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StateState AcronymBill NameDescriptionAssociated Documents 1Associated Documents 2Associated Documents 3NPAP Bill WebpageNPAP 2022 Issue AreaBill TextNPAP Stance
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AlabamaALHB 2Expands definitinon of riot to include remaining after an order to disperse and provides for mandatory period of incarceration; preempts defunding the policeAL HB 2 TestimonyBill text of AL HB 2Oppose
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FloridaFLHB 11Criminalizes filiming police officersBill text of FL HB 11Oppose
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MissouriMOSJR 38Preempts municiaplities from reducing police budgetsBill text of MO SJR 38Oppose
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VirginiaVAHB 70Amends VA's LEOBOR so that the bill's protections preempt and supersede the powers of local civilian oversight boardLaw Enforcement Officer Bill of Rights (LEOBR)Bill text of VA HB 70Oppose
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WashingtonWAHB 1588Permits vehicular pursuit when there is reasonable suspicion a person has violated the law and the officer follows appropriate safety standardsUse of forceBill text of WA HB 1588Oppose
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WashingtonWAHB 1589Rolls back HB 1310Use of forceBill text of WA HB 1589Oppose
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WashingtonWAHB 1726Permits the use of force where there is reasonable suspicion that a person has committed an offense.Use of forceBill text of WA HB 1726Oppose
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West VirginiaWVHB 2865Creates LEOBOR that vests officers with rights to interrogation, disciplinary hearings, complaint expungementsLaw Enforcement Officer Bill of Rights (LEOBR)Bill text of WV HB 2865Oppose
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WisconsinWIAB 834 / SB 874Codifies Richards v. Wisconsin standard for executing no-knock warrants; preempts city, sheriffs, etc. from limiting no-knock warrantsWI SB 874 Testimony--WI SB 874 / AB 834 WebpageUse of forceBill text of WI AB 834 / SB 874Oppose
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IllinoisILHB 5567Limits hours when no-knock warrant can be served; prohibits handcuffing or pointing gun at children; requires public disclosure of negative warrants; requires warrant application be supported by more than informantUse of forceBill text of IL HB 5567Support
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LouisianaLAHB 745Permanent retention of disciplinary files, whistleblower protection----TransparencyBill text of LA HB 745Support
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LouisianaLASB 75Constitutional amendment to require Senate confirmation of state commission membership----Bill text of LA SB 75Support
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MarylandMDHB 1012Specifying that a police officer who subjects or causes to be subjected any individual to the deprivation of certain rights under the Maryland Constitution or the U.S. Constitution is liable for certain damages; establishing that a police officer is not immune from civil or criminal liability for violations of another individual's constitutional rights; requiring the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission to review certain cases brought under the ActMD HB 1012 Testimony---Qualified immunityBill text of MD HB 1012Support
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MassachusettsMAH 1479Creates civil cause of action against public entities and public officials and eliminates QI.---MA H 1479 WebpageQualified immunityBill text of MA H 1479Support
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NebraskaNELB 882Requires permanent retention of misconduct records. City and county attorneys required to maintain Giglio and Brady listsNE LB 882 Testimony--NE LB 882 WebpageTransparencyBill text of NE LB 882Support
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New JerseyNJA3848 / S2811Requires school report card to include information concerning number of mental health professional and school safety specialists employed by each shoold districtBill text of NJ A3848 / S2811Support
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New YorkNYS 5248This bill requires police department chiefs, county sheriffs, and the superintendent of state police to regularly report to the Division Of
Criminal Justice Services instances in which a police or peace officer
is brought up for potential disciplinary action
TransparencyBill text of NY S 5248Support
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VirginiaVAHB 493Requires the release of law-enforcement disciplinary records related to completed disciplinary investigations.TransparencyBill text of VA HB 493Support
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WashingtonWAHB 1202The Peace Officer Accountability Act, allows individuals to sue for violations of state constituitonal rights. Eliminates defense of qualified immunityWA HB 1202 Testimony--WA HB 1202 WebpageQualified immunityBill text of WA HB 1202Support
