusetts Law Enforcement Policy Group, 1 of whom shall be a retired judge, 1 of whom shall be a Professor of Criminal Justice from a Massachusetts College or University; 1 of whom shall be an expert in the field of use of force, 1 of whom shall be an expert in the investigation of firearms discharge; and 1 other member; provided, however, that non-law enforcement members shall have experience with or expertise in law enforcement practice and training, criminal law, or the criminal justice system. Appointments to the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall be for terms of 3 years and until their successors are appointed. Vacancies in the membership of the committee shall be filled by the original appointing authority for the balance of the unexpired term. Members of the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall be compensated for work performed for the police officer standards and accreditation committee at such rate as the secretary of administration and finance shall determine and shall be reimbursed for their expenses necessarily incurred in the performance of their duties.”

Amendment 115

Public Safety

Mr. O'Connor moves to amend the bill in section 39 by adding at the end the following:-
“(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, if it can be established that public disclosure of the purchase of military grade controlled property by way of legislative approval and public hearing would defeat the purpose of such purchase and jeopardize public safety, such disclosure shall not be required.”

Amendment 116

Due Process

Messrs. O'Connor and Velis, Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Timilty, Pacheco and Feeney move to amend the bill in section 6, in line 158, by striking the following words:- “within the appointing authority or the committee”.

            Redraft Amendment 117

Implementation

Messrs. Tarr, Brady and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting after section _ the following new section:-
SECTION_ Notwithstanding any general or special laws to the contrary the secretary of administration and finance shall conduct a comprehensive study and analysis as to the financial impacts of the provisions of this act on the commonwealth and the municipalities in the commonwealth. They shall hold no less than 3 public hearings, in diverse geographic locations.
Said study and shall be submitted to the clerks of the house and senate not later than 18 months from the passage of this act.

Amendment 119

Banning No-Knock Warrants

Mr. Hinds, Ms. Rausch, Mr. Eldridge and Ms. Jehlen move to amend the bill by striking section 58 in its entirety and inserting in its place the following new section:-
SECTION 58. Chapter 276 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after section 2C the following section:-
Section 2D. (a) A police officer executing a search warrant shall knock and announce their presence and purpose before forcibly entering a residence.
(b) An officer shall not dispense with the requirement of subsection (a) under any circumstances.
(c) Evidence seized or obtained during the execution of a warrant shall be inadmissible if a law enforcement officer violates this section.

            Amendment 120

Warrant data collection

Ms. DiZoglio, Messrs. Eldridge, Hinds and Montigny move to amend the bill in Section 58 by adding the following subsection:-
"(e) The executive office of public safety and security shall promulgate regulations regarding data collection in connection with the execution of warrants issued pursuant to this section, including, but not limited to, (i) alleged offenses serving as the basis of the warrant; (ii) the date and time of execution of the warrant and the municipality in which the warrant was executed; (iii) whether execution of the warrant resulted in the discovery or seizure of any weapons or contraband or resulted in the arrest of any individuals; and (iv) whether execution of the warrant resulted in any injuries or death."

            Amendment 121

Corrective amendment

Mr. Rodrigues moves to amend the bill in section 55, by inserting after the word "harm," in line 1094, the following words:- "to a person"; and
in said section 55, by striking out, in line 1133, the words "their direct" and inserting in place thereof the following words:- "an appropriate"; and
in section 63, by inserting after the word "by," in line 1248, the following words:- "state and".

            Redraft Amendment 122

Impact of removing qualified immunity

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting after section _ the following new section:-
SECTION. Notwithstanding any general or special laws to the contrary the executive office of public safety and security shall conduct a comprehensive review and analysis on the number, type, and impact of the provisions of this act as they relate to qualified immunity.
Said study along with any legislative recommendations shall be submitted to the clerks of the house and senate by December 31, 2021

Amendment 123

County Correction and Juvenile Detention Officers Commission

Ms. Gobi, Mr. Brady, Ms. Lovely, Messrs. Fattman, Timilty, Pacheco, Moore, Tran, Feeney, Velis and Welch move to amend the bill by striking out SECTION 63 in its entirety.

