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               (See also CIVIL PROCEDURE; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE)
Abuse, commercial, of a minor, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Abuse, commercial, of a minor, promoting travel for, definitions, statute of limitations: * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Abuse, commercial, of a minor, promoting travel for, statute of limitations: EHB 1078
Abuse, commercial, of a minor, promoting, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Abuse, sexual, of K-12 students, Erin's law legislative task force, establishing: HB 1539
Assault, final protection orders, renewing or making permanent, when: HB 1384, SHB 1384, SB 5256, * ESSB 5256, CH 233 (2017)
Assault, pregnant victim, parental rights and child support court process: * SHB 1543, CH 234 (2017)
Assault, pregnant victim, parenting plans and consent for adoption: * SHB 1543, CH 234 (2017)
Assault, protection orders, involving firearms, modifying or terminating, when: SHB 1384, * ESSB 5256, CH 233 (2017)
Assault, protection orders, modifying or terminating, when: SHB 1384, * ESSB 5256, CH 233 (2017)
Assault, school district duty to protect students from, when: SB 5505
Assault, sexual assault examinations, facility reimbursement for, conditions: HB 2102
Assault, sexual assault kit initiative pilot project, creating: HB 1109
Assault, sexual assault kit initiative project, establishing: * ESHB 1109, CH 290 (2017)
Assault, sexual assault nurse examiner training and mobile team best practices: HB 2101
Assault, sexual assault survivor's advocate, consulting with: SB 5686
Assault, survivors' bill of rights when examined or interviewed: SB 5686
Assault, workplace, nondisclosure requirement, prohibiting: SB 5996
Commercially sexually exploited children statewide coordinating committee, extending: * HB 1832, CH 18 (2017)
Commercially sexually exploited children statewide coordinating committee, reporting by: * HB 1832, CH 18 (2017)
Community custody, for violent or sex offense, when: SB 5904
Depictions of minors, explicit, possessing or bringing into state, 2nd degree: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
DNA sample, collection in sex offenses or felony violent cases, when: HB 1111, SHB 1111
DNA sample, collection, when judicial probable cause determination, procedures: HB 1138
DNA samples, collection when offender convicted of indecent exposure: HB 1111, SHB 1111
Exploitation of children, special inquiry judge subpoena authority: * EHB 1728, CH 114 (2017)
Exploitation of children, via child pornography, funding for combating: HB 2072
Felony sex offenses, forfeiture of private property, guilty finding for: HB 1016
Harassment, workplace, nondisclosure requirement, prohibiting: SB 5996
Human trafficking, aiding victims with sexually oriented business fee: HB 1109
Human trafficking, convictions for prostitution offenses by victims, vacating: HB 1112, SHB 1112, SB 5272, * SSB 5272, CH 128 (2017)
Human trafficking, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Human trafficking, in persons, services for child victims of: HB 1791
Human trafficking, no-contact orders: HB 1079, * SHB 1079, CH 230 (2017), SB 5029, SSB 5029
Human trafficking, noncitizen victim U and T certifications: HB 1022, SHB 1022
Human trafficking, noncitizen victims and family members, public assistance for: SB 5818
Human trafficking, perpetrator ignorance of victim's age, not a defense: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
Human trafficking, services for child victims of: HB 1791
Human trafficking, state task force against trafficking of persons, duties: * SHB 1988, CH 279 (2017), SSB 5559, 2SSB 5559
Indecent exposure, DNA sample collection when offender convicted of: HB 1111, SHB 1111
Juvenile special sex offender disposition alternative treatment courts, establishing: SB 5695
Juvenile treatment courts, establishing: SB 5695
Molestation, of child, seriousness levels, modifying: SB 5904, SB 5934
Offenses, forfeiture of property, using proceeds for school funding: HB 2136
Prostitute, patronizing a, in multiple locations when communicating to arrange: HB 1184, * SHB 1184, CH 232 (2017), SB 5184, SSB 5184
Prostitution offenses, convictions for, by victims of certain crimes, vacating, when: HB 1112, SHB 1112, SB 5272, * SSB 5272, CH 128 (2017)
Prostitution, promoting, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Prostitution, promoting, no-contact orders: HB 1079, * SHB 1079, CH 230 (2017), SB 5029, SSB 5029
Rape of a child, seriousness levels, modifying: SB 5904, SB 5934
Rape, aggravated first and second degree, of a law enforcement officer: HB 1668
Rape, first degree, seriousness level, increasing: HB 2024
Rape, pregnant survivor, court aid to avoid parenting interactions with rapist: HB 1543, SB 5321
Registered offenders, level 1 sex or kidnapping, petitioning for relief, when: SSB 5578
Registered offenders, out-of-state moving into state, notifying in-state victims of: SB 5430, SSB 5430
Registered offenders, release of information, provisions: SB 5578, SSB 5578
Registration as sex or kidnapping offender, palmprint option with fingerprints: * HB 1965, CH 174 (2017), SB 5730
Registration as sex or kidnapping offender, petition for relief from, notice to victim: SB 5083, * SSB 5083, CH 86 (2017)
Sexual assault and domestic violence, awareness training course, for licensing of cosmetologists, etc.: SHB 1163
Sexual violence crime fee, to fund crime investigations and aid victims: SB 5830
Sexual violence, at colleges, student offenders, notation on records of: SB 5764
Sexual violence, at colleges, survivor-advocate records, confidentiality: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Sexual violence, at colleges, task force on preventing, recommendations of: SB 5764, * SSB 5764, CH 72 (2017)
Sexually oriented crime fee account, Washington, creating: SB 5830
Sexually violent predator status, removing juvenile adjudications from: SB 5693
Sexually violent predators, reviewing for release or placement: HB 2271
Statute of limitations, for felony sex offenses, eliminating: HB 1155, SHB 1155
Treatment placement, for incarcerated offenders, based on risk of reoffending: * HB 1754, CH 144 (2017)
Voyeurism, first and second degrees, private investigator defense to: HB 1200
Voyeurism, first degree, felony: HB 1200, * SHB 1200, CH 292 (2017)
Voyeurism, second degree, creating crime of, as gross misdemeanor: HB 1200, * SHB 1200, CH 292 (2017)
Youth recreational organizations, sexual assault and misconduct, safety policy: HB 1784