Topical Index

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               (See also SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Assault of a child in the first degree, changing offender score for: HB 2727
Assault of a child in the first degree, community custody provisions for persons convicted of: HB 2725
Assault of a child in the first degree, offender sentencing review requirements and conditions of release: * EHB 2279, CH 214 (2009)
Assaulting a law enforcement or corrections officer or employee, sanction for offenders violating sentence conditions by: HB 2781, SHB 2781, SB 6550, SSB 6550
Bail, excepting certain persons and crimes from being bailable by sufficient sureties: HJR 4213, HJR 4214, HJR 4218, HJR 4220, * ESHJR 4220 (2010), SJR 8218, ESSJR 8218, SJR 8224
Body armor, possession by certain convicted felons unlawful: HB 1922
Categories of offenders supervised by department of corrections, reduction: SB 5288
Categories of offenders supervised by department of corrections, revisions: * ESSB 5288, CH 375 (2009) PV
Certificate of discharge, issuance in relation to existing no-contact order: HB 1002, SB 5167, SSB 5167
Certificate of discharge, no-contact order: * ESHB 1002, CH 288 (2009) PV
Community custody, arresting or charging of offenders under community custody with a new felony offense: SB 6548
Community custody, developing an evidence-based community custody system for adult felons: HB 1689, SB 5325
Community custody, increasing effectiveness of supervision by community corrections officers through searches of offenders: HB 1840
Community custody, increasing effectiveness of supervision by community corrections officers through searches of offenders and recommendations of sanctions for violations: HB 1839
Community custody, limiting alternatives to confinement for certain offenders who violate the terms of: HB 3117, SB 6315
Community custody, provisions: HB 2325
Community custody, provisions for alternative sentencing: HB 1791, * SHB 1791, CH 389 (2009), SB 5702
Community custody, supervision requirement for offenders with a current conviction for a serious violent offense when sentenced to: * SSB 6162, CH 376 (2009) PV
Community custody, technical corrections to RCW provisions: HB 1263, SHB 1263, SB 5190, * SSB 5190, CH 28 (2009)
Competency evaluation and restoration, procedural reform: ESB 5519, SSB 5519
Conditions and requirements of a sentence, offender violation of: HB 2626
Confiscation of funds from convicted offenders, procedures: HB 2847
Cost savings, correctional: SB 6175
County supervised community options: * HB 1361, CH 227 (2009)
County supervised community options, offenders with standard sentence range under one year: HB 1933
Criminally insane persons, restricting leave from state facilities for: * SHB 2717, CH 262 (2010)
Criminally insane persons, restricting outings from state facilities for: HB 2717
Criminally insane, notification requirements when escape or disappearance from state facility occurs: HB 2422, * SHB 2422, CH 28 (2010), SB 6722
Death penalty, reducing criminal justice expenses by eliminating the death penalty in favor of life incarceration: HB 1909
Deferred prosecution, increasing costs for administering: HB 2487, * SHB 2487, CH 54 (2010), SB 6514
Deferred prosecution, treatment plan filing: * HB 1257, CH 135 (2009), SB 5985
Delayed sentencing, offenders with a standard sentencing range under one year: HB 2077, SB 6067
Developmental disabilities, mental health court provisions for offenders with: HB 2865, SHB 2865
Discharging vulnerable persons from state facilities into homelessness, providing options for housing in order to avoid: HB 2905, SHB 2905, SB 6478
DNA identification system, broader collection of biological samples: SB 5026
DNA identification system, collection of biological sample when conviction is the result of a plea agreement: SSB 5026
DNA identification system, costs for collection of samples: HB 2486, SHB 2486, SB 6230
DNA identification system, mandatory collection of sample at time of arrest for felony, misdemeanor, or patronizing a prostitute: HB 1382
DNA identification system, mandatory collection of sample from all adults lawfully arrested for sex offenses and certain other crimes: SHB 1382
Domestic violence offenders, ensuring punishment: HB 1220, HB 2427, ESHB 2427, SB 5208, SSB 5208, 2SSB 5208, SB 6203
