Legislative Session 2015

 

Municipal Fire & Police Legislation

 

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Bill ID

Author

Summary

Status

HB 8 Jack Montoucet POLICE/MUNICIPAL:  Provides relative to the powers granted to the chief of police for the city of Crowley

Act 86

HB 183 Dalton Honore LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Provides for the use of body cameras by law enforcement officers

Pending House Judiciary

Scheduled for May 14

HB 267 Mike Danahay POLICE/LOCAL:  Provides relative to the work schedule of certain employees of the Sulphur Police Department

Act 106

HB 392 Joseph Lopinto LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Creates a database for certain training and hiring information for all law enforcement officers

Sent to Governor

Scheduled for June 7

HB 424 Kenny Havard LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Provides with respect to cellular tracking devices

Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice

Scheduled for May 13

HB 456 Ledricka Thierry TELECOMMUNICATIONS:  Requires commercial mobile service providers and telecommunications carriers to disclose call location information to law enforcement agencies during emergency situations

Subject to call - Senate final passage

Scheduled for June 11

SB 114 Fred H. Mills, Jr. LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Provides for police service classification and discretionary standards of the deputy chief of police position in the city of St. Martinville. (8/1/15)

Subject to call - House final passage

Scheduled for June 11

SB 250 Ronnie Johns LAW ENFORCEMENT:  Creates a pilot program (Statewide Motor Vehicle Theft and Uninsured Motorists Identification Program) involving the use of license plate recognition devices for certain purposes. (8/1/15)

Conference Committee report read in House

Scheduled for June 11