SECOND REGULAR SESSION
HOUSE BILL NO. 1190
96TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
INTRODUCED BY REPRESENTATIVES ALLEN (Sponsor), KOENIG, LICHTENEGGER, RICHARDSON, HOUGHTON AND FLANIGAN (Co-sponsors).
4653L.01I D. ADAM CRUMBLISS, Chief Clerk
To repeal sections 66.200, 66.210, 66.220, 66.230, and 66.240, RSMo, relating to police records.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of Missouri, as follows:
Section A. Sections 66.200, 66.210, 66.220, 66.230, and 66.240, RSMo, are repealed.
[66.200. The official responsible for law enforcement in any municipality in a first class county having a charter form of government shall cause an exact copy of all the police records of the municipality pertaining to all violations constituting felonies or misdemeanors punishable by a jail sentence except traffic violations which arose after January 1, 1960, to be delivered to the official or agency responsible for law enforcement in the unincorporated areas of the county within six months after October 13, 1963. After copies of all existing police records have been delivered to the county officer or agency, exact copies of subsequent municipal police records pertaining to such violations shall be transmitted to the county authority immediately after the information is obtained by the municipal police and all records of the county agency shall be available to the municipal police. Final disposition of the violations shall be transmitted to the county agency.]
[66.210. Any officer who willfully fails to perform any of the duties imposed by section 66.200 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.]
[66.220. The superintendent of the state highway patrol shall cause copies of appropriate records of the patrol pertaining to the violations set out in section 66.200 which occur in the county after October 13, 1963, to be transmitted to the officer or agency responsible for law enforcement in the unincorporated areas of any first class county having a charter form of government, and the state highway patrol shall have access to all records of the county.]
[66.230. All the records required to be transmitted by sections 66.200 and 66.220 shall be transmitted and kept on forms approved and supplied by the county agency.]
[66.240. If the county agency, by contract or by any other means, forwards police records to any other agency or record center not located in the county, then the municipal police and state highway patrol shall forward its police records which are required to be transmitted to the central agency. The municipal police and state highway patrol shall have full access to all information pertaining to all the records at the central agency located out of the county.]