            2nd Redraft Amendment 125

Improving Municipal Police Training

Messrs. Cyr and Eldridge move to amend the bill in section 4, in subsection (b) of section 116G of chapter 6 of the General Laws, by striking out proposed clause (iii) and inserting in place thereof the following clause:- “(iii) handling emergencies and complaints, including, but not limited to, those involving victims, witnesses or suspects with mental illness, substance use disorder, trauma history or developmental or intellectual disabilities, which shall include training related to common behavior and actions exhibited by such individuals, strategies law enforcement officers may use for reducing or preventing the risk of harm and strategies that involve the least intrusive means of addressing such incidences and individuals while protecting the safety of the law enforcement officer and other persons; provided, however, that training presenters shall include certified mental health practitioners with expertise in the delivery of direct services to individuals, including victims, witnesses or suspects with mental illness, substance use disorder, trauma history or developmental or intellectual disabilities in emergency situations".
and by adding the following sections:-
Section X. Section 116 of chapter 6 of the General Laws is hereby further amended by adding the following sections numbered 226, 227, 228 and 229:-
Section 226. A municipal police department that offers in-service training to its officers, shall track the completed trainings for each officer through the municipal police training committee’s electronic database held by the municipal police training academy for the purposes of tracking the record of required trainings completed for each municipal police officer within the commonwealth of massachusetts. Said data shall be entered into the electronic database of the municipal police training academy by any such municipal police department, at the direction of the chief of police of said department.
Section 227. The municipal police training academy shall complete a strategic plan for its goals and objectives for a period of ten future years, approved by no less than a two-thirds majority of its voting members. Said strategic plan shall include but not be limited to: (i) where the committee plans to prioritize its financial resources; (ii) the scope of training the committee plans to offer for both new police officers and in-service training for existing officers, including a percentage of current municipal police officers within the commonwealth it will be able to offer all in-service training to that is mandated by statute. No vote shall be held on said strategic plan until all appointments of new voting members to the municipal police training committee authorized within this act have been made. A report on said strategic plan shall be delivered on or before January 1, 2020 to every municipal police chief within the commonwealth, the chairs of the joint committee on ways and means, and the chairs of the joint committee on public safety and security. 
Section 228. Beginning on December 31, 2020 and annually thereafter on or before December 31st of each calendar year, the municipal police training committee shall issue a report to the secretary of the executive office of administration and finance, the auditor of the commonwealth and the chairs of the joint committee on ways and means. Said report shall account for the expenditures of the municipal police training committee for the prior fiscal year and shall include but not be limited to: (i) the percentage of total funds spent on training for new police officer candidates versus spending on in-service training for existing officers; (ii) the total percentage of existing municipal police officers who have completed their required in-service training requirements to that point of the calendar year. Upon request specific data used to inform said report by shall be made available in a de-identified matter to the the secretary of the executive office of administration and finance, the auditor of the commonwealth and the chairs of the joint committee on ways and means.
Section 229. On or before June 1, 2020 the municipal police training committee shall begin a process of review of its curriculum, training materials and practices. Said review shall be administered jointly by the Commission on the Status of African Americans and one or more persons affiliated with an academic institution within the commonwealth of massachusetts with experience with or expertise in law enforcement practice and training, criminal law, civil rights law, the criminal justice system or social science fields related to race or bias. Said review shall be completed on or before June 1, 2022 and shall repeat and recur every three years thereafter. 

Amendment 126

Clear and Convincing Evidence

Messrs. Fattman and Velis, Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Pacheco, Timilty and Tarr move to amend the bill by striking out the words “a preponderance of the”, in lines 364 and 368, and inserting in place thereof the following words:- “clear and convincing”.

            Redraft Amendment 127

Double jeopardy

Messrs. Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill by inserting in line 205 after the words “complaints of officer misconduct” the following"- “in so investigating, the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall determine in writing whether the police officers standards and accreditation committee or the appointing authority  shall be the sole and exclusive adjudicator of the complaint of officer misconduct, provided however, that such exclusive jurisdiction shall not prohibit separate investigations conducted by either entity.”

            Amendment 128

Community policing and behavioral health advisory council

Ms. Friedman, Ms. Rausch, Messrs. Cyr and Eldridge move to amend the bill in Section 66, by deleting subsections (a) and (b) and replacing with the following subsections:-
"(a) The community policing and behavioral health advisory council, established in subsection (e) of section 25 of chapter 19 of the General Laws, shall study and make recommendations for creating a crisis response and continuity of care system that delivers alternative emergency services and programs across the commonwealth that reflect specific regional, racial, ethnic, and sexual orientation needs and differences in delivering such services. The study shall include, but not be limited to: (i) comprehensive review and evaluation of existing crisis intervention, alternative emergency response, and jail diversion models, services and programs within the commonwealth at the state, county and municipal level and models used effectively in other jurisdictions; (ii) a method for evaluating the effectiveness of existing crisis intervention, alternative emergency response, and jail diversion models, services, and programs in diverting individuals from the criminal justice system and emergency departments to appropriate care; (iii) recommendations for expanding effective crisis intervention and jail diversion models, services, and programs identified in clause (ii) across the commonwealth; (iv) identification of crisis response training programs and protocols for law enforcement officers and 911 telecommunicators that reflect best practices, and a plan for standardizing systems and aligning such programs and protocols across the commonwealth; (v) identification of outcome measurements and data collection procedures to be used to evaluate the effectiveness of the crisis response system and its components; and (vi) an analysis of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration national guidelines for behavioral health crisis care, including regional crisis call centers and mobile crisis teams; and (vii) an estimate of the additional costs or cost savings of implementing the council’s recommendations under this section and possible sources of funding for delivering the crisis response and continuity of care system at the state, county and municipal level. In developing recommendations for a crisis response and jail diversion system, the council, where appropriate, shall prioritize non-police community-based programs.
(b)The council may commission an independent research or academic organization with expertise in clinical social work, criminal justice, behavioral health jail diversion modalities, and accessible analysis of quantitative and qualitative data and communication of study results, to conduct the study. The council shall facilitate the collection of data needed to complete the study pursuant to memoranda of understanding with the department of mental health, the executive office of public safety and security, the executive office of health and human services and relevant social service agencies."
and further amended by adding after the word "including" , in line 1474, the words:- ", but not limited to,"

Amendment 129

Defining Accreditation

Messrs. Velis and Brady, Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Pacheco, Timilty and Feeney move to amend the bill in section 220, line 156, by adding the following definition: “Accreditation”, the establishment of a body of standards that promotes best practices for the profession, including an assessment to demonstrate compliance with those standards.

