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SB 5016
DocsAnimal control/firearmsS Law & Justice1/14/2019Van De Wege
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SB 5027
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Extreme risk protect. orders
S Law & Justice1/14/2019Frockt
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SB 5029
Docsf#Law enforcementS Law & Justice1/14/2019Dhingra
HB 1073(H Prefiled)
Prohibits a person from knowingly or recklessly allowing, facilitating, aiding, or abetting the manufacture or assembly of an undetectable firearm or untraceable firearm. Prohibits a person from discharging, or menacing or threatening another person, in the commission or furtherance of a felony, with an undetectable firearm or untraceable firearm. Declares undetectable firearms and untraceable firearms as contraband and subjects them to seizure.
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SB 5050
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Body armor sentencing enhan.
S Law & Justice1/14/2019Kuderer
HB 1068(H Prefiled)
Prohibits a person from manufacturing, possessing, distributing, importing, transferring, selling, offering to sell, or purchasing a large capacity magazine. Defines "large capacity magazine" as an ammunition feeding device with the capacity to accept more than ten rounds of ammunition.
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SB 5052
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School resource officers
S EL/K-121/14/2019SheldonThe department must designate and manage recreational target shooting areas on applicable department-managed lands consistent with the multiple use provisions of RCW 79.10.110.
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SB 5061
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Undetectable firearms
S Prefiled12/31/2018Frockt
HB 1064(H Public Safety)
Requires the criminal justice training commission, when
developing curricula, to consider inclusion of alternatives
to the use of physical or deadly force so that de-escalation
tactics and less lethal alternatives are part of the
decision-making process leading up to the consideration of
deadly force.
Establishes a state policy that requires law enforcement
personnel to provide or facilitate first aid that is rendered
at the earliest safe opportunity to injured persons at a
scene controlled by law enforcement.
Requires an independent investigation to be completed to
inform a determination of whether the use of deadly force met
the good faith standard and satisfied other applicable laws
and policies, except as required by federal consent decree,
federal settlement agreement, or federal court order, where
the use of deadly force by a peace officer results in death,
substantial bodily harm, or great bodily harm.
Requires a law enforcement agency to notify the
governor's office of Indian affairs when a law enforcement
officer's application of force results in the death of a
person who is an enrolled member of a federally recognized
Indian tribe.
Requires the state to reimburse a peace officer, for all
reasonable costs and expenses involved in his or her defense,
if the officer is charged with a crime but found not guilty,
or charges are dismissed by reason of justifiable homicide,
use of deadly force, or self-defense.
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SB 5062
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High capacity magazines
S Prefiled12/31/2018O'Ban
Establishes the deputy Daniel McCartney act.
Requires a firearm enhancement to be twice the amount of
the listed enhancement, or a minimum of five years, whichever
is greater, if an offender is being sentenced for certain
firearm enhancements and the offender or accomplice was in
possession of body armor at the time of the offense.
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SB 5072
Docs
Extreme risk protect. orders
S Law & Justice1/14/2019O'Ban
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SB 5099
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Rec. target shooting areas
S Prefiled1/8/2019O'Ban
Requires the criminal justice training commission, in
collaboration with the office of the superintendent of public
instruction school safety center, to develop training for
school resource officers.
Requires the Washington association of sheriffs and
police chiefs to: (1) In collaboration with the Washington
state school directors' association, develop and publish a
model agreement for school resource officer programs for use
by school districts and law enforcement agencies; and
(2) Establish and implement a grant program to fund
school resource officers.
Requires school districts that have a school resource
officer program to adopt an agreement with the employing
police department or sheriff's office, that incorporates the
model agreement, within thirty days of the start of a
program.
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SB 5143
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Domestic violence/firearms
S Law & Justice1/14/2019Dhingra
(3)(a) A peace officer who responds to a domestic
2 violence call and has probable cause to believe that a crime has been
3 committed shall seize all firearms and ammunition the peace officer
4 has reasonable grounds to believe were used or threatened to be used
5 in the commission of the offense and may seize all firearms and
6 ammunition in plain sight or discovered pursuant to a consensual or
7 other lawful search.
8 (b) A law enforcement agency shall comply with the provisions of
9 RCW 9.41.340 and 9.41.345 before the return of any firearm or
10 ammunition seized under this subsection to the owner or individual
11 from who the firearm or ammunition was obtained.
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SB 5148
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Hunting/visible clothing
S Ag/Water/Natura1/14/2019Wilson, L.
For the purpose of hunter safety, the commission must adopt
7 rules determining the times and manner when a person hunting must
8 wear fluorescent orange or fluorescent pink clothing. Wearing
9 fluorescent orange or fluorescent pink clothing means wearing a
10 minimum of four hundred square inches of fluorescent orange or
11 fluorescent pink exterior clothing above the waist that is visible
from all sides.
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SB 5150
DocsComm. college securityS Higher Ed & Wo1/14/2019Wilson, L.
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SB 5172
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Firearm training/legislators
S State Govt/Trib1/15/2019Fortunato
Any legislator who wishes to introduce a bill pertaining to a
7 firearm must be able to produce proof, upon request, that he or she
has completed the following training requirements:8
9 (1) The criminal justice training commission firearm certificate
10 program commensurate with that required for private detectives and
11 security guards pursuant to RCW 43.101.250 and 43.101.260 for each
firearm they wish to regulate;12
(2) Range safety officer training; and13
14 (3) A basic knowledge test of calibers and gauges of firearms.
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SB 5174
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Concealed pistol training
S Law & Justice1/15/2019Palumbo
Requires Training in order to obtain a concealed pistol license
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SB 5181
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Invol. treatment procedures
S Law & Justice1/15/2019Kuderer
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SB 5205
DocsIncomp. for trial/firearmsS Law & Justice1/16/2019Dhingra
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SB 5340
DocsdAssault weapons banS Law & Justice1/17/2019Kuderer
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