Domestic violence offenders, prohibiting release until preliminary appearance or arraignment when arrested and detained: HB 2827
Domestic violence offenders, prohibiting release until probable cause determination when arrested and detained: SHB 2827
Domestic violence, treatment programs for offenders: HB 2778, SHB 2778
Drug offenses, provisions for alternative sentencing: HB 1791, * SHB 1791, CH 389 (2009), SB 5702, SSB 5702
Earned release time, incentive time for offenders completing evidence-based programming: HB 2371
Earned release time, jail certification from a correctional agency that calculates: SSB 5701
Escape or disappearance of criminally insane from state facility, notification requirements: HB 2422, * SHB 2422, CH 28 (2010), SB 6722
Extradition of persons of unsound mind, adopting provisions of the interstate compact on mental health: HB 2533
Extraordinary medical placement, conditions: * EHB 2194, CH 441 (2009)
Felons, encouraging rehabilitation through education and employment opportunities: SB 5142
Felony offenses, individualized determination by judicial officer of conditions of release: * HB 2625, CH 254 (2010), SB 6664
Fifty percent release time, continuing availability for certain nonviolent offenders: HB 1924
Housing, focus group to examine the need for housing for individuals at a high risk of being homeless: SSB 5219
Human remains, order of vesting and petitions for right to control disposition of remains in certain cases of certain serious crimes: SSB 6277
Human remains, order of vesting for right to control disposition of remains in certain cases of certain serious crimes: SB 6277
Illegal alien offenders, release to citizenship and immigration services for early deportation: HB 2188
Illegal alien offenders, release to immigration and customs enforcement agency for early deportation: SHB 2188, ESB 6183
Illegal aliens, collection of DNA sample when convicted of being unlawfully present under federal immigration law: SB 6567
Improving sentencing and supervision in confinement and in the community in order to improve public safety: HB 2294
Insanity, establishment of psychiatric security review board to supervise persons acquitted by reason of: SB 6549
Intermediate tenancies for persons with criminal backgrounds or substance abuse issues, provisions: SSB 6338
Internet solicitations posted by an incarcerated felon, notice of felon's incarcerated status to be posted with: HB 2063
Interstate commission for adult offender supervision, requesting immediate initiation of emergency rule-making process: * SJM 8026 (2010)
Interstate compact for adult offender supervision, state's participation in: SHB 2624, * SSB 6548, CH 258 (2010)
Interstate compact for adult offender supervision, temporary suspension of state's participation in: HB 2624
Intoxication, eliminating voluntary intoxication as a defense against a criminal charge: HB 2690
Judgments against offenders, accrual of interest: SB 5146, SSB 5146
Kidnapping and registered sex offenders, petitions for relief from duty to register: HB 2945
Kidnapping and registered sex offenders, program to verify address and residency of: HB 2534, * SHB 2534, CH 265 (2010), SB 6360, SSB 6360
Kidnapping and registered sex offenders, sex offender policy board to make recommendations concerning submission of information regarding offender e-mail addresses: * ESHB 2035, CH 532 (2009)
Kidnapping and registered sex offenders, submission of information regarding their e-mail addresses and web sites: HB 2035
Kidnapping and sex offenses, improving administration and efficiency of registration: * SSB 6414, CH 267 (2010)
Medical care for persons incarcerated in city or county correctional facilities: HB 2284
Medication management in jails, jail medication management work group to develop a model policy: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 411 (2009)
Mentally ill defendants, found or pleading guilty and mentally ill: HB 2718, HB 2887, SB 5253, SSB 5253, SB 6310
Nonconviction data, deletion from criminal justice agency files: SB 6223
Nonviolent criminals, alternatives to incarceration: SB 6175
Nonviolent offenders with minor children, alternatives to total confinement for: HB 3045, SHB 3045, 2SHB 3045, SB 6639, * SSB 6639, CH 224 (2010)
Nonviolent offenders, continuing availability of fifty percent release time for certain offenders: HB 1924
Notification of victims and witnesses, domestic violence court order violations added to list of eligible offenses: * HB 1790, CH 400 (2009), SB 5703, SSB 5703