            Amendment 130

Authority of police officer standards and accreditation committee

Ms. Friedman, Mr. Feeney, Ms. Rausch and Mr. Eldridge move to amend the bill by adding, in line 205, after the word "misconduct", the following words:- " for purposes of certifying, renewing, revoking or otherwise modifying the certification of a law enforcement officer. An investigation by the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall not preclude an investigation by the officer's appointing authority"

            Amendment 131

Adding MOVA to the Law Enforcement Body Camera Taskforce

Messrs. Welch and Tarr move to amend the bill by inserting, in section 64, in line 1312, after the word “designee;” the following words:- “executive director of the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance, or a designee”.

            Redraft Amendment 132

Establishing a Special Commission to Study Racial Segregation in Housing

Messrs. Crighton, Cyr and Eldridge and Ms. Rausch move to amend the bill by inserting the following section:-
"SECTION XX. (a) Not withstanding any general or special law to the contrary, there shall be a special commission to study racial segregation in housing and make recommendations to remedy the causes of housing segregation.
(b) The commission shall investigate for purposes of determining the extent to which the following may contribute to housing segregation based on race (i) state statute and regulations (ii) state programs that financially support prospective tenants and prospective homeowners (iii) state programs that finance or govern the development of affordable housing (iv) discriminatory practices based on race in the banking industry, including underwriting practices and standards used to determine credit worthiness for mortgages (v) discriminatory practices in the real estate industry, including the practices of real estate agents, property managers, and landlords, based on the race of prospective tenants or such prospective tenants’ participation in a state or federal housing voucher program (vi) violations and enforcement of the Fair Housing Act based on race and (vii) exclusionary zoning ordinances and bylaws and (viii) any other topics that it deems relevant to racial housing segregation.
(c) Based on the commission’s investigation of the topics outlined in (b), the commission shall make recommendations to remedy the causes of housing segregation.
(d) The commission shall convene its first meeting within one month of the passage of this act and shall submit its report and recommendations not later than one year after the passage of this act.
(e) A copy of the report and recommendations shall be made publicly available on the website of the department of housing and community development and submitted to the joint committee on housing.
(f) Prior to issuing its recommendations, the commission shall conduct not fewer than 4 public hearings across regions of the Commonwealth.
(g) The commission shall consist of: the house and senate chairs of the joint committee on housing, who shall serve as co-chairs; the secretary of housing and economic development; the commissioner of the department of housing and community development; the commissioner of banks; the attorney general or a designee; the executive director of MassHousing; the president of the senate or a designee; the speaker of the house of representatives or a designee; the minority leader of the house of representatives or a designee; the minority leader of the senate or a designee; the governor or a designee; 3 persons appointed by the president of the senate from a list of not less than 5 nominees from the Massachusetts Black & Latino Legislative Caucus; 3 persons appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives from a list of not less than 5 nominees from the Massachusetts Black & Latino Legislative Caucus; 3 persons appointed by the permanent commission on the status of African Americans as established by section 1 of this act; 3 persons appointed by the president of the senate from organizations with relevant subject matter expertise; 3 persons appointed by the speaker of the house from organizations with relevant subject matter expertise; and 3 persons appointed by the governor from organizations with relevant subject matter expertise.
(1) Members shall not receive compensation for their services but may receive reimbursement for the reasonable expenses incurred in carrying out their responsibilities as members of the commission.
(2) The commissioner of the department of housing and community development, the secretary of housing and economic development, the commissioner of banks, the attorney general, and the executive director of MassHousing shall furnish reasonable staff and other support for the work of the commission."

            Redraft Amendment 133

Data on the use of force in correctional facilities

Messrs. Barrett and Eldridge, Ms. Rausch, Ms. Jehlen and Ms. Creem move to amend the bill in section 63, line 1248, by inserting after the word “by”:- “state and”; and in said section 63, line 1268, by inserting after the word “woman.”:-
“In order to establish clear limitations on the use of physical force by correctional officers, the commission shall collect and analyze data on the use of force against inmates. In furtherance thereof, the department of correction and sheriffs shall provide the commission access to any and all reports written pursuant to 103 CMR 505:13 (1) and (2) or successor provisions.
The commission shall ascertain whether the information provided is uniform, standardized, and reasonably complete and, if not, shall recommend policies to increase uniformity, standardization, and completeness.”

Amendment 134

Opportunity for Appeal

Messrs. Collins, Eldridge, Velis, Brady and Feeney, Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Timilty, Pacheco, Welch, Tarr and Tran move to amend the bill in section 220, in line 158, by striking the words "within the appointing authority or the committee".

Amendment 135

MPTC Regulations

Messrs. Feeney and Eldridge move to amend the bill by striking out, in SECTION 55, in lines 1142 and 1143, the words, "The police officer standards and accreditation committee established in section 221 of Chapter 6” and inserting in place thereof the following words:- "The municipal police training committee established in Chapter 6, section 116 of the M.G.L's".

