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Accountability and community input, model policies for: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Agencies, law enforcement accreditation project, establishing: HB 1769
Airport police, airplane passenger removal role of, restricting, when: HB 2211
Arrest warrant, person with, on public agency property, notifying law enforcement: SB 5218
Arrested persons, optional law enforcement recording of palmprints of: SB 5730
Biometric identifiers, attaining and using by agency, requirements and prohibitions: * SHB 1717, CH 306 (2017), * HB 2213, CH 1 (2017)
Biometric identifiers, excluding DNA and fingerprints from requirements for, when: * HB 2213, CH 1 (2017)
Blood samples, collection by forensic phlebotomists or certain professionals, when: * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), SB 5186, SSB 5186
Camping, unlawful, by homeless, law enforcement response: SB 5656, SB 5864
Community and technical colleges, police forces for: SB 6119
Community engagement programs, grant program for establishing: HB 1769
Community policing, at western and eastern state hospitals: HB 1370, SB 5159
Crime victim services, providing victim or survivor with information at scene: HB 1759, SHB 1759
Criminally insane, release of, notification of law enforcement: HB 2289
Crisis intervention response team pilot project, behavioral health, creating: HB 2234, SB 5970
Deadly force, agency policies, investigations, and reporting requirements: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Deadly force, in community policing, joint legislative task force, recommendations: HB 1529, HB 1769, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Deadly force, law enforcement and/or corrections officer standards for use of: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Deadly force, law enforcement officer good faith standard for use of, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Deadly force, peace officer and public officer standards for use of: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Disability, person with, at emergency scene, first responder awareness: HB 1258
Disability, person with, at emergency scene, officer training and awareness: * SHB 1258, CH 295 (2017)
Diversity in law enforcement, how to increase, studying: HB 1769
Dogs, police dogs and accelerant detection dogs, harming, class B felony, when: SB 5771
Domestic violence, ex parte temporary orders, officer role: HB 2542
Emergency responders, their occupation as, malicious harassment because of: HB 1693
Employee names and contact information, records request for, procedures, when: SB 5326
Firearm purchase and transfer applications, denial when ineligible, provisions: HB 1501, * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
Firearms, dealer deliveries to officers, requirements: HB 1592
First aid, officer training in and rendering of, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
First responders killed in line of duty, spouses of, property tax exemption: SB 5104, SSB 5104, SB 6300
First responders, building mapping system for, to include school buildings: HB 1982
First responders, notifying schools of evacuation or lockdown, requirements: HB 1982
Fish and wildlife officers, authority to remove feral wolf-dog hybrids: HB 2247
Funding for programs and agencies, from public safety enhancement account: HB 1769
Gambling commission enforcement officers, authority of, civil liability immunity: * HB 1475, CH 111 (2017), SB 5582
Hate crimes, against emergency responders and firefighters due to occupation: HB 1693
Hate crimes, against officers due to occupation: HB 1398, ESB 5280
Hiring and continuing employment, lawful permanent residents, eligibility of: HB 1182, SB 5389, SB 6145
Homicide, justifiable, law enforcement and/or corrections officer standards for: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Homicide, justifiable, law enforcement officer use of deadly force, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Homicide, justifiable, peace officer and public officer standards for: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Horses, police, harming, class B felony, when: SB 5771
Hunter education training program, firearm skills in, officer exemption, when: HB 1944, * SHB 1944, CH 255 (2017)
Initiative 940, law enforcement training and community safety act: SI 940, HI 940
Inquests, by coroner, death resulting from interaction with law enforcement: SB 5769, SSB 5769
Juvenile, 16 or 17, assaulting family or household member, arresting: SB 5618, * SSB 5618, CH 223 (2017)
Law enforcement training and community safety act, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
License plate recognition systems, automated, law enforcement use: HB 1909, SHB 1909
Limited authority officers, privileged communications with peer support counselors: HB 2611
Liquor enforcement officers, powers of, expanding: SB 5132, SSB 5132
Livestock impounding, role of sheriff: HB 1315, SHB 1315
Medicaid fraud control unit, as enforcement agency: HB 2273, SB 6051
Mental health training for officers, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Municipal police districts, including commissions, creation and management: HB 2552
Officer, aggravated first and second degree rape of: HB 1668
Officer, aggravated first degree kidnapping of: HB 1668
Officer, aggravated second degree murder of: HB 1668
Officer, as emergency responder, assault in third degree of: HB 1693
Officer, as emergency responder, malicious harassment of: HB 1693
Officer, assault in first, second, and third degree of: HB 1668
Officer, assault in third degree of: HB 1398, ESB 5280
Officer, malicious harassment of: HB 1398, HB 1668, ESB 5280
Officers, limited authority, privileged communications with peer support counselors: HB 2611
Officers, occupational disease claims, for mental conditions and disabilities: SHB 1655
Officers, occupational disease presumptions for workers' compensation: HB 1655, HB 2633, SB 5477, SB 6213, SB 6214
Officers, posttraumatic stress disorder, occupational disease presumption: HB 1655, SB 6214
Officers, Steve Redmond, of Spokane police department, honoring: * HR 4628 (2017)
Peace officers, on prosecutor impeachment list, punishment due to, prohibiting: HB 2532, SB 6188
Police chief Michael Knapp, Ferndale police department, honoring: * HR 4634 (2017)
Police officers at colleges, collective bargaining, binding interest arbitration: HB 1559
Police vehicle, attempting to elude, "pursuing police vehicle" definition: HB 1844
Police vehicle, attempting to elude, seriousness level: HB 1642, HB 1821
Public safety enhancement account, creating: HB 1769
Religious beliefs, law enforcement actions based on, prohibitions: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Safe streets pilot project, creating to foster community engagement: HB 1557, SHB 1557, SB 5650
Sensing devices, extraordinary, law enforcement use: HB 1102
Sexual assault kit forensic analysis, requests by law enforcement: HB 2353, HB 2648
Sexual assault survivors, when examined or interviewed, bill of rights: SB 5686
Sexual assault, notifying victim of kit analysis, investigator education for: HB 2353, HB 2648
Sexual violence crime fee, to fund crime investigations and aid victims: SB 5830
Sheriff's office, Pierce county, deputy Daniel McCartney, honoring: * HR 4654 (2018), SR 8684
Sheriff's office, Snohomish county, Pat Stack, honoring: * HR 4636 (2017)
Sheriffs, financial affairs statement, requirements: HB 1833
State patrol, animal abuse offender registry, WSP to maintain: SB 5804
State patrol, firearm purchase/transfer application denials, database, investigations: HB 1501, * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
State patrol, forfeited firearms, option to destroy: HB 1483
State patrol, officer salaries, competitive: SB 5373
State patrol, recruiting and retaining officers, including accounts to fund: SB 5373
State patrol, surplus public property, transfer, lease, or disposal for public benefit: HB 2382
State patrol, surplus real property for affordable housing, inventory, WSP role: HB 2382
State patrol, trooper and sergeant salaries, competitive: HB 2692, SB 6149
Students, interviewing or interrogating, school district policy/procedures adoption: SB 6065
Training, enhanced leadership, commissioned officers, and crisis intervention: HB 1769
Trespassers, removal from premises by officer, when: HB 1305, SHB 1305, SB 5388, * ESSB 5388, CH 284 (2017)
Unclaimed property, law enforcement donation to museum or historical society: HB 2374
Violence de-escalation training for officers, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Violent encounters, officers with public, training to reduce: SB 5429