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Accident reports, surcharge for record requests to fund justice information data exchange: SB 6084
Accident reports, surcharge for reports furnished to fund justice information data exchange: SSB 6084
Animals, cruelty to, authority of officers to act in cases of: HB 2644, * SHB 2644, CH 181 (2016)
Cameras, body worn, legislative task force on law enforcement and corrections agency use of: * EHB 2362, CH 163 (2016)
Cameras, vehicle-mounted and body worn, legislative task force on law enforcement use of: SHB 1917
Cell site simulator devices, use without a warrant, prohibiting, exception: HB 1440, * ESHB 1440, CH 222 (2015)
City police departments, court marshals of, adding to uniformed personnel for collective bargaining: HB 2849, SHB 2849, SB 6417
Community policing services, western state hospital to contract for: HB 1756, SHB 1756, SB 5261, SSB 5261
Criminal justice employees, residence of, GPS data indicating, public disclosure exemption: * SB 5482, CH 91 (2015)
Criminal offender supervision, peace officers assisting department of corrections: HB 2704, SB 5783, * SB 6459, CH 234 (2016)
Crisis intervention training for new officers, requirements: HB 1348, SHB 1348, SB 5311, SSB 5311, * 2SSB 5311, CH 87 (2015)
Custody, persons in, health care at hospitals, accompanying and payment of hospital for: SB 5593, * SSB 5593, CH 267 (2015)
Deadly force, community policing standards (COPS) for a safer Washington, joint legislative task force on, establishing: HB 2908
Deadly force, policing and the use of, task force on, convening: SB 6621
Deadly force, use in community policing, joint legislative task force, establishing: * ESHB 2908, CH 200 (2016)
Deadly force, use of by law enforcement, data reporting requirements: HB 2882, SB 6294
Deadly force, use of by public or peace officers, justifiable, when: HB 2907
Detaining of person, determining legal status in USA during, authorizing, when: HB 2284
Developmental disability, person with, residing at address, alerting officers regarding: SB 6465
Disability, person with, alerting first responders when at scene: HB 2287, SHB 2287
Disability, person with, training program for first responders when at scene: SHB 2287
Dispatch operators, classifying as uniformed personnel for arbitration purposes: HB 1122
Emergencies, providing call location and information to law enforcement: SB 5158, * ESSB 5158, CH 190 (2015)
Equipment, agency acquisition from department of defense through 1033 or other program, requirements: HB 2203
Federal immigration detainers and administrative warrants, state and local enforcement of, prohibiting: HB 1716, SHB 1716
Firearms, dealer deliveries to officers, requirements: HB 1535, SB 5476, SB 5539
Firearms, in agency custody and forfeited, destruction only when illegal: HB 2372
Firearms, privately owned, return to owner by law enforcement agency: HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5381, * SSB 5381, CH 130 (2015)
Firearms, transfers involving officers, background check exemption, when: SB 5615
Fish and wildlife enforcement officers, commissioned, collective bargaining by coalition of exclusive representatives: SSB 5763
Fish and wildlife enforcement officers, commissioned, interest arbitration for: HB 1964, SB 5763
Force, use by law enforcement or school officers to restrain child, when lawful: HB 2776
Forensic phlebotomists, when law enforcement officers, venipuncture training program for: SB 5066, SSB 5066
Gangs, criminal street gang activity at rental properties, law enforcement response: HB 2897, SB 5894
Gangs, gang data bases, exemption from disclosure: HB 1980, * ESHB 1980, CH 224 (2015) PV, SB 6020
High occupancy vehicle lanes, use by law enforcement vehicles, when: HB 2569
Hiring and continuing employment, lawful permanent residents, extending eligibility to, when: HB 2543, SB 6319, SSB 6319
Homicide, justifiable, by law enforcement, data reporting requirements: HB 2882, SB 6294
Homicide, justifiable, community policing standards (COPS) for a safer Washington, joint legislative task force on, establishing: HB 2908
Homicide, justifiable, use of deadly force in community policing, joint legislative task force, establishing: * ESHB 2908, CH 200 (2016)
Human trafficking, at rental properties, law enforcement response: HB 2897, SB 5894
Human trafficking, state laws, criminal justice personnel training program on: HB 2098, SB 5933, * SSB 5933, CH 101 (2015)
Impeachment, officers susceptible to, disciplinary or adverse actions against, prohibited, when: HB 1512, SB 5589
Indian tribal officials, access to prescription drug monitoring database: * HB 1637, CH 49 (2015), SB 5290
Investigative law enforcement officer, as deceased victim's representative at sentencing hearing: SB 6099, SSB 6099
Juvenile, 16 or 17, assaulting family or household member, arresting: HB 1226, * SB 5605, CH 113 (2016), SB 6529, SSB 6529
Liability, of officers, agents, and employees of law enforcement agencies, limiting: HB 2276
Liability, of peace officers, including use of less lethal weapon, immunity: HB 2277
Liquor control board enforcement officers, provisions: HB 1537, SHB 1537, SB 5399
Liquor enforcement officers, authority in relation to state, county, and municipal officers: HB 2369, SB 6305
Marijuana, illegal production, enforcement through eradication, law enforcement role: HB 1418, HB 2162