Amendment 137

Special Commission to Study Qualified Immunity

Messrs. Velis and Moore, Ms. Gobi, Messrs. Brady, Timilty, Pacheco, Tarr and Tran move to amend the bill by striking section 10, lines 409-433, and replacing it with the following, "A special Commission will be convened to study qualified immunity, consisting of four (4) legal experts in the relevant areas of qualified immunity and its impacts on public safety appointed by the Governor, the Senate President, the Speaker of the House, the Chairs of the Ways and Means Committees, and the House and Senate minority leaders, and a designee of the Supreme Judicial Court is hereby created. The Commission shall study the issues of qualified immunity and file a report with the House and Senate Clerks within 180 days from its creation"

Amendment 138

K9 Building Searches

Messrs. Moore, Tarr and O'Connor move to amend the bill in section 55, by striking subsection (f) of section 2 of new chapter 147A, and inserting in place thereof, the following two subsections:-
"(f) A law enforcement officer shall not discharge tear gas or any other chemical weapon, or discharge rubber pellets from a propulsion device to control or influence a person’s behavior unless: (i) de-escalation tactics have been attempted and failed or are not feasible based on the totality of the circumstances; and (ii) the measures used are necessary to prevent imminent harm and the foreseeable harm inflicted by the tear gas or other chemical weapon, or rubber pellets is proportionate to the threat of imminent harm. If a law enforcement officer utilizes tear gas or any other chemical weapon, or rubber pellets against a crowd, the law enforcement officer’s appointing agency shall file a report with the police office standards and accreditation committee detailing all measures that were taken in advance of the event to reduce the probability of disorder and all measures that were taken at the time of the event to de-escalate tensions and avoid the necessity of using the tear gas or other chemical weapon, or rubber pellets. The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall review the report and may make any additional investigation. After such review and investigation, the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall, if applicable, make a finding as to whether the pre-event and contemporaneous de-escalation efforts were adequate and whether the use of such tear gas or other chemical weapon, or rubber pellets was justified.
(g) A law enforcement officer shall not release a dog to control or influence a person’s behavior unless (i) de-escalation tactics have been attempted and failed or are not feasible based on the totality of the circumstances; (ii) the officer has immediately established a perimeter and exhausted all efforts to determine if innocent persons, including police personnel, are within the building; and (iii) such force is necessary to effect the lawful arrest of a person given an order to stop who is believed to have gained unauthorized entry into a building or has fled into a building to hide, and probable cause exists to believe that the person hiding has committed a crime in which potential violent behavior was used or threatened to be used.  In determining the necessity for force and the appropriate level of force, an officer shall evaluate each situation in light of the known circumstances including, but not limited to: the seriousness of the crime; the level of threat or resistance presented by the subject and the danger to the community; and knowledge of the subject’s prior criminal background. If a law enforcement officer utilizes a dog against a crowd, the law enforcement officer’s appointing agency shall file a report with the police office standards and accreditation committee detailing all measures that were taken in advance of the event to reduce the probability of disorder and all measures that were taken at the time of the event to de-escalate tensions and avoid the necessity of using a dog. The police officer standards and accreditation committee shall review the report and may make any additional investigation. After such review and investigation, the police officer standards and accreditation committee shall, if applicable, make a finding as to whether the pre-event and contemporaneous de-escalation efforts were adequate and whether the use of such dog was justified."

            Redraft Amendment 139

Critical incident stress management and peer support programs

Messrs. Montigny, Feeney, Brady and Tarr move to amend the bill by inserting at the end thereof the following new section:-
“SECTION XX. Notwithstanding any special or general law to the contrary, the executive office of public safety and security shall promulgate regulations requiring police departments to participate in critical incident stress management and peer support programs to address police officer mental wellness and suicide prevention as well as address critical incident stress and the effect on public safety. Said programs shall either be created internally within a department or departments may collaborate within a regional system.  Said programs must include, but are not limited to, mental wellness and stress management pre-incident and post-incident education, peer support, availability and referral to professional resources and assistance.  The secretary shall ensure that each officer is notified of said program during each 3 year certification cycle provided in this act."

Amendment 140

Establishing a Special Commission for the Promotion and Celebration of Juneteenth Independence Day

Messrs. Crighton, Cyr and Eldridge, Ms. Comerford and Mr. Tarr move to amend the bill by inserting after section XX the following section:-
"SECTION XX. (a) There is hereby established a special commission, pursuant to section 2A of chapter 4 of the General Laws, to investigate and study the promotion and celebration of Juneteenth Independence Day.
(b) As part of its study and investigation, the commission shall: (i) develop a comprehensive plan for promoting and celebrating Juneteenth Independence Day; (ii) identify all opportunities for individuals, municipalities, or other actors across the different regions of the commonwealth to participate in celebrations; (iii) recommend activities that appropriately commemorate Juneteenth Independence Day, which shall include the publication and distribution of materials and online content; (iv) recommend educational activities for school districts to celebrate Juneteenth Independence Day and (v) make recommendations on any other matter related to the celebration of Juneteenth Independence Day.
(c) The commission shall consist of: the secretary of education or a designee; the secretary of housing and economic development or a designee; the governor or a designee; 3 persons appointed by the president of the senate from a list of not less than 5 nominees from the Massachusetts Black & Latino Legislative Caucus; 3 persons appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives from a list of not less than 5 nominees from the Massachusetts Black & Latino Legislative Caucus; 3 persons appointed by the permanent commission on the status of African Americans as established by section 1 of this act; 3 persons appointed by the president of the senate from organizations with experience in the promotion and celebration of Juneteenth Independence Day or relevant subject matter expertise; 3 persons appointed by the speaker of the house from organizations with experience in the promotion and celebration of Juneteenth Independence Day or with subject matter expertise; 3 persons appointed by the governor from organizations with experience in the promotion and celebration of Juneteenth Independence Day or with relevant subject matter expertise; and 1 person to be appointed by the President of the North Shore Juneteenth Association.
(d) The commission shall convene its first meeting within one month of the passage of this act."