Offenses not bailable by sufficient sureties, adding offenses that may result in a mandatory life sentence: HJR 4218, SJR 8218, ESSJR 8218
Parents, alternatives to total confinement for nonviolent offenders with minor children: HB 3045, SHB 3045, 2SHB 3045, SB 6639, * SSB 6639, CH 224 (2010)
Parole, arresting or charging of offenders on parole with a new felony offense: SB 6548, * SSB 6548, CH 258 (2010)
Persistent offenders, resentencing hearing required if offender classified as persistent based on conviction for robbery in the second degree: SB 5292
Police communication, facilitation of a crime through interception of: HB 2595
Predatory, definition of: HB 2571, ESHB 2571
Pretrial release or detention, assuring safety of another person or community in the case of: HB 3056, SB 6779, SB 6787, SB 6882
Pro se defendants in criminal cases, questioning of victims of sex offenses by: HB 2457, SHB 2457
Probation, arresting or charging of offenders on probation with a new felony offense: SB 6548, * SSB 6548, CH 258 (2010)
Prostitution-related offenses, impoundment of conveyances used in: HB 1362, SB 5934, SSB 5934
Prostitution-related offenses, impoundment of vehicles used in: * ESHB 1362, CH 387 (2009)
Psychiatric security review board, supervision of persons acquitted by reason of insanity by: SB 6549
Registered sex and kidnapping offenders, petitions for relief from duty to register: HB 2945
Registered sex and kidnapping offenders, program to verify address and residency of: HB 2534, * SHB 2534, CH 265 (2010), SB 6360, SSB 6360
Registered sex and kidnapping offenders, sex offender policy board to make recommendations concerning submission of information regarding offender e-mail addresses: * ESHB 2035, CH 532 (2009)
Registered sex and kidnapping offenders, submission of information regarding their e-mail addresses and web sites: HB 2035
Registration, juvenile sex or kidnapping offender relief of duty to register: HB 1259, SB 5326
Registration, state patrol annual notification of juvenile sex or kidnapping offenders of ability to petition for relief from registration: * SSB 5326, CH 210 (2009)
Release dates for offenders, department approval of jail certification from a correctional agency calculating earned release time: * HB 1789, CH 399 (2009)
Release dates for offenders, department to rely on jail certification to determine presentence earned release time: SB 5701
Release from state institutions, earned release time and provision of rental vouchers for certain offenders: * SB 5525, CH 455 (2009) PV
Right to vote, conditions for restoration for convicted felons: * HB 1517, CH 325 (2009), SHB 1517, SB 5534
Risk assessments, extending authority to supervise offenders based on: SB 5291
Search and arrest of offenders, authority provisions: HB 1792, * ESHB 1792, CH 390 (2009), SB 5700, SSB 5700
Seizure under uniform controlled substances act, service of notice from law enforcement agencies: SB 5160, * SSB 5160, CH 364 (2009)
Sex offenders, residence location and electronic monitoring after release into community: HB 1277
Sex offenses and kidnapping, improving administration and efficiency of registration: * SSB 6414, CH 267 (2010)
Sex offenses, offender registration provisions: SB 6414, * SSB 6414, CH 267 (2010)
Slayer statute, revision to exclude persons acquitted by reason of insanity from benefitting from unlawful killing: HB 3110, SB 6309, SSB 6309
Supervision of offenders, state's participation in interstate compact for adult offender supervision: SHB 2624, * SSB 6548, CH 258 (2010)
Supervision of offenders, temporary suspension of state's participation in interstate compact for adult offender supervision: HB 2624
Surrender of persons found not guilty by reason of insanity, governor's authority in connection with: * SHB 2533, CH 208 (2010)
Threat, definition of: HB 2572
Tolling for term of confinement or supervision, provisions: HB 3044
Traumatic brain injuries, mental health court provisions for offenders with: HB 2865, SHB 2865
Unemployment compensation, disqualification from benefits after absence from work due to incarceration: HB 1305
Vulnerable persons discharged from state institutions, plans for eliminating discharge into homelessness: HB 1488, SHB 1488
Work release, crime victims to submit input: * HB 1076, CH 69 (2009), SB 5438
Wrongful conviction and imprisonment, payment of claims for: HB 2864