Marijuana, illegal, seizure and auction of, law enforcement role: HB 1650
Officers, law enforcement, recognizing: * SR 8642 (2015)
Officers, law enforcement, Washington's, commending: * SR 8691 (2016)
Officers, traffic infractions issued by, considering during performance reviews, prohibiting: HB 2399
Peace officers, criminal offender supervision, assisting department of corrections: HB 2704, SB 5783, * SB 6459, CH 234 (2016)
Police vehicle, attempting to elude, sentencing enhancement for: HB 1330
Radar devices, deployment of, requiring signed search warrant for: HB 2216
Recorders, law enforcement oversight, requirements: HB 1910, SB 5732
Recordings, video or sound, access by individuals interacting with officers: HB 1917, SHB 1917, * EHB 2362, CH 163 (2016)
Recordings, video or sound, by law enforcement officers using body camera: SHB 1917, * EHB 2362, CH 163 (2016)
Retired officers, firearms possession on school facilities, permitting, when: SB 5500
Sensing devices, extraordinary, use by law enforcement, requirements and prohibitions: HB 1639, ESHB 1639, SB 5714
Sexual assault, examination kits for, law enforcement handling of: HB 1068, * SHB 1068, CH 247 (2015), SB 5225
Sexual assault, examination kits, examining kits not submitted and reinvestigating cases, grant program: HB 2530, SHB 2530, SB 6484
Sexual assault, examination kits, sexual assault kit program and account, creating: HB 2530, SHB 2530, * 2SHB 2530, CH 173 (2016), SB 6484
Sexual assault, examination kits, statewide kit tracking system, creating: HB 2530, SHB 2530, * 2SHB 2530, CH 173 (2016), SB 6484
Sexual assault, examinations and untested kits, review of best practice models: * SHB 1068, CH 247 (2015)
Sheriff's offices, civil service commissions for, chief examiners of, requirements: * EHB 1752, CH 82 (2016)
Sheriff's offices, court marshals of, adding to uniformed personnel for collective bargaining: HB 1987, SB 5239, * ESB 6092, CH 6 (2015)
Sheriffs and police chiefs, Washington association of, mental health agency referrals after suicide attempt report, model policy: * 2SHB 1448, CH 158 (2016)
Sheriffs, financial affairs statement, requirements: HB 1397, SB 5308
Silva, Officer Rick, Chehalis police department, honoring: * HR 4646 (2015)
State patrol, cannabinoids, cathinones, and methcathinones, synthetic, pilot program for instant identification: ESB 5673
State patrol, commissioned officer salary increases, funding with tax revenues in state patrol highway account: HB 2914
State patrol, felony firearm offenses conviction database, provisions: HB 2410, * SHB 2410, CH 94 (2016)
State patrol, fire training academy, delivery of basic training and testing: HB 1382, * SHB 1382, CH 43 (2015), SB 5455, SSB 5455
State patrol, first responder alert program for persons with developmental disabilities, administering: SB 6465
State patrol, hiring of newly trained troopers, payback system for organizations for: SB 6331
State patrol, identification and criminal history section, criminal history records change notification program: SHB 2080
State patrol, identification and criminal history section, fingerprint background checks: HB 2080, SHB 2080, SB 5720
State patrol, officer salaries and benefits, competitive: HB 1580, SB 5304, SB 6331, SB 6547, SSB 6547
State patrol, officer salaries, competitive: SHB 2872
State patrol, one-time pay increase for troopers, sergeants, lieutenants, and captains: * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
State patrol, outreach and marketing strategic plan for recruitment, developing: * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016), SB 6547, SSB 6547
State patrol, recruiting and retaining commissioned officers: HB 2872, SHB 2872, * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016), HB 2914
State patrol, routine traffic enforcement, eliminating reporting requirement: * EHB 2883, CH 197 (2016)
State patrol, task force on missing and exploited children, terminating advisory board for: HB 1311, * SB 5270, CH 208 (2016)
State patrol, trooper and sergeant salaries, competitive: * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016)
State patrol, wireless telecommunications provider contact information database, maintaining: SB 5158, * ESSB 5158, CH 190 (2015)
Students, warrantless search exception for school resource officers and local police school liaison officers: SB 6230, SSB 6230
Suicide, reports of threatened or attempted, law enforcement agency procedures: HB 1448, ESHB 1448, * 2SHB 1448, CH 158 (2016), SB 5781
Suicide, reports of threatened or attempted, referrals by agencies: * 2SHB 1448, CH 158 (2016)
Tribal enforcement agencies, state parks civil infractions enforcement, when: * SHB 2765, CH 185 (2016)
Unmanned aerial vehicles, use by law enforcement, procedures and prohibitions: HB 2016
Vehicles, unmarked, local peace officer authority to use: HB 1951
Vulnerable adult protection orders, persons violating, arrest without warrant: HB 1316, * SHB 1316, CH 248 (2015)
Vulnerable adult protection orders, persons violating, arrest without warrant by peace officer: SB 5250
Warrant officers, in police departments, authority to establish, requirements, duties: HB 1029, HB 1846, SB 5004, * SSB 5004, CH 288 (2015)
Weapons, use of less lethal weapon, peace officer immunity from liability for: HB 2277