Amendment 141

Guaranteeing Victims of Violence Access to Services

Messrs. Welch and Montigny move to amend the bill by adding the following section:-
“SECTION XX.  Section 1 of chapter 258B, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the word “stepparent” in line 16 the following word:-
grandparent”, and

by inserting after section XX the following new section:-
“SECTION XX. Said Section 1 of chapter 258B, as so appearing, is hereby further amended by inserting after the words “two hundred and fifty-eight C,” in line 17 the following words:- person with whom the victim lived and in a relationship similar to marriage”, and by inserting after section XX the following new section:-
“SECTION XX. Chapter 258B is hereby further amended by striking out section 2, as so appearing, and inserting in place thereof the following section:
Section 2. Services provided in this chapter shall be afforded to victims and family members of violent crimes, including homicide and sexual assault, to the fullest extent possible in matters that have not resulted in complaints or indictments have not been issued. Furthermore, prosecutors shall not be precluded from providing, subject to appropriation, services under this chapter to any natural person or family member of such natural person who suffers direct or threatened physical, emotional or financial harm as the result of the commission or attempted commission of a crime or delinquency offense in which complaints or indictments have not been issued”.

Amendment 142

Emerging Adults

Messrs. Cyr and Eldridge, Ms. DiZoglio and Mr. Welch move to amend the bill by adding the following:- in Line 857 of Section 40 by inserting after "dropout prevention," the following: "or participation in a nonprofit employment social enterprise".   
In line 479 of Section 16 by inserting after "Massachusetts Association for Mental Health, Inc.," the following: one member appointed by the New England Streetworker Network".
In line 1247 of Section 63 by inserting after "juvenile detention officers," the following: "including integration with community-based reentry partners that serve emerging adults".
In line 1267 of Section 63 by inserting after "Families for Justice as Healing Inc.," the following: "one member with streetwork experience appointed by the UTEC Training Center for Excellence" .
In Line 1468 of Section 66 by inserting after "community-based response," the following: "and street outreach interventions".

Amendment 143

Victim Protection During the Pandemic

Messrs. Welch and Montigny move to amend the bill by adding the following section:-
“SECTION XX: Section 119A of chapter 127, as appearing in the 2018 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting, in section (c)(1), after the word “prisoner” the following words:- “excluding a prisoner convicted of murder in the first degree”.

Amendment 144

False statement

Messrs. Tarr, O'Connor and Montigny move to amend the bill in line 1148 by adding the following section “anyone who knowingly makes a false statement to the police officer standards and accreditation committee during the course of an investigation or hearing shall be found guilty of a crime punishable by no more than 6 months prison or in the house of corrections or $1000 fine or both.”

            Redraft Amendment 145

Qualified Immunity

Messrs. Keenan, Moore and Feeney move to amend the bill in section 10, by striking out proposed subsection (c) of section 11I of chapter 12 of the general laws, and inserting in place thereof the following subsection:-  “(c) In an action under this section, qualified immunity shall apply to claims for monetary damages except upon a finding that the reasonable conduct complained of was willful, wanton, and reckless, and that the officer knew or should have known that such conduct would violate the law.”]

SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, JULY 16.

            287. [H. 4547] Bill (H.) authorizing and accelerating transportation investment (House, No. 4547). 2d.
            [On House, No. 4506, amended.]
            [From the committee on Transportation.]
            [The committee on Bonding, Capital Expenditures and State Assets (Moore) recommends that the bill be amended by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text of Senate document numbered 2739.]
            [The committee on Ways and Means (Rodrigues) recommends that the bill be amended by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text of Senate document numbered 2813.]
            [Order relative to subject matter adopted.]

NOTICE SECTION.

THIRD READING MATTERS. 

            10. [H. 3509] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Joseph Klimkofski, Jr., an employee of Department of Public Health (House, No. 3509). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            13. [S. 2194] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Chung Tam, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (Senate, No. 2194). 3d. [Brady.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            16. [H. 3683] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Autumn Fugere, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 3683). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            41. [H. 3814] Bill (H.) providing for the construction of improvements to Arsenal Park in the city known as the town of Watertown (House, No. 3814). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            42. [S. 2236] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Kristen Casano, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (Senate, No. 2236). 3d. [Brady.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            46. [H. 3816] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Sheri Panas, an employee of the department of unemployment assistance (House, No. 3816). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            49. [H. 3850] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Jennifer Desjardins an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 3850, amended). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]
            [Amended by the House by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:-
            "Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to establish forthwith a sick leave bank for a certain employee of the department of children and families, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.".]
 