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New JerseyNJS 2656Expands open records act to include civilian complaints and internal affairs complaintsTransparencyBill text of NJ S 2656Support
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IllinoisILHB 1727Provides that a peace officer subjecting another person to the deprivation of individual rights is liable to the person for appropriate relief. Eliminates QI. 5 year SOL.Qualified immunityBill text of IL HB 1727Support
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New JerseyNJA6124 / S4046Eliminates QI and soverign immunity for suits under NJCRA.Qualified immunityBill text of NJ A 6124 / S 4046Support
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New YorkNYS1991 / A4331Creates civil cause of action against public entities and public officials and eliminates QI.NY S1991 / A4331 Testimony--NY S1991 / A4331 WebpageQualified immunityBill text of NY S1991Support
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AlabamaALHB 5Bans chokehold, limits use of force in certain situation, state use of force complaint system, public access to bodycam footage.Use of forceBill text of AL HB 5Watch
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ArizonaAZHB 2006Prohibits department of corrections from contracting with private corporation for health care servicesBill text of AZ HB 2006Watch
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ArizonaAZHB 2254Makes LEOBOR floor for police officer rights and permit municipalities to enhance and expand rightsLaw Enforcement Officer Bill of Rights (LEOBR)Bill text of AZ HB 2254Watch
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ArizonaAZSB 1033Anti-riot legislaiton that enhances criminal consequences for crimes committed in the course of a "riot"; creates civil liability for cities that inadequately respond to protests that result in property damage.Bill text of AZ SB 1033Watch
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CaliforniaCASB 325Gang database, adding an attorney with experience contesting gang designation to DOJ committee reviewing databaseBill text of CA SB 325Watch
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FloridaFLH 0773Exempts geolocation data from public disclosure under open records actTransparencyBill text of FL H 0773Watch
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FloridaFLSB 206Ending solitary confinementBill text of FL SB 206Watch
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HawaiiHIHB 886Clarifies that the State shall be exclusively liable for claims for injury or loss of property, or personal injury or death, resulting from the negligent or wrongful act or omission of any professionally licensed or certified employee of the State while acting within the course and scope of the employee's office or employment.Qualified immunityBill text of HI HB 886Watch
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IllinoisILHB 4240Provides that all public safety answering point telecommunicators and public safety telecommunicator supervisors shall complete (training for interviewing 9-1-1 callers without unintentionally leading 9-1-1 callers to distort actual emergency situations.Bill text of IL HB 4240Watch
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MarylandMDHB 532Requires preapproval for a no-knock warrant application by writing police supervisor or state's attorney. Need to detail reasonable suspicion of threat to officer; can only execute 8am-7pmUse of forceBill text of MD HB 532Watch
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MarylandMDSB 47Police officers convicted of the crime forefeit pension and benefitsBill text of MD SB 47Watch
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MarylandMDCounselors Not Cops-bans schools from contracting with law enforcement agencies to station law enforcement officers on campusWatch
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MassachusettsMAS 1573Sancturary policy limiting police communication with DHSBill text of MA S 1573Watch
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MinnesotaMNHF 3398Limits execution of no-knock warrants between 7am and 8pm; uniform warrant application form by commissioner of public safety; clear and convincing evidence standard of imminient risk for court to order warrant' no warrant issued if person in house has disability; mandatory reporting of warrants execution; license suspension if a police officer knowingly provides info to obtain a no-nockMN HF 2298 TestimonyMN HF 3398 WebpageUse of forceBill text of MN HF 3398Watch
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MIssissippiMSHB 24Expands definitinon of riot to include remaining after an order to disperse and provides for mandatory period of incarceration; preempts defunding the policeBill text of MS HB 24Watch
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MissouriMOHB 1826Creates indepedent board to review officer involved deaths.Bill text of MO HB 1826Watch
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MissouriMOHB 1850Eliminates qualified immunity for actions against peace officers and requires idemnificationQualified immunityBill text of MO HB 1850Watch
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MissouriMOSB 795Eliminates civil and criminal immunity for illegal uses of force; establishes mandatory deescalation prior to use of force; bans chokeholds for arrests; creates new deadly force standard.Qualified immunity ; Use of forceBill text of MO SB 795Watch
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New HampshireNHHB 1025Criminalizes standing near or "provoking" a police officerBill text of NH HB 1025Watch
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New JerseyNJA1006 / S375Eliminates statutory QI and soverign immunity for excessive force and false imprisonmentQualified immunityBill text of NJ A 1006 / S 375Watch
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New JerseyNJSB 4180Female Inmate Protection Act, providing for gender and pregnancy accomodationsBill text of NJ SB 4180Watch
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PennsylvaniaPAHB 2129Prohibits law enforcement use of chemcial weaponsUse of forceBill text of PA HB 2129Watch
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South CarolinaSCH 4542Prohibit law enforcement from acquiring military style equipment from federal governmentUse of forceBill text of SC H 4542Watch
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South CarolinaSCH 4593Requiring taser training as part of curriculum at training academyUse of forceBill text of SC H 4593Watch
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South CarolinaSCH 4595Requiring law enforcement agencies to contract with licensed mental health providersUse of forceBill text of SC H 4595Watch
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VermontVTS 250Requires the Office of Legislative Council to draft report on QI to the Judiciary Committee ---VT S 250 WebpageQualified immunityBill text of VT S 250Watch
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VirginiaVAHB 1000Requires law enforcement officer on civilian review boardBill text of VA HB 1000Watch
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West VirginiaWVHB 3027IJ's PECRAQualified immunityBill text of WV HB 3027Watch
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West VirginiaWVHB 3246IJ's PECRAQualified immunityBill text of WV Hb 3246Watch
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WisconsinWIH 746Requires disclosure of records that involve: discharge of firearms, sexual assault, sustained findings of excessive force, sustained findings of failure to intervene, sustained findings of dishonestyTransparencyBill text of WI H 746Watch
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WisconsinWISB 472Requires law enforcement agency has to report no-knock applications and DOJ has to create a report including number of warrants issuedUse of forceBill text of WI SB 472Watch
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ArizonaAZHB 2081Criminalizes filiming police officersBill text of AZ HB 2081Oppose
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FederalFEDHB 6877To establish limitations on the use of no-knock warrants, and for other purposes.Bill Text of HB 6877Support
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FederalFEDHR 1470/S 492End Qualified Immunity ActBill text of HR 1470 / S 492Support
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FederalFEDS 2103Accountability for Federal Law Enforcement ActBill text of S 2103Support
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FederalFEDTBABivens ActSupport
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HawaiiHIHB 666/SB 783Establishes a private cause of action for persons injured by the deprivation of rights under the United States Constitution or the Hawaii Constitution by law enforcement officers. Requires that employers of law enforcement officers indemnify officers for judgments or settlements arising from that cause of action over a certain amount. Requires political subdivisions of the State who employ law enforcement officers to publicly disclose a list of officers against whom a judgment or settlement is entered as well as the amount of the judgment or settlement and any disciplinary actions or criminal charges brought against the officer.Qualified immunityBill text of HI HB 666 / SB 783
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IllinoisILHB 5567IL HB 5567 Testimony----Bill text of IL HB 5567Support
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LouisianaLAHB 702Qualified immunity for excessive force----Qualified immunityBill text of LA HB 702Support
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VirginiaVAHB 660Removes provisions requiring that search warrants for the search of any place of abode be executed by initial entry of the abode only in the daytime hours between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.Use of forceBill text of VA HB 660Oppose
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VirginiaVAHB 736Rolls back Virginia's no-knock ban by expanding hours when no-knock can be executed, empowers magistrates to issue no-knock warrantUse of forceBill text of VA HB 736Oppose
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WashingtonWAHB 1726 / HB 2037WA HB 1726 TestimonyWA HB 2037 Testimony-WA HB 1726 / Hb 2037 WebpageUse of forceBill text of WA HB 1726Oppose
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