            50. [H. 3861] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Tanycha Bonilla, an employee of the department of children and families (House, No. 3861). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            51. [H. 3862] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Susan Purcell, an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 3862). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            60. [S. 2249] Bill relative to the charter of the town of Winchendon (Senate, No. 2249). 3d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            76. [H. 3943] Bill (H) establishing a sick leave bank for Nicole Reidy, an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 3943). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            77. [H. 3957] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Darcy F. Currey, an employee of the Department of Correction (House, No. 3957). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]
 
            80. [H. 3962] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Beth Baldwin, an employee of the Division of Capital Asset and Management Maintenance (House, No. 3962). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            81. [H. 3964] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Salvador A. Bolanos, an employee of the parole board (House, No. 3964). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            83. [S. 445] Bill prohibiting the use of mobile gear in certain waters off the coast of the town of Nantucket (Senate, No. 445). 3d. [Gobi.]
            [On House, No. 777.]
            [Local approval received on Senate, No. 445.]
            [From the committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.] 

            87. [S. 2260] Bill authorizing the town of Townsend to continue the employment of Richard Bailey as police chief (Senate, No. 2260, changed). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [Changed by the committee on Public Service (Brady) in line 9 by striking out the figure "2010" and inserting in place there of the following figure:- 2020.]

            91. [S. 2300] Bill authorizing the town of Scituate to use certain land for general municipal purposes without Article 97 restrictions on such use (Senate, No. 2300). 3d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            100. [H. 3968] Bill (H.) relative to the town administrator in the town of Fairhaven (House, No. 3968). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            107. [H. 3952] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Christine Smith, an employee of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (House, No. 3952). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            109. [H. 3981] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Robert Jaillet, an employee of the Department of Correction (House, No. 3981, amended). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]
            [Amended by the House by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:
            "Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to establish forthwith a sick leave bank for a certain employee of the department of correction, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.".]

            128. [H. 3678] Bill (H.) amending the charter of the city of Attleboro by making all gender references therein gender neutral (House, No. 3678). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            134. [S. 2362] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Yves Louis, an employee of the Department of Youth Services (Senate, No. 2362). 3d. [Brady.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            140. [S. 2371] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Tiffany Myers, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Correction (Senate, No. 2371). 3d. [Brady.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            152. [H. 4036] Bill (H.) establishing a charter for the town of Plainville (House, No. 4036). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            158. [H. 4109] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Christopher Trigilio, an employee of the trial court (House, No. 4109). 3d.
            [From the committee on The Judiciary.]

            183. [H. 4098] Bill (H.) providing for special police officers in the city of Leominster (House, No. 4098). 3d.
            [On House, No. 2288.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 2288.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            188. [S. 2442] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Robert Aronosky, an employee of the Worcester County House of Correction (Senate, No. 2442). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            190. [S. 2456] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Kathleen J. Richard, an employee of the department of correction (Senate, No. 2456). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            191. [H. 4188] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Judith Alexandre, an employee of Department of Children and Families (House, No. 4188). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            192. [H. 4200] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Racquel Cardoza, an employee of the Department of Transitional Assistance (House, No. 4200). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            193. [H. 4250] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Amy Glidden, an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 4250, amended). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]
            [Amended by the House by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:-
            “Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to establish forthwith a sick leave bank for a certain employee of the department of children and families, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.”.]

            197. [H. 3677] Bill (H.) authorizing the appointing authority of the town of Bridgewater to appoint police cadets (House, No. 3677, amended). 3d.
            [On Senate, No. 2219 and House, No. 3677.]
            [Local approval received on Senate, No. 2219 and House, No. 3677.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]
            [Amended by the House in section 4, in line 21, by striking out the following:- “January 1,, 2019” and inserting in place thereof the following: “upon its passage”.]

            198. [H. 4214] Bill (H.) renaming of the board of selectmen in the town of West Boylston (House, No. 4214). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            199. [H. 4124] Bill (H.) designating a certain pavilion shelter on the Esplanade in the city of Boston as the Priebatsch Pavilion (House, No. 4124). 3d.
            [From the committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.]

            200. [H. 4216] Bill (H.) designating a park at the crest of Winthrop Beach as the Richard Honan Park (House, No. 4216). 3d.
            [From the committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.]

            203. [S. 1186] Bill relative to the Burncoat Pond Watershed District (Senate, No. 1186). 3d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            204. [S. 1199] Bill authorizing the town of Westport to convey a non-exclusive access easement in a portion of town property at 493 Old County Road to benefit 497 Old County Road (Senate, No. 1199). 3d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            207. [H. 4034] Bill (H.) relative to recall elections in the town of Charlton (House, No. 4034). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Election Laws.]

            208. [H. 4167] Bill (H.) providing for alternate members of the conservation commission of the town of Clinton (House, No. 4167). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            209. [H. 4222] Bill (H.) amending the charter of the town of Chelmsford to change the name of the board of selectmen to select board (House, No. 4222). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            210. [H. 4244] Bill (H.) providing for certain tax assessments and pilot agreements for solar and wind systems in the town of Mattapoisett (House, No. 4244). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Revenue.]

            211. [H. 4346] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Mashpee to convey certain town owned conservation land to Mark and Donna Lopez (House, No. 4346). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4191.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4191.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            212. [S. 2462] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Jennifer Capone, an employee of the Department of Children and Families (Senate, No. 2462). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            213. [H. 4199] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Karlene Derozier, an employee of the Department of Public Health (House, No. 4199). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            216. [H. 4321] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Michael A. Daigle, an employee of the Department of Correction (House, No. 4321). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4314.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            223. [S. 2317] Bill establishing a building permit surcharge in the town of Concord (Senate, No. 2317). 3d. [Crighton.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Housing.]
            [Representative DeCoste of Norwell dissenting.]

            224. [S. 2402] Bill relative to removing the position of police chief from civil service (Senate, No. 2402). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            225. [S. 2421] Bill further defining the purposes of the affordable housing trust in the city of Somerville (Senate, No. 2421). 3d. [Crighton.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Housing.]
            [Representative DeCoste of Norwell dissenting.]

            226. [S. 2439] Bill relative to wind and solar systems within the town of Mattapoisett (Senate, No. 2439). 3d. [Hinds.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Revenue.]

            227. [S. 2525] Bill relative to the establishment of a Hingham means-tested property tax exemption (Senate, No. 2525). 3d. [Hinds.]
            [On Senate, No. 2243.]
            [Local approval received on Senate, No. 2243.]
            [From the committee on Revenue.]

            228. [H. 4041] Bill (H.) authorizing the Salem scholarship and education committee to provide scholarships from funds set aside for educational purposes (House, No. 4041). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

             230. [H. 4235] Bill (H.) relative to Westford Home Rule Charter (House, No. 4235). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

             235. [S. 1672] Bill authorizing the town of Charlton to establish an additional excise on sales of gasoline and diesel fuel (Senate, No. 1672). 3d. [Hinds.]
             [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Revenue.]

             236. [S. 2257] Bill authorizing employees of the city of Fall River the ability to apply with the Fall River Retirement Board to purchase credible service for military service (Senate, No. 2257). 3d. [Finegold.]
             [ Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

             237. [S. 2290] Bill providing for recall elections in the town of East Bridgewater (Senate, No. 2290). 2d. [Finegold.]
             [Local approval received.]
             [From the committee on Election Laws.]

             238. [S. 2318] Bill establishing a real estate transfer fee upon the transfer of property in the town of Concord (Senate, No. 2318). 2d. [Hinds.]
             [Local approval received.]
             [From the committee on Revenue.]

            239. [S. 2497] Bill authorizing the town of Scituate to establish the date of its annual town election (printed in Senate, No. 2497). 2d. [Finegold.]
             [From the committee on Election Laws.]

            240. [S. 2561] Bill authorizing Nikos Sofronas to take the civil service examination for the position of firefighter in the city of Haverhill notwithstanding the maximum age requirement (Senate, No. 2561). 2d. [Finegold.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            241. [S. 2562] Bill authorizing Diana Grullon to take the civil service examination for the position of firefighter in the city of Haverhill notwithstanding the maximum age requirement (Senate, No. 2562). 2d. [Finegold.]
            [On Senate, No. 2562 and House, No. 4510.]
            [Local approval received on Senate, No. 2562 and House, No. 4510.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            242. [H. 3685] Bill (H.) relative to the Northampton Housing Authority (House, No. 3685). 2d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Housing.]

            243. [H. 4155] Bill (H.) relative to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund Board in the city of Chelsea (House, No. 4155). 2d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            244. [H. 4312] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Hanover to grant 13 additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4312). 2d.
            [On House, No. 4060.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4060.]
            [From the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.]
            [Amended by the House in section 1, in line 18, by inserting after the word “If” the words “a licensee terminates or fails to renew the license granted under this section or if”.]

            245. [H. 4336] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Clinton to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4336). 2d.
            [On House, No. 4164.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4164.]
            [From the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.]

            246. [H. 4337] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Clinton to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4337). 2d.
            [On House, No. 4165.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4165.]
            [From the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.]

            247. [H. 4339] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Westford to grant two additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4339). 2d.
            [On House, No. 4234.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4234.]
            [From the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.]
            [Amended by the House in in section 1 in lines 23, 24 and 25 by striking out the paragraph in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following paragraph: “(e) One of the licenses granted under this act shall be issued within 1 year after January 30, 2020 and the second license shall be issued within 2 years after the effective date of the of this act; provided, however, that a license originally granted within that period may be granted to a new applicant under subsections (c) or (d) thereafter.”.]

            248. [H. 4438] Bill (H.) relative to certain affordable housing in the Charlestown section of the city of Boston (House, No. 4438). 2d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Housing.]

            249. [H. 4549] Bill (H.) authorizing the city of Boston to grant an additional license for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4549). 2d.
            [On House, No. 4100.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4100.]
            [From the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.]

            250. [S. 2521] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Michelle Ceurvels, an employee of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (Senate, No. 2521). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            251. [S. 2522] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Marie Romelus, an employee of the Center for Health Information and Analysis (Senate, No. 2522). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            252. [S. 2523] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Richard G. Perry, an employee of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (Senate, No. 2523). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            253. [S. 2604] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Trek Reef, an employee of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (Senate, No. 2604). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            254. [S. 2623] Bill authorizing Brian M. Belfiore to take the civil service examination for the position of firefighter in the city of Haverhill notwithstanding the maximum age requirement (Senate, No. 2623). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            255. [S. 2681] Bill relative to supplemental reserves in the town of Winchendon (Senate, No. 2681). 3d. [Rausch.]
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            256. [S. 2742] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for William Marzilli, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (Senate, No. 2742). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            257. [S. 2747] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Denise M. Lazzara, an employee of the Department of Correction (Senate, No. 2747). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            258. [S. 2761] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Nicholas Asselin, an employee of the Department of Correction (Senate, No. 2761). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [On Senate, No. 2749.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            259. [S. 2762] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Patrick Burns, an employee of the Department of Correction (Senate, No. 2762). 3d. [Finegold.]
            [On Senate, No. 2748.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            260. [S. 2787] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Charlotte Charest, an employee of the Middlesex Probate and Family Court (Senate, No. 2787). 3d. [Eldridge.]
            [From the committee on The Judiciary.]

            261. [H. 4123] Bill (H.) authorizing the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance to transfer certain parcels of land to the City of Northampton (House, No. 4123). 3d.
            [From the committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.]

            262. [H. 4193] Bill (H.) relative to the historic curatorship program in the town of Hamilton (House, No. 4193). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Revenue.]

            263. [H. 4319] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Hopkinton to remove certain land from a conservation restriction (House, No. 4319). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            264. [H. 4329] Bill (H.) to amend the charter of the city of Greenfield (House, No. 4329). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            265. [H. 4330] Bill (H.) exempting the city of Northampton from appointing weighers of hay, weighers of coal, and fence viewers (House, No. 4330, amended). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]
            [Amended by the House by adding the following section: “SECTION 4. This act shall take effect upon its passage.”.]

            266. [H. 4334] Bill (H.) authorizing the city of Fitchburg to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4334). 3d.
            [On House, No. 3747.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 3747.]
            [From the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.]

            267. [H. 4388] Bill (H.) making the charter of the Town of Sudbury gender neutral (House, No. 4388). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            268. [H. 4477] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Arlington to establish a means tested senior citizen property tax exemption (House, No. 4477). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4081.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4081.]
            [From the committee on Revenue.]

            269. [H. 4481] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Geo Bernardone, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (House, No. 4481). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            270. [H. 4589] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Hadley to transfer the care and control of park land in the town of Hadley to the board of selectmen (House, No. 4589, amended). 3d.
            [Local approval received.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]
            [Amended by the House in section 1, in line 2, by inserting after the word “transfer” the words “the care and control of”; and in line 4 by inserting after the figures: “91” the words “from the park and recreation commission of the town”.]

            271. [H. 4644] Bill (H.) authorizing the Town of Lunenburg to grant an additional license for the sale of wines and malt beverages on the premises to Lanni Orchards (House, No. 4644). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4365.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4365.]
            [From the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.]

            272. [H. 4653] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Kimberly Brantley, an employee of Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 4653). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            273. [H. 4654] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Jessica Ocasio, an employee of Department of Transitional Assistance (House, No. 4654). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            274. [H. 4655] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Jennifer Logan, an employee of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (House, No. 4655). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            275. [H. 4657] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Amanda Caruso, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Corrections (House, No. 4657). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            276. [H. 4662] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Paula Euber, an employee of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (House, No. 4662). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4651.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            278. [H. 4678] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Jennifer Brown, an employee of Department of Children and Families (House, No. 4678). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4656.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            279. [H. 4741] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Thomas Hartley, an employee of Department of Correction (House, No. 4741). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            280. [H. 4756] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Rebecca L. Stratford, an employee of Department of Correction (House, No. 4756). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4724.]
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            281. [H. 4775] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Shutesbury to convey certain land (House, No. 4775). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4221.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4221.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            282. [H. 4805] Bill (H.) authorizing the commissioner of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance to grant certain easements to the town of Bourne (House, No. 4805). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4007.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4007.]
            [From the committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.]

            283. [H. 4816] Bill (H.) establishing a sick leave bank for Alexandra Jordankova, an employee of the department of developmental services (House, No. 4816). 3d.
            [From the committee on Public Service.]

            284. [H. 4819] Bill (H.) relative to the conveyance of a certain parcel of land in the city of Lowell (House, No. 4819). 3d.
            [On House, No. 2749.]
            [From the committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.]

            285. [H. 4833] Bill (H.) authorizing the town of Hadley to convey a conservation restriction on certain parcels of land (House, No. 4833). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4714.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4714.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

            286. [H. 4834] Bill (H.) relative to the Revere & Son Heritage Trust Corporation (House, No. 4834). 3d.
            [On House, No. 4442.]
            [Local approval received on House, No. 4442.]
            [From the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.]

POSTPONED UNTIL FRIDAY, JULY 31.

            217. [S. 1376] Bill relative to automated enforcement (Senate, No. 1376). [Question on ordering to a third reading.] [Moore.]
            [From the committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security.]
            [The committee on Ways and Means (Rodrigues) recommends that the bill be amended by substituting a new draft with the same title (Senate, No. 2553).]
            [Order relative to subject matter adopted.]
            [Mr. Fattman moved that the matter be laid on the table.]
            [Laid over under the provisions of Senate Rule 24.]
            [10 minutes debate – 3 minutes per Senator.]
            [Vote comes first on motion to lay on the table.]
            [Postponed on motion of Mr. Tarr